Autonomous (driverless) vehicles are steering new career pathways for South Australians, including for Flinders University student Alysse McDonald. The 20-year-old electronic engineering student has landed a […]
The German technology and security group Rheinmetall Defence has announced a partnership with Adelaide-based automotive suspension pioneers, Supashock, to develop next generation suspension systems for their […]
Flinders has signed a second deal in Italy to boost its shipbuilding and defence design ambitions.
The Teacher in Residence program at Flinders at Tonsley is giving senior secondary teachers valuable insights into study and career options.
Flinders University’s Medical Device Partnering Program (MDPP) will remain a driving force behind SA’s medical technologies industry, thanks to an extra $250,000 in State Government funding.
Laura Diment might look young, but behind her fresh face is a woman with a long history of success in the typically male-dominated domain of engineering.
The traditionally male-dominated disciplines of engineering, information technology (IT) and mathematics are igniting the interests of local Adelaide high school girls.
A novel device that enables children with a disability to play computer games has won its designer, Mr Max Hughes, the title of the 2014 Hills Young Australian Designer of the Year.
Flinders University’s Motorsports team is lean, mean and ready to make an impact at one of the most competitive motor races in Australia. Now all they need is a car.