A Playford Trust PhD scholarship is giving Flinders scholar Robert Trott a big step forwards in his dream career goals in biomedical engineering. The double degree […]
Flinders becomes the newest member of the Joint Open Innovation Network (JOIN), a BAE Systems initiative to drive research, development and innovation of defence technologies.
Flinders at Tonsley has forged some new networking connections, this time with five New Zealand universities and NZ government officials after a study tour hosted by Cisco Australia.
Flinders is celebrating NAIDOC Week with a number of special events, including nation-building workshops in the Flinders Ranges.
The design of Flinders University’s first entry in the World Solar Challenge is well advanced.
The closure of Arrium could cost South Australia three quarters of a billion dollars and 5000 jobs, says a Flinders University analysis.
Flinders Rail Station is set to become a reality after an announcement by Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull at Flinders at Tonsley today.
An emergency mobile phone system developed at Flinders University has won a prestigious international award for post-disaster relief work in the Pacific.
In a fitting celebration of 50 years of inspiring achievement, Flinders University has been ranked 46 in the world’s top 150 universities under 50 by Times Higher Education.