A new production at Patch Theatre Company is incorporating Flinders University expertise in tips for children to roll with the punches and be the best they […]
Flinders University is excited to announce that three Flinders researchers have won a total of $1.2m in funding as part of the latest round of Australian […]
Brilliant scientists make extraordinary breakthroughs – but translating science into the real world takes a different set of skills and knowledge.
Flinders University will help establish a $16 million Science of Learning Research Centre to investigate the neuroscience of the human learning process.
Budding neuroscientist Emma Lawrance has just won a prestigious Clarendon Scholarship to study at Oxford.
Flinders University has launched a groundbreaking initiative that provides high school students a rare opportunity to investigate real-world issues using cutting-edge technologies.
Governments and the higher education sector must join forces to boost the qualifications of high school science teachers in South Australia, according to the authors of a Flinders University study that has revealed many teachers are not qualified to teach the subjects for which they are responsible.