A near-death experience in a Libyan hospital when he was five has helped shape the career of palliative care nurse Konrad Craig.
Flinders palaeontologist Dr Gavin Prideaux and PhD student, Matthew McDowell, have just returned from a preliminary survey of Kangaroo Island’s south-west with the beginnings of a potentially rich fossil bounty – courtesy of cavers, tourists and owls.
Earlier in October, Indonesian lecturer Dr Rosslyn von der Borch and a group of 18 undergraduates, Indonesian postgraduates, staff and their partners paid a three-day visit to Nhill in rural Victoria.
Sufferers of untreated sleep apnea were 25 times more likely to be involved in a motor vehicle accident than the general population, according to Flinders researcher, Mr Andrew Vakulin.
The National Centre for Groundwater Research and Training (NCGRT) has attracted the attention of researchers from around the world with the first advertising round generating a flood of applications for positions at the new Flinders centre.
Smells play an exaggerated role in the life of award-winning writer, Dave Luckett.
Josh Makepeace, who achieved nothing less than a High Distinction for all subjects in his science degree, has become Flinders University’s fourth Rhodes Scholar.
Flinders University’s capacity to train experts and provide the research required to tackle major environmental issues has been enhanced with the creation of a new School of the Environment.
A virtual reality tool, developed by Flinders University, is coming to the aid of older people with early onset dementia, improving their quality of life while giving their carers a little peace of mind.