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MOOC tackles tricky topics

Dying2Learn is proving a popular new resource to help lift the shroud of concern and social stigma about the inevitable subject of death and dying. Developed […]

Low ranking for student behaviour model

Behaviour management in schools is fundamentally flawed, says Dr David Armstrong, a Flinders University expert in education psychology and learning difficulties. In a recent paper, Dr […]

How to spark a chemical chain reaction

Tailor-made protein drugs in the fight against cancer and other diseases are a step closer, with the Centre for NanoScale Science and Technology at Flinders playing […]

Allison MacFarlane speaking at ‘Women on Boards’, a panel discussion to mark International Women’s Day 2015. Vienna, Austria. Photo: Dean Calma / International Atomic Energy Agency.

Fulbright expert on nuclear energy

Nuclear waste disposal in Australia is on the radar of Allison Macfarlane, the new Fulbright Distinguished Chair in Applied Public Policy at Flinders University and Carnegie […]

Cool career paths for student passions

From software engineering to health nutrition and sport, Flinders University students are finding their entrepreneurial pathway with help from the University’s New Venture Institute. One example […]

When art and science collide

The social impact of technology and the different ways in which it permeates our consciousness is explored in a disarming new exhibition in the Flinders University […]

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Hunting superbugs in nursing homes

Protecting senior citizens in residential aged care at risk of antibiotic resistant bacteria is the aim of two new research projects in South Australia. The grants, […]

Childhood illnesses to benefit from new research

A breath-test for celiac disease, improved baby resuscitation and new approaches to lung infections, teen anxiety and mindfulness are among the Flinders University projects starting under […]