Astronomers produced this dramatic and highly-detailed image of the Crab Nebula, a supernova remnant, in August 2017. It was assembled by combining the data from five different telescopes spanning the nearly the full breadth of the electromagnetic spectrum: radio waves, infrared, visible light, ultraviolent and x-ray. Photo: NASA

Lift off! Flinders welcomes Space Agency

A wealth of expertise in engineering, novel fuels, computing, nanotechnology, communications technologies, entrepreneurship and even space archaeology will ensure Flinders University is a key supporter on […]

French opportunities gain momentum

Flinders’ French connections were strengthened with the signing of a new agreement on 23 November 2018, which expanded the University’s growing list of French academic partnerships […]

Flinders graduate outcomes on the rise: report

University qualifications are delivering value to graduates and the economy, with Flinders University graduates showing strong outcomes in employment and salaries, according to new Government data. […]

Exploring new research links in France

Six new grants will support research collaborations in France ranging from colonial exploration in the Pacific to an exchange of Flinders University expertise in groundwater management. […]

Innovation award for MND crusader

Mary-Louise Rogers’ quest to beat the scourge of Motor Neurone Disease has seen her named one of South Australia’s 2018 ‘Winnovation’ winners. Dr Rogers, who leads […]

Our international students lead in awards

A suite of Flinders University students has performed strongly in the 2018 StudyAdelaide International Student Awards, with Himal Kandel named International Student of the Year at […]

National boost for medical tech pipeline

South Australia’s Medical Device Partnering Program will expand to Victoria and further in 2019. National MDPP Director and founder, Flinders University College of Science and Engineering […]