A biofuel additive developed by Flinders University could significantly boost biofuel use in Australia following the product’s commercialisation by the University’s industry partners, Meat and Livestock Australia (MLA), Midfield Group and Food Processing Equipment (FPE).
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The future survival of the Port River’s popular dolphin population is dependent on gaining a detailed insight into the pod’s habitat and the measures needed to protect it, according to a Flinders University marine biologist.
The chances of functional and commercial success of assistive devices are greatly enhanced if the end users are involved in the design and development process from […]
Marine Innovation SA (MISA), a multi-partner research initiative founded to advance the State’s marine industries, was awarded the Constellation SA Award for Excellence in Collaborative Research […]
Flinders University’s academic teachers and general staff have again received multiple Citations from the Australian Learning and Teaching Council, awarded for Outstanding Contributions to Student Learning. […]
Flinders University’s contribution to solving crime in South Australia and beyond has been further strengthened with SA Government funding for an expanded forensic science program. Flinders […]
The potential for new, high technology industries to emerge in Adelaide’s southern areas will be enhanced with the official launch today of the Medical Device Partnering […]
Flinders University will provide the technology and research expertise in a major international collaboration that aims to improve the quality and use of Singapore’s stormwater.
More students will be able to study engineering with greater flexibility in South Australia thanks to a new partnership between Flinders University and the University of […]