Brilliant scientists make extraordinary breakthroughs – but translating science into the real world takes a different set of skills and knowledge.
Flinders Centre for Science Education in the 21st Century
Local business and budding entrepreneurs are invited to kickstart 2016 by joining the ‘business boot camp’ at the Tonsley innovation district for Flinders New Venture Month.
Adelaide astronaut Andy Thomas trained with the best in Russia, and among them were this year’s Flinders Investigator Lecture presenters Sergey Treshcheov and Alex Akulov.
Flinders University’s new Tonsley facility has been recognised as the best building of its type in Australia by the Master Builders Association of Australia.
The Swedish Ambassador to Australia, Pär Ahlberger, has visited Flinders University’s new Tonsley facility during his first trip to Adelaide.
Space archaeologist Dr Alice Gorman will present at in international heritage conference in Adelaide – ahead of the annual Flinders University Investigator Lecture in November.
Researchers, health practitioners and students from across Australia will gather at Flinders Tonsley precinct later today for the inaugural Virtually Healthy Colloquium hosted by Flinders University.
The growing innovation district at Tonsley will host this year’s Adelaide Mini Maker Faire on Sunday, bringing more than 100 exhibitors to the main assembly building area.
Matthew Flinders Distinguished Professor of Hydrogeology Craig Simmons is joining the joint US National Academies Roundtable on shale oil and gas issues.