All smiles as partners seal a deal for autonomous maritime vehicle research and development. Standing (L-R) Mr Loïg Chesnais-Girard, President, Regional Council of Brittany; the Hon. Steven Marshall, Premier of South Australia. Seated (L-R) Mr Pascal Pinot, Director, ENSTA Bretagne; Mr Hervé Guillou, Chairman and CEO of Naval Group; Professor Colin Stirling, President and Vice-Chancellor of Flinders University.

New partnership on autonomous vessels

Research in the fast emerging field of autonomous maritime vehicles will be significantly boosted under a new international collaboration between Australian and French academic institutions and […]

New ARC grants bolster diverse Flinders research

Finding solutions for better gut health, student learning capacities and water resources management, through to improving health services in remote Indigenous communities will be the focus […]

Defence Innovation Partnership to boost SA research

From developing artificial intelligence for Australia’s Future Submarines to determining whole-of-health diagnosis for defence vehicles, Flinders University researchers are at the forefront of innovative new defence […]

Review of child abuse systems in SA

Social work experts at Flinders will lead a major new review of South Australian child protection systems to tackle child abuse and neglect. The State Government […]

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 […]