Professor Michael Kidd has been appointed Executive Dean of the Faculty of Health Sciences at Flinders University for a five-year term.
Leading the Catholic community during the Second World War, extricating the Catholic Church from involvement in politics in the 1950s, and attending the Second Vatican Council from 1962 to 1965 were hallmarks of Matthew Beovich’s three-decade career as archbishop of Adelaide.
Strategies that treat food as an “energy source” may be unhelpful in countering obesity because they do not relate to the way most people think about eating, according to General Sir John Monash Scholarship winner and Flinders graduate, Amy McLennan.
South Australian production of biodiesel from microalgae is a step closer with the grant of $1.2 million to Flinders University and South Australian Research and Development Institute (SARDI).
Flinders University has signed a deal with biotechnology firm, Xenome Ltd, to license research that will assist in the development of drugs to arrest acute pancreatitis.
Flinders University’s environmental eye-in-the-sky will have even sharper vision thanks to the award of $450,000 of Australia Research Council infrastructure funding.
Thousands of female victims of domestic violence are being forced to choose between homelessness and returning to their abusive partners after seeking help, due to a severe lack of funding within the crisis support sector.
The long term sustainability of the Great Artesian Basin and its ability to provide water to future mining and pastoral developments, urban and rural communities, and the environment will be the focus of a $17 million research project involving Flinders University.
A new agreement between Flinders and Forensic Science South Australia has the potential to establish the State as a world leader in the field of forensic science research.