New research into the genome of the world famous giant tortoise, Lonesome George, provides extraordinary insights into the species’ large size, ability to live up to […]
Nine outstanding Flinders University graduates across a wide spectrum of professions form an impressive group of enterprising and innovative thought-leaders to be acknowledged in the University’s […]
A national report launched in Canberra by the Aged Care Minister Ken Wyatt shows how rapid and continuous growth of new technologies is radically transforming the lives […]
Fascinating insights into South Australia’s Italian community – and Easter passion plays in the Philippines – are the subjects of new Flinders University publications.
A Flinders conference will address cultural and linguistic barriers that adversely affect access to legal, health and financial services for ageing migrants.
Researchers from across Australia will gather at Flinders, Victoria Square, on Monday 24 November for the 13th National Emerging Researchers in Ageing (ERA) Conference, 2014.
A forum explores the challenges for South Australia’s ageing population.
Older Greek migrants are relying on their families for support in preference to aged care services, research from Flinders University shows.
Having a husband in old age doesn’t necessarily make a woman happy, research from Flinders University reveals.