A Flinders innovation which helps monitor some of the human body’s core functions could also make submarines run better.
Laura Diment might look young, but behind her fresh face is a woman with a long history of success in the typically male-dominated domain of engineering.
Professor John Arkwright and Associate Professor Phil Dinning have led a multi-disciplinary team to win the Sir William Hudson Award for developing a novel fibre-optic manometry catheter.
Flinders has strengthened its relationship with key institutions in Malaysia and Vietnam through the singing of Memoranda of Understanding (MoU) that allow for research collaborations, staff and student exchanges, and short courses.
International, interstate and local leaders in orthopaedics will converge on Flinders University Victoria Square this week to explore new ways to screen out poorly designed orthopaedic devices, including hip and knee replacements.
The ground-breaking work of Flinders University biomedical engineer, Professor Karen Reynolds, has been recognised with the award of South Australian Scientist of the Year for 2012.
Flinders biomedical engineer Professor Karen Reynolds has been named among Australia’s 100 most influential engineers by Engineers Australia magazine.
Understanding why some joint implants fail and others are successful is the key research focus of Flinders new Professor of Biomedical Engineering, Mark Taylor.
A record number of school-leavers have enrolled into Flinders University’s engineering programs this year.