Older Australians will be more informed and better cared for at the end of their lives thanks to a new online resource launched in Canberra today. […]
One in ten Australian children miss school at least once a week, almost one in six have been bullied, and one in thirty goes to bed or school hungry nearly every day.
Flinders PhD student Jesse Barker Gale met Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull yesterday when he was one of just five South Australian PhD students to receive a 2016 Endeavour Postgraduate Scholarship.
Several Flinders University staff were among the inaugural fellows inducted into the new Australian Academy of Health and Medical Sciences (AAHMS),
A Flinders alumnus has won the highly prestigious 2014 Prime Minister’s Prize for Excellence in Science teaching in Primary schools.
It’s the most daunting legal theatre on Earth, a place where countries and states go head to head over points of international law, with the best lawyers in the world on centre stage.
Vice-Chancellor Professor Michael Barber says research is only one in a range of factors contributing to the process of innovation that universities need to foster.
More than 370 delegates from across Australia and New Zealand have converged on Canberra for the 2012 Primary Health Care Research Conference.