Flinders University researchers will be buoyed by $472,908 in additional funding from the Channel 7 Children’s Research Foundation of SA for a range of new projects […]
Seven new Flinders University research projects have been funded by the Channel 7 Children’s Research Foundation. They include support for special studies to help homeless, at-risk, […]
Physical activity might be one of the first things to drop off the radar as adolescent girls move from primary to secondary school, a new study […]
A Flinders Uni and Novita Children’s Services study exploring the benefits of learning to use social networking sites for young people with physical disabilities has received national recognition.
The work of Flinders researchers has been recognised at the Australian Rehabilitation and Assistive Technology Association’s Soft Technology Awards.