A summit of foreign academic and industry leaders who met in China’s Great Hall of the People has expanded Flinders University’s engagement with China. Professor Rob […]
Fibre optic cables installed to the Flinders at Tonsley roof and a University building in China are conducting a novel kind of experiment. It has nothing to do with NBN […]
More than 500 Flinders students are today celebrating their graduation with postgraduate degrees in China as part of a unique international alliance with Nankai University. The Flinders-Nankai partnership […]
A School of Education teaching program has led to a range of research collaborations which are forging some strong links between Flinders and China.
Overseas study opportunities for Flinders University students will expand next year with New Colombo Plan funding for 13 new projects in the Indo-Pacific region.
Flinders anti-corruption crusader Professor Adam Graycar has opened research links with universities in Beijing.
Flinders students will be doing eye tests in Nepal and physio in Malawi next year, thanks to the award of $332,000 funding in Endeavour Mobility grants .
The analytics used to improve assembly lines may seem worlds apart from hospital beds, but the skills of engineers offer real opportunities to improve hospital flow and reduce waiting times.
About 600 to 700 operations for oesophageal cancer are performed in Australia each year. In China, 1,200 cases are treated in just one hospital per annum.