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A Flinders conference will address cultural and linguistic barriers that adversely affect access to legal, health and financial services for ageing migrants.
Up to 40 delegates from Flinders University will today embark on a group mission to enhance Flinders international research links with two top-tier Chinese universities.
Flinders is to receive $450,000 over three years from a major Chinese corporation to further the University’s research into the potential conversion of seaweed.