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A wireless hand control device, for people with a disabilities such as cerebral palsy and arthritis, is being commercialised. The ‘i-boll’ has been licensed in an agreement […]
The World Health Organisation has invited a Flinders researcher to talk about his invention at a global forum in Geneva, Switzerland. David Hobbs, a rehabilitation engineering […]
‘OrbIT’, Flinders University’s award-winning accessible gaming system and novel controller, will feature at the 3rd European Conference on Design4Health this week.
Flinders Law School will host an event on Tuesday (26 May) to highlight an awards program which has allowed two early career researchers at Flinders to showcase their work in Italy.
Flinders University’s biomedical engineering and assistive technologies cluster is enhancing its reputation for excellence in research, design and development.
Staff and students from Flinders University have been recognised for their innovations and impact across the information and communications technology industry at the 2014 SA iAwards.
“Orby” – a novel computer game controller that enables children with disabilities to play computer games – has won a prestigious state prize from the Design Institute of Australia.
Flinders University is throwing its support behind World Cerebral Palsy Day today (October 2) – a global push to improve the lives of people living with cerebral palsy (CP).