The German technology and security group Rheinmetall Defence has announced a partnership with Adelaide-based automotive suspension pioneers, Supashock, to develop next generation suspension systems for their […]
Flinders becomes the newest member of the Joint Open Innovation Network (JOIN), a BAE Systems initiative to drive research, development and innovation of defence technologies.
Flinders has signed a second deal in Italy to boost its shipbuilding and defence design ambitions.
Flinders has signed an important academic and research cooperation agreement with four of France’s leading Graduate Schools of Engineering in support of Australia’s Future Submarine Program.
Flinders boosts its defence research ties and strengthens student internship prospects thanks to a MoU with global shipbuilder Fincantieri.
Flinders engineering student Luke Berry is playing a part in producing an Australian Unmanned Surface Vessel with global defence company Saab Australia.
A Flinders innovation which helps monitor some of the human body’s core functions could also make submarines run better.
The former Governor of South Australia, Kevin Scarce, has launched a fierce defence of Australian ship building at Flinders University’s 2014 Investigator Lecture.
How many scientists does it take to change the batteries in a Collins Class submarine? What? You didn’t even know submarines had batteries?