Six new grants will support research collaborations in France ranging from colonial exploration in the Pacific to an exchange of Flinders University expertise in groundwater management. […]
The Flinders Serval Project is progressing to its next stage of satellite integration after the latest trial in the Pacific. As part of the Australian Government […]
An emergency mobile phone system developed at Flinders University is going into a ‘real world’ trial in Vanuatu as the country’s Manaro volcano shows signs of […]
An world-leading remote telecoms system developed at Flinders University has put Serval inventor Dr Paul Gardner-Stephen on an elite list of leading entrepreneurs from around the world.
An innovative project that has harnessed Flinders University know-how to boost remote area emergency communications has won ad agency Saatchi & Saatchi three coveted Gold and Silver Lions at Cannes.
An emergency mobile phone system developed at Flinders University has been acknowledged in international InnovationXchange awards for post-disaster relief work in the Pacific.
Flinders University’s Dr Paul Gardner-Stephen and his family have discovered the bones of a giant, extinct reptile on their first family fossil-hunting trip in Queensland.
Broken or unwanted smartphones will be given a new lease of life, thanks to the efforts of Flinders digital blacksmith Dr Paul Gardner-Stephen and his team.
The ability of Flinders research fellow Dr Paul Gardner-Stephen’s Serval software to maintain secure phone communications has won a US$10,000 award in the Tech Challenge for Atrocity Prevention.