Flinders University was on site last weekend at Tonsley as TAFE SA gave the public a sneak peak at the training facility in their new Sustainable Industries Education Centre.
High-tech, thin film gadgets – including smartphones, tablets and interactive TVs – are being used by a growing number of households worldwide.
Seeley International will partner with Flinders University and TAFE SA at Tonsley to establish a research and development centre for new energy efficient cooling and heating technologies.
A team of first-year students from Flinders’ School of Computer Science, Engineering and Mathematics has won the state final of the Engineers Without Borders Australia (EWB) Challenge.
A virtual human head that can talk, express emotion and answer questions is being used to help children with autism develop their social skills.
A thought-provoking presentation on the reasons why women undergo genital cosmetic surgery has emerged as the winner of Flinders University’s 2013 Three Minute Thesis competition, held on Friday (August 30).
Sleep specialists from Flinders University will play an integral role in a new $14.5 million sleep research consortium aimed at reducing impaired alertness.
Specialists in sleep medicine, eating disorders, tourism and coastal hydrogeology are among the recipients of Flinders University’s 2012 Vice-Chancellor’s Awards for Early Career Researchers.
A dedicated Mathematical Sciences Laboratory has opened at Flinders University, focusing on advances in both modern applied and pure mathematics.