Public health has a problem with pleasure, often calling on people to suppress the pleasures of eating, alcohol, smoking, drugs, sex or gambling. However, an academic […]
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How can the world’s booming population stay healthy? Hear what Flinders family doctor advocate Professor Michael Kidd has to say.
The faces of high-achieving women in science will shine in surprising places as part of the Flinders Illuminating the Face of STEM promotion.
Home-grown terrorism, border control, cybercrime and miscarriages of justice are being addressed as Flinders hosts the 28th Australian and New Zealand Society of Criminology Conference.
Good luck to five of Flinders’ finest traversing the country this week with the 2015 Bridgestone World Solar Challenge.
“I told them I would pay for them to go to any university that they could get into, but that after that, they were getting nothing,” says US Congressman Jim McDermott, leaning back in his chair on the 11th floor of Flinders, Victoria Square.
The launch of Flinders’ Jembatan initiative marks the culmination of 50 years of building links in education, language, culture and research with Indonesia.