Women with larger breasts tend to exercise less frequently and avoid high-intensity exercise and a new study has found much improved participation in recreational group exercises […]
Chronic pain affects millions of people worldwide and is a leading cause of disability and healthcare use. A new study led by Flinders University has shown […]
A major new study led by Flinders Professor of Cardiology Derek Chew shows that up to 70% of patients presenting to Australian hospital emergency departments with […]
A proposed world-first autonomous rail transport system for the Flinders precinct has the potential to make the Bedford Park campus more accessible then ever before.
South Australia’s first autoimmune blood bank will be set up by scientists from Flinders University and SA Pathology.
Green tea and Brazil nuts are being used in a ground-breaking trial to investigate their cancer-fighting qualities.
Researchers are using information technology, software engineering and mathematics in response to the challenge of relieving patient congestion at Flinders Medical Centre.
Leading academic pharmacist, Professor Ross McKinnon has been appointed as the Foundation Director of the Flinders Centre for Innovation in Cancer.