A life-saving nurse call device developed by researchers from Flinders University and the University of South Australia has scooped a Gold Design Award, President’s Award and Premier’s Award at the Design Institute of Australia Awards on Saturday night.
Flinders University’s Medical Device Partnering Program (MDPP) will remain a driving force behind SA’s medical technologies industry, thanks to an extra $250,000 in State Government funding.
Qatar’s Chargé D’affaires to Australia has become the latest VIP to visit Flinders University’s new $120m Tonsley facility.
Laura Diment might look young, but behind her fresh face is a woman with a long history of success in the typically male-dominated domain of engineering.
Dehydration can be a serious health issue for Australia’s mining industry, but a new product to be developed with input from the Medical Device Partnering Program will help manage miners’ health and safety.
Acclaimed Australian biomedical engineer – Flinders Professor Karen Reynolds – has received the Medical Technology Association of Australia’s coveted Outstanding Achievement Award.
South Australia’s ageing population and people with disabilities are one step closer to living with greater independence.
An innovative vision therapy tool will be used to evaluate and train people with a vision deficit caused by a brain injury.
Flinders University’s Medical Device Partnering Program has been named Best Research and Development Collaboration in the prestigious annual Business/Higher Education Round Table Awards.