A wireless hand control device, for people with a disabilities such as cerebral palsy and arthritis, is being commercialised. The ‘i-boll’ has been licensed in an agreement […]
A lecture by an international leader in biomedical engineering will cap off a busy week for Flinders’ Medical Devices Research Institute (MDRI) researchers. Eminent US Professor […]
Flinders University’s Professor Karen Reynolds has been awarded Engineers Australia’s top award for biomedical engineering at a gala awards ceremony in Brisbane. Professor Reynolds received the […]
Professor Karen Reynolds, the driving force behind Flinders University’s Medical Device Partnering Program (MDPP), has been recognised as one of South Australia’s most innovative women after […]
Australia’s first Chair in Digital Health Systems says he will make South Australia a world leader in healthcare innovation by spearheading Flinders University research into a […]
Millions of Aussies are sleep walking into an increasingly unproductive – and even dangerous – future because of an epidemic of poor sleep habits and undiagnosed cases of obstructive sleep apnoea (OSA), insomnia or shiftwork disorder.
Flinders University’s new Tonsley facility has been recognised as the best building of its type in Australia by the Master Builders Association of Australia.
The Swedish Ambassador to Australia, Pär Ahlberger, has visited Flinders University’s new Tonsley facility during his first trip to Adelaide.
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.