An international node of the successful Medical Device Partnering Program based Flinders will be launched in Singapore. The MDPP-Partnership 2025 memorandum of understanding with Nanyang Technological […]
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 […]
Flinders University’s Medical Device Partnering Program (MDPP) is poised for a national roll-out thanks to funding from the Medical Technologies and Pharmaceuticals Industry Growth Centre (MTPConnect). […]
An ‘intelligent compression’ device is being developed at Flinders to check for deep vein thrombosis during surgery.
Flinders University’s Professor Karen Reynolds has joined the advisory board for the multi-billion-dollar Australian Government Medical Research Future Fund.
The Medical Device Partnership Program at Flinders at Tonsley is supporting the development of an innovative new splint for first-aid kits and emergency situations.
Professor Karen Reynolds has been named as one of the Knowledge Nation 100, a group of visionaries, intellects, founders and game changers seen as the foremost contributors to Australia’s knowledge economy.
‘OrbIT’, Flinders University’s award-winning accessible gaming system and novel controller, will feature at the 3rd European Conference on Design4Health this week.