A Flinders University-made platform that enables children with disabilities to create their own artworks will be showcased at an international convention in Korea this month.
Flinders’ role as a major contributor to the economic and social development in southern Adelaide was underscored with the start of construction of the University’s $120 million building at Tonsley.
Flinders University this week joined in the launch of a new high-tech housing development that will enable people with disabilities to live independently in the community.
Gaining access to the internet is becoming easier for the ageing community, with the introduction of tablet technologies.
Flinders University scientists have capped a stellar week with Dr Rachel Popelka-Filcoff being honoured as South Australia’s Tall Poppy of the Year for 2012.
The ground-breaking work of Flinders University biomedical engineer, Professor Karen Reynolds, has been recognised with the award of South Australian Scientist of the Year for 2012.
An innovative vision therapy tool will be used to evaluate and train people with a vision deficit caused by a brain injury.
Flinders biomedical engineer Professor Karen Reynolds has been named among Australia’s 100 most influential engineers by Engineers Australia magazine.
Visiting Flinders yesterday, Australia’s Chief Scientist, Professor Ian Chubb, said that Australia needs to make a strong commitment to research investment if it “wants to stay in the game”.