With South Australian borders opening to travellers from all Australian states and territories today, Flinders University researchers are concerned poor mask habits may put South Australians […]
Knee, hip and spinal surgery is the focus of a major new research project focusing on 3D technology developed in South Australia. Under a new $2.4 […]
Australia’s first dedicated testing facility for protective gowns has been established at Flinders, where research is also starting on improving face mask safety. The two Flinders […]
Global experts from Flinders University biomedical engineering will join the new ARC Training Centre for Medical Implant Technologies. The Australian Research Council Training Centre for Medical […]
Aching muscles and sporting injuries have access to quicker recovery with the help of a new high-tech rehabilitation device supported by Flinders University intelligence. The Prohab Connected […]
South Australian sport-tech startup Prohab will launch its new rehabilitation device at the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games. The Prohab rehab device connects to standard resistance […]
The US Ambassador’s Innovation Roundtable rolls into Flinders at Tonsley tomorrow, with a focus on building collaborations in advanced health and medical device development.
Flinders University’s state-of-the-art $120 million teaching and research facility at Tonsley officially opened today.
Professor John Arkwright and Associate Professor Phil Dinning have led a multi-disciplinary team to win the Sir William Hudson Award for developing a novel fibre-optic manometry catheter.