A new approach to send ‘friendly’ nano-particles into a patient’s blood stream has shown promising results by modifying the surface of these potential drug, vaccine or […]
Deciphering the cause and cure for chronic, unidentifiable pelvic pain – a condition believed to affect one in every 10 people – may be a step […]
The use of nanotechnology for targeted drug delivery has seen higher degree researcher Melanie Fuller present at a national defence forum in Melbourne. The molecular science […]
Flinders students will join up to 50 PhD candidates from around Australia in the Australian-French Entrepreneurship Challenge. The 24-hour national challenge aims to design an innovative and profitable […]
Flinders University’s Professor Keryn Williams, the sight pioneer who leads the Australian Corneal Graft Registry, has been awarded a Companion of the Order of Australia in the Australia Day Honours.
Flinders students will play a key role in researching the use of social media data to predict broader societal behaviours and the use of peptides in biotechnology in Kuala Lumpur.
Flinders researcher Melanie Fuller’s work in improving the efficiency of gene therapy in treating Cystic Fibrosis through nanotechnology has been recognised with a place in the finals of this year’s ‘Winnovation Awards’.
A new specialised microscope allows Flinders scientists building nanostructures at the molecular scale to see directly what they’re doing for the first time.
How many scientists does it take to change the batteries in a Collins Class submarine? What? You didn’t even know submarines had batteries?