Jing Wang – the first-ever graduate of a Flinders cotutelle PhD – says the experience of living and learning abroad will boost her career opportunities.
Emerging research leaders from diverse fields including criminology and materials science are among the winners of Flinders University’s Vice-Chancellor’s Awards for Early Career Researchers.
With silicon solar cells set to become a thing of the past, a Flinders University researcher has developed a novel computer system to find the best emerging carbon nanotubes to fuel the future.
The day-to-day experiences of motherhood are strongly related to psychological wellbeing, new research from Flinders University shows.
Women are often told to eat more red meat, yet it is just as important for women to increase their weekly fish intake.
After a strongly positive response from artists and visitors to last year’s inaugural exhibition, Art by Prisoners has returned to the Playhouse foyer.
Any PhD has aspects of a marathon, but for Trish Thornberry the process of completing her thesis was more in the nature of a steeplechase, with plenty of falls along the way.
Graduating twins Megan and Amy Hawley say they have effectively been their own study group – and now they’re moving on to PhDs.
Accepting ones thoughts – whether good or bad – may be a key to preventing eating disorders, Flinders University psychology student Melissa Atkinson says.