DefendTex will join forces with four research partners to develop new technology in additive manufacturing of energetic materials. Led by DefendTex Pty Ltd, an Australian company specialising […]
A new Maritime Innovation Challenge to foster international research collaboration by some of the world’s finest engineering minds is being unveiled by Fincantieri, CETENA and Flinders […]
A major renewable energy and water management project in California will build on a collaboration between Infratech Industries and Flinders nanotechnology.
Three Flinders Investigators lectures celebrate National Science Week, with solar power first in the spotlight at Flinders city today.
Flinders University’s expertise in nanotechnology will be employed as part of an $87 million project aimed at transforming Australia into a global solar energy powerhouse.
Flinders University students will be the first in Australia to have the opportunity to undertake research at one of the world’s leading nanotechnology institutions under agreements signed with the National Institute of Materials Science in Japan.