A tiny fibre-optic sensor has the potential to save lives in open heart surgery, and even be used during surgery on pre-term babies. The new micro-medical […]
Leading health and medical researchers at Flinders have secured more than $4.2 million in Australian Government grants.
Vital research into sleep apnoea and IV fluid replacement will receive federal NHMRC funding to help solve leading health problems around the world.
An ‘intelligent compression’ device is being developed at Flinders to check for deep vein thrombosis during surgery.
A Flinders innovation which helps monitor some of the human body’s core functions could also make submarines run better.
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.
Flinders University’s biomedical engineering and assistive technologies cluster is enhancing its reputation for excellence in research, design and development.