Flinders students Laith Al-Shimaysawee and Ali Al-Dabbagh have developed ground-breaking new technology for detecting human life using remote cameras.
Flinders will offer a new $8000 per year scholarship to a science, information technology or engineering undergraduate student in 2013.
Optometrists from Flinders University will soon be able to diagnose and manage eye diseases in rural and remote communities – all from the comfort of their computer chair.
A new, open source, mobile phone technology that promises to revolutionise telecommunications has been given a USD400,000 boost from the prestigious philanthropic Shuttleworth Foundation.
The signing of a letter of intent regarding the Northern Territory Medical Program by Vice-Chancellor Michael Barber and Charles Darwin University Vice-Chancellor Professor Barney Glover, in the presence of Federal Health Minister Nicola Roxon, was an historic occasion for the two Universities as it confirmed the collaborative partnership that has developed around this initiative.