All smiles as partners seal a deal for autonomous maritime vehicle research and development. Standing (L-R) Mr Loïg Chesnais-Girard, President, Regional Council of Brittany; the Hon. Steven Marshall, Premier of South Australia. Seated (L-R) Mr Pascal Pinot, Director, ENSTA Bretagne; Mr Hervé Guillou, Chairman and CEO of Naval Group; Professor Colin Stirling, President and Vice-Chancellor of Flinders University.

New partnership on autonomous vessels

Research in the fast emerging field of autonomous maritime vehicles will be significantly boosted under a new international collaboration between Australian and French academic institutions and […]

Planting ideas to advance food crops

The failure of world food systems to adequately feed more than 2 billion people is spurring agricultural researchers to find rapid solutions. Supported by a Crawford […]

From left: Professor Arnaud Poitou, Director of Centrale Nantes; President of France Emmanuel Macron; Prime Minister of Australia Malcolm Turnbull; Professor Colin Stirling, President and Vice-Chancellor Flinders University.

Flinders-France agreements advance defence research

Australian-French research collaboration on marine technologies has taken a further step forward with two significant announcements involving collaborations with Centrale Nantes, and with Defence giant Thales […]

Warning on reptile handling

Is there a salmonella infection risk for humans who come into contact with pet lizards and snakes? While reported cases related to lizards and snakes are […]