Flinders University Museum of Art (FUMA) and Maningrida Arts and Culture are thrilled to announce the launch of mane djang karirra: the place where the dreaming […]
A virtual reality (VR) exercise session may be as effective as Telehealth appointments at providing short-term pain relief for women diagnosed with endometriosis, according to the […]
Women with continence issues are reluctant to continue many sports and gym programs, but new research has found a way to help women undertake resistance training […]
Ensuring that for all the terrible impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic, we don’t lose ground on the role of women in society – that’s the focus […]
Flinders University will take part in a ground-breaking national pilot program to help promote and retain more women in the traditionally male-dominated fields of science, technology, engineering, mathematics and medicine (STEMM).
The traditionally male-dominated disciplines of engineering, information technology (IT) and mathematics are igniting the interests of local Adelaide high school girls.
A poster that illuminates the part played by women in Nicolas Baudin’s voyage of discovery has been presented to the Flinders University library.