Light therapy glasses – spectacles that use inbuilt light emitting diodes (LEDs) to assist in resetting the body’s natural clock – are a step closer to commercial availability with the award of a grant from the Federal Government’s Commercialisation Australia fund.
A first-year Flinders University science student has played an integral part in the development of super-smart robots that will come under the watchful eyes of high-ranking international defence officials at a war games event in November.
A revival of Australia’s system of federalism through stronger co-operation between States and Commonwealth was another casualty of the latter phase of Kevin Rudd’s prime ministership, according to a Flinders University political analyst.
The Australian Seafood Cooperative Research Centre (CRC), of which Flinders University is a major research partner, has won the CRC Association’s Excellence in Innovation award for research that has enabled the breeding and rearing of Southern Bluefin Tuna in land-based hatcheries.
The issuing of oil drilling licences off the coast of South Australia poses a serious potential threat to the ecosystem that underpins the nation’s most valuable fishing industry, a Flinders University oceanographer has said.
A program that takes students of health professional courses to remote Indigenous communities has won an Australian Learning and Teaching Council (ALTC) Citation for a team of Flinders academics, and is one of six citations made to the University.
Flinders University’s commitment to improving palliative care services and research has been boosted with more than $3.5 million in Federal Government funding.
Flinders University has established collaborative research and education centres with two of China’s top tier universities.
Forensic experts are helping to solve crime with equipment that they always carry with them and that doesn’t rely on expensive gadgetry – their eyes.