The miniaturised world of bugs that produce lifesaving drugs and implanted sensors that detect cancer cells will be the focus of a special forum this week.
Two South Australian middle-school teachers are the first people in the world to graduate with Graduate Certificates in Education specific to the International Baccalaureate Organisation (IBO) program.
In an SANFL first, Flinders University has signed a new two-year sponsorship deal of the South Adelaide Football Club as one of the club’s seniors’ jumper support partners.
A focus on providing more hospital beds will neither improve the health of Australians nor reduce healthcare costs, according to a leading international health expert.
Senior officials from Flinders and Italy’s University of Trento today agreed to extend their successful research collaboration into the sub-atomic world of antimatter.
The scale and bureaucracy of big organisations may make building a learning culture more difficult, but the ability of an organisation to learn – be it an army, a university or a smallgoods manufacturer – is central to its ability to respond to change, according to a leading American academic.
The Hon Catherine Branson, President of the Human Rights and Equal Opportunity Commission and Human Rights Commissioner, has urged prizewinners from the Flinders Law School to use their legal knowledge and skills for the common good.
Flinders University’s teaching resources have been bolstered with $5.4 million in Federal Government funding for buildings, equipment and clinical placements.
Flinders University’s capacity to deliver regional health education has been boosted with the announcement today of more than $5 million in funding from the Federal Government’s Rural Education Infrastructure Development Pool.