Long before Poh’s Kitchen and Food Safari, migrants to South Australia brought and shared recipes, foodstuffs and ideas about cooking and eating.
Leukaemia cells have a golden assassin on their trail. Researchers at Flinders University are working on the development of a treatment for leukaemia that will use the light absorbing properties of gold to attack the cells of the blood-borne cancer.
Two Flinders University postgraduate courses taught in China have been chosen by the Chinese Ministry of Education as quality benchmarks in reviewing the hundreds of overseas-based courses offered in China.
It is ironic that Ann Angel had to go overseas to find out that some of the best medical devices and health services expertise in the world existed in her own backyard – at Flinders University.
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.