Following Ibsen around the world

Professor Julie Holledge of the Drama Department at Flinders has received an ARC Discovery Grant for a project that will track performances of works by Henrik Ibsen, the 19th century Norwegian dramatist whose plays are still performed all around the world.

Listening the key to managing chronic illness

Encouraging health care workers to take the simple step of listening more to the needs and coping capacities of chronically ill patients would help reduce unnecessary hospital admissions, improve working relationships between health workers and patients and ultimately deliver health outcomes for patients, according to a Flinders University academic.

Flinders research boosts biofuels potential

A biofuel additive developed by Flinders University could significantly boost biofuel use in Australia following the product’s commercialisation by the University’s industry partners, Meat and Livestock Australia (MLA), Midfield Group and Food Processing Equipment (FPE).

State’s early legislation goes online

The first 43 years of South Australia’s lawmaking can be viewed and searched online by researchers, thanks to an initiative by Flinders University. With funding from […]

Flinders receives national awards

Flinders University’s contribution to the lifting of secondary school retention rates in Adelaide’s south has been recognised with a national award. It is the twelfth time […]