Flinders students at leading edge of nano field

Flinders University students will be the first in Australia to have the opportunity to undertake research at one of the world’s leading nanotechnology institutions under agreements signed with the National Institute of Materials Science in Japan.

National network brings humanities to the fore

The wealth of information made available by technology is making the insights offered by the humanities more, not less, necessary, according to Flinders University’s Associate Professor Robert Phiddian.

Brain injury reveals two sets of heroes

Roger Rees, Emeritus Professor of Disability Studies and Research at Flinders University, has spent 25 years involved in the rehabilitation and education of people with brain injury, and his newly published memoir focuses squarely on the people he has met and “helped to help”.

New Flinders links with TAFE

Flinders University has further strengthened its links with TAFE SA with the signing of an agreement that will enhance student pathways to university.

Radiation response a meltdown in reason

The possibility that low doses of radiation may prevent or delay the progression of cancer is being explored by a Flinders University research team led by Professor Pam Sykes.

Educators and communicators top up on science

Veteran science presenters and former Curiosity Show hosts Associate Professor Rob Morrison and Dr Dean Hutton rubbed shoulders with staff and students from Blackwood High at an Australian Science Communicators (ASC) activity at Flinders University.

Flinders welcomes result of court case

Flinders University welcomes the conclusion of the court action today which saw a former employee sentenced to nine years jail after previously pleading guilty to a charge in relation to fraudulent misappropriation of monies.

The true story of Australia’s POWs in Europe

Australian prisoners of war in Europe did not sit around planning their escape as film and TV commonly portray them. Instead many were treated cruelly and a few even found themselves in concentration camps, a new book by a Flinders historian has revealed.