Escape Rooms spark student engagement

Flinders NT researchers have highlighted Escape Rooms as an innovative learning and teaching method that have student teams enthusiastically engaging in problem solving tasks. Learning games […]

Assessing the power of Asian aesthetics

The pervasive influence and sweeping global respect of Japanese design, culture and aesthetics come under the microscope in a new book that explores the history of […]

Aged care menus put to the test

Many South Australians living in residential aged care homes are not getting a food service in keeping with new Aged Care Quality Standards, according to research […]

Trial targets deadly lung cancer

With more than 650 Australians diagnosed with malignant mesothelioma last year, Flinders University is leading new research to discover alternatives to chemotherapy and even prevent deaths […]

Funds support new brain cancer investigation

The human brain’s biochemistry may be a stumbling block that has been preventing an effective cure for brain cancer. Flinders University’s Dr Cedric Bardy, Director of […]