Rise of the robot tsar

When Rod Brooks headed to the US after graduating from Flinders in 1977, there were just three mobile robots in existence. Now, the iRobot company he […]

An iced coffee and a Prime Minister

A Farmers Union Iced Coffee, a fortuitous encounter with a Prime Minister, and some clever thinking were early signs of a bright future for Flinders University’s […]

An impact in public health

A student placement in a Nepalese hospital changed the course of Professor Russell Gruen’s (PhD(Med) ’05) life and kindled a determination to forge an uncharted career […]

First aid for Indigenous people of Malaysia

Professor Zalina Ismail (BNg(PostReg) ’96) is running a six-year research program into neurological function, assessing cognitive and academic capabilities of Orang Asli children – the Indigenous […]

Man on a maths mission

Recreational mathematics sounds like a tautology to most of us, but after inspiring a generation of Bangladeshis to find a route to a better life through […]