Flinders University’s Medical Device Research Institute and the Centre for Nanoscale Science and Technology will be moving to Tonsley in early 2015.
To showcase Flinders’ work in the areas of medical devices and nanoscale technology, the University is presenting a series of FREE workshops and open lectures, in conjunction with the City of Marion’s 2014 Marion Learning Festival program, including:
The BIG Impact of Tiny Science: Nanotech Panel
Friday 29 August, 3-4pm FREE
Researchers from Flinders’ Nano Centre will discuss: What is nanotechnology and how can it impact and influence us in everyday life?
Medical Devices – Machines that go ‘Ping’! With Professor Karen Reynolds
Friday 29 August, 4:30-5:30pm FREE
South Australian Scientist of the Year, Professor Karen Reynolds, will describe some of the biomedical engineering research in South Australia and talk about her experiences developing devices that improve medical practice and health care.
For more information about the Marion Learning Festival and to book your place, please visit: www.marion.sa.gov.au/marion-learning-festival