GIS expertise to the fore

Flinders University’s expertise in geospatial information systems came to the fore at this month’s Locate23 conference, a leading Australian geospatial event. Flinders Honours student Joram Downes […]

Apps raise privacy concerns

Menstruation monitoring apps are among the latest innovations in ‘FemTech’, but Flinders University law experts Professor Tania Leiman and Lydia Chia warn that the legal implications […]

New Flinders projects in aged care

Two more Flinders University College of Nursing and Health Sciences research projects have received funding from the Aged Care Research and Industry Innovation Australia (ARIIA). The […]

Robotics firm recruits first grads

An international robotics company, RV Automation Technology, has launched its first Australian branch in South Australia, and is already creating jobs for work-ready graduates. Among them […]

Rare gems in Uni's vertebrate collection

An expert assessment of Flinders University Palaeontology’s extensive vertebrate collection has been done with support from a $7250 Community Heritage Grant (CHG). The Flinders University Vertebrate […]

Schools 'need to sustain' autism support

Qualified specialists on the ground needed to sustain better education outcomes for school children on the autism spectrum, says Flinders University Inclusive and Specialised Education expert […]

Airline concerns on GPS interference

The Australian Government should be concerned by reports of an incident in the South China Sea involving the likely interference of communication and navigation systems on […]

Inroads into childhood dementia

A new Australian Government grant will help Flinders University and other partners make inroads into understanding and treating a devastating childhood metabolic disorder Sanfilippo syndrome, which […]