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The ERA team in the Research Services Office are currently meeting with the Strategic Leader Cluster groups. The meetings are focussing on identifying areas of research strength within the university and preparing the submission.
FLINDERS ARC MAJOR GRANT RESULTS
Flinders University hosted the national announcement of the ARC Major Grants Funding, presented by the Minister for Education, Hon. Christopher Pyne MP, at its Victoria Square facility on 5 November 2014.
NATIONAL ENGINEERING AWARD FOR FLINDERS’ SHINING LIGHTS
Flinders University’s Medical Device Research Institute (MDRI) is another step closer to its vision of being recognised as the ‘go-to’ University for medical device research and development, following the latest success of Flinders Professor of Biomedical Engineering, John Arkwright, and Flinders Medical Centre Senior Medical Scientist, Associate Professor Phil Dinning.
FLINDERS RESEARCHER A LEAD AUTHOR
Dr Harpinder Sandhu, School of the Environment, was selected as a lead author for the Intergovernmental Platform on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services (IPBES) earlier this year.
FLINDERS COLLABORATES TO IMPROVE HOME HEALTH CARE
Flinders University’s Medical Device Research Institute (MDRI) recently received a $500,000 grant from the State Government to help improve the State’s Hospital in the Home (HITH) service, which provides home-based treatments to patients who would otherwise require hospital care.
THEOLOGY DELIVERS ‘FRESH WORDS AND DEEDS’ WITH INDUSTRY
Industry engagement is an important dimension of research activity at Flinders, and for the Department of Theology, these industry partners include religious denominations and church leaders.
FLINDERS ENGINEERS LEAD THE FIELD
Flinders University’s biomedical engineering and assistive technologies cluster is enhancing its reputation for excellence in research, design and development, highlighted by the group’s latest victories at Engineers Australia’s Engineering Excellence Awards.
VC AWARDS FOR EARLY CAREER RESEARCHERS
The Vice-Chancellor’s Awards for Early Career Researchers are now open for nominations. These Awards recognise and value the outstanding contributions of individual Early Career Researchers to the University.
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