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RESEARCH EXCELLENCE AT FLINDERS
South Australia’s Chief Scientist, Dr Leanna Read, was invited to launch the Flinders publication Research Excellence at Flinders on 1 September 2015.
ORCID PILOT NOW COMPLETE
The ORCID (Open Researcher and Contributor ID) Pilot project with the School of Psychology has been succesfully completed and will now be implemented University-wide in October.
NO YOLK! COLIN RASTON UNCOOKS EGG, WINS IG-NOBEL!
The Flinders scientist who made global headlines by unboiling an egg has been honoured with an Ig Nobel prize.
A PHD IN 3 MINUTES
The Flinders final of the Trans-Tasman 3 Minute Thesis (3MT) was held in front of a packed auditorium in the Health Sciences Lecture Theatre on the 28 August 2015.
NEW INSIGHTS INTO CATARACT VISION LOSS
Leading South Australian optometry centre, Flinders Vision, is tackling difficult vision problems with innovative research and new equipment.
NORTH AMERICAN HONOUR FOR FLINDERS PSYCHIATRY PROFESSOR
At the Annual Meeting of the American Psychiatric Association held recently in Toronto, Canada, Matthew Flinders Distinguished Professor Julio Licinio received the Distinguished Psychiatrist Award from the APA’s Scientific Program Committee.
$250k KEEPS FLINDERS MDPP AT CUTTING EDGE OF SA MED TECH
Flinders University’s Medical Device Partnering Program (MDPP) will remain a driving force behind South Australia’s medical technologies industry, thanks to an additional $250,000 in State Government funding.
RIVERPRIZE WINNERS SAY COLLABORATION IS THE KEY
Stronger relationships between Indigenous organisations and governments will lead to better environmental outcomes for river systems in Australia and around the world, say the winners of the 2015 Riverprize.
NEW EDITION OF CHILD DEVELOPMENT NOW RELEASED
A new edition of Child Development: Theories and Critical Perspectives from Professor Rosalyn Shute, School of Psychology, and Professor Phillip Slee, School of Education, has been released from Routledge.
WANT TO WIN SOME GREAT PRIZES?
Have you got a great science story to tell the world and love making videos? Here’s your chance to highlight your talent on RiAus TV – Australia’s Science Channel.
JOIN THE EMCR FORUM EXECUTIVE IN 2016
The Australian Early- and Mid-Career Researcher (EMCR) Forum is now receiving expressions of interest from early and mid-career researchers to join the executive committee in 2016.
FLINDERS INVESTIGATORS - OCTOBER 2015 LECTURE
Flinders Investigators is a free monthly public lecture series bringing world-leading research to the wider community. The next lecture will be held on Wednesday 21 October 2015 on Space archaeology: excavating the future.
RESEARCH INTEGRITY AND MISCONDUCT
Dr Peter Wigley, Manager, Research Ethics and Integrity - Research Service Office, will present to interested attendees on Research Integrity and Misconduct.
ETHOS RESEARCH LEADERS FORUM
Registrations are now open for the Ethos Research Leaders Forum. Ethos Australia was established in 1991 and has since strived to improve performance in organisations by facilitating improved leadership, effective processes of consultation, teamwork and strategic decision making.
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