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SIGN UP FOR ORCID @ FLINDERS
Flinders invites all researchers and academics to sign up for an ORCID iD (Open Researcher and Contributor ID).
FROM NEW MATERIALS TO EVOLUTION: ARC FUNDS $4.3M OF FLINDERS RESEARCH
Research to pioneer new materials for industry and a study that aims to shed light on the key evolutionary development of air-breathing tetrapods from fish are among the Flinders University projects to receive $4.3 million from the Australian Research Council.
FLINDERS TO GET SA’S LIFE SAVERS INTO BEST SHAPE EVER
Flinders SHAPE Research Centre will drive a new culture of excellence in South Australian surf life saving through a newly launched Surf Sports High Performance Training Academy.
FLINDERS FORENSIC POSTER TOP OF THE CLASS
At the 26th Congress of the International Society for Forensic Genetics held in Krakow, Poland in September, Flinders Postgraduate student Alicia Haines was awarded the Best Poster Presentation.
FLINDERS RESEARCHER’S NEW MATERIAL LAYS WASTE TO MERCURY POLLUTION
A brand new, dirt cheap, non-toxic polymer that literally sucks mercury out of water and soil is set to become a game changer in the battle against one of the world’s most reviled pollutants.
SHORTLISTING HONOUR FOR VERSE NOVEL
The verse novel, Vanishing Point, from Professor Jeri Kroll, Dean, Graduate Research, has been shortlisted for the Queensland Literary Awards.
LIFETIME SUPPORT AUTHORITY FUNDING SUCCESS
Associate Professor Stacey George, Rehabilitation and Aged Care, has been awarded $92,037 from the Lifetime Support Authority (LSA), for the project Supporting people with complex trauma injuries and their families to maximise participation through community mobility.
RESEARCHER MENTORING SCHEME
This is a call out for expressions of interest from potential mentors and mentees to participate in the Flinders University Researcher Mentoring Scheme, February – December 2016.
INVESTIGATOR LECTURE - A FIRST FOR SOUTH AUSTRALIA
Visiting Russian cosmonauts Alex Akulov and Sergey Treshchev will deliver the University’s annual flagship public lecture, the Investigator Lecture, on Wednesday, 18 November at the Adelaide Festival
FLINDERS INVESTIGATORS - NOVEMBER 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 Monday 23 November 2015 on Police line-ups now, tomorrow, and down the track.
BUSINESS/RESEARCHER SPEED NETWORKING
The next Speed Networking event which links Flinders researchers with South Australian CEOs and business will be held on the 25 November 2015, hosted by the New Venture Institute.
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