A natural evolution of our annual Brave Minds publication, Fearless Research stories are an opportunity to immerse yourself in some of the innovative work being undertaken by Flinders University’s researchers, who are changing lives and improving the world.
Bioengineering live brain tissue to uncover the mysteries of incurable brain disorders.
People’s vulnerability to fraud & financial scams may reveal more than just an assault on their savings.
Insect vision influences robotic detection and monitoring systems.
When humans land on Mars, what law will apply? It’s an important legal riddle that now reaches far beyond a science fiction plotline.
Surviving cancer is a feat, but what happens afterwards? Flinders research is boosting cancer care.
Revealing the hidden histories of past lives to understand human adaptation.
External research income jumped 50% from two years ago and 70% from four years ago
Flinders ranked seventh in the country for National Health and Medical Research Council grants won by a university in 2021
Ranked 266 in the world (THE World University Rankings 2022)
$34 million federal
Department of Health contract
Construction began on the $255 million Health and Medical Research Building
Launched our new $2.5 million photo emission electron microscope
President and Vice-Chancellor
Professor Colin J Stirling
Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Research) Professor Robert Saint
Flinders University is investing in a world-class Health and Medical Research Building for Southern Adelaide. As a leading biomedical research facility, it will enable collaboration between researchers, healthcare and industry partners, translating world-class research into improved community healthcare outcomes.
Three Flinders University researchers have been awarded Future Fellowships worth almost $3 million in the Australian Research Council’s first round of 2022. Flinders is also the most successful university in South Australia, winning three of the four allocated ARC Fellowships.
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