Flinders University offers Research in Analytical Chemistry,Biochemistry.



Flinders University

Flinders University was created in 1966, at a time when new universities were being established across Australia as part of a major expansion of university education. This gave opportunities for access to people from a broader range of backgrounds than had attended universities in the past. It also helped to meet Australia’s need for an increasing number of highly trained and skilled personnel in a period of industrial development and economic growth. In 1966, Flinders had 90 staff and 400 students enrolled in less than 10 courses. By 2012, Flinders had around 2,200 staff, 21,500 students (including over 3,600 international students from nearly 100 countries), almost 350 courses, and over 60,000 Alumni. Flinders has built a strong reputation for quality and innovation in its courses and in its teaching. It was the first university in the world to have a bachelor course in nanotechnology, and the first in Australia to offer a graduate entry medical course.  Flinders staff have received a number of national awards for teaching excellence.


Biological Science.
School of Biological Sciences (Biochemistry), Flinders University, GPO Box 2100, Adelaide SA 5001, Australia.
Chemical Science.
School of Chemical & Physical Sciences, Flinders University, GPO Box 2100, Adelaide SA 5001, Australia.
Analytical Chemistry, Biochemistry, Inorganic Chemistry, Organic Chemistry, Physical Chemistry, Super Molecular Chemistry, Surface Chemistry, Bioorganic Chemistry, Nanotechnology, Synthetic Chemistry, Forensic Chemistry, Biological Chemistry.

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