More than 8500 competitors representing universities from across Australia, including 440 athletes from Griffith will descend on the Gold Coast this weekend for the start of the 2013 Australian University Games.
Apps are all the rage these days and in this instance provide an ideal method for the Eskitis Institute to publish a visually dynamic summary of highlights from the past 10 years in drug discovery for staff, stakeholders and visitors.
International experts on criminology and criminal justice will join their Australian counterparts in Brisbane on Monday at a milestone gathering
Griffith Asia Institute
Adjunct Professor Colin Brown speaks about the new governments relationship with Indonesia. Listen to the ABC New Radio interview here .
Green Gown award caps off a month to remember
Improved access to Queensland crime data is enhancing research, government accountability and crime prevention strategies. According to Griffith University’s Professor Anna Stewart, the proactive and regular release of information from government departments, especially the Queensland Police Service, has created a system of collaboration with clear benefits for the community. As one whose expertise is built upon […]
More than 750 of the finest teenage musicians from across Queensland will descend on South Bank during the school holidays for Queensland Conservatorium’s SHEP 2013 (State Honours Ensemble Program). 1,400 students were nominated by high school music departments across the State, with 760 of the best and brightest chosen to represent their schools (state, private […]