Dr Kristyn Sommer has been named among Australia’s leading young and innovative researchers becoming a recipient of a Universities Australia (UA) ‘Pitch it Clever’ award.
Your morning coffee could now give an added immunity boost, thanks to postbiotics and Griffith University and CSIRO researchers.
Musical theatre students at the Queensland Conservatorium Griffith University have never been closer to performing on the professional stage following the announcement of a partnership with QPAC. Building on an enduring relationship the South Bank-based institutions have long enjoyed, this partnership is a first for both and furthers their joint commitment to nurturing the next […]
Associate Professor Peter Hedegus has been selected to premier his film, Sorella’s Story to the world at the prestigious Venice International Film Festival in August. The film explores the story behind a single atrocity photography of a group of women and 11-year-old Sorella, during the Holocaust. Shot in 360° and viewed through a Virtual […]
A drug normally used to prevent tissue rejection following organ transplants could be repurposed to help treat human metapneumovirus (HMPV) infection in children.
The Audi Foundation is supporting Griffith University’s School of Engineering and Built Environment students by generously donating an Audi A7 for them to study. As one of the most advanced luxury cars on the market today, students have the amazing opportunity to investigate the technology used in the vehicle and gain practical, real-world skills and […]
Constructed wetlands act as a barrier preventing the spread of microplastics through the environment, a Griffith-led study has found.