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6 October 2016
Engineering student Monique Quirk

Drones, 3D scanning technology and bridges — it’s all in a day’s work for Monique

Monique Quirk has been investigating the use of drones and laser scanning technology to monitor the integrity of bridges in...

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23 July 2014
Architecture student Miyuki Suzuki with project

Miyuki bridges gap between Gold Coast, Japan

Gold Coast architecture student Miyuki Suzuki’s work stands out for its superior blend of imagination, function and design. These qualities...

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20 August 2013

Science challenge is building bridges to tertiary education

Hundreds of high school science students from across the Gold Coast left their textbooks behind this week to test their...

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29 April 2013

Building bridges after Boston

Griffith University Associate Professor Mohamad Abdalla looks at the Islamic position in a vastly changed world

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26 November 2012
Hands Up! The Family Tree project - Graduation night

Hands Up! project bridges learning gap

A new bridging program for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people has proved a success with its first graduation completed.

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22 May 2007

Building bridges to reconciliation – 40 years on

Vice Chancellor Professor Ian O’Connor said the public acknowledgement of the University’s responsibility and commitment to provide equitable educational opportunities...

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30 October 2023
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24 April 2023

Making grand friends an intergenerational imperative 

Griffith University is leading the charge on evidence-based intergenerational practice in Australia, celebrating the mutual benefits of uniting young and...

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30 March 2023
Associate Professor James St John, head of the Clem Jones Centre for Neurobiology and Stem Cell Research with exercise physiologist Meg Wilcox and client Dan Eiser.

Funding boost for world-first cell transplantation research for nervous system repair

Griffith University’s world-first study into cell transplantation to repair injuries to the nervous system has received a major boost thanks to a $5.4 million funding extension from the MAIC.

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