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14 October 2016
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17 November 2015
Smiling, in front of banner, Queensland Minister for Science and Innovation, The Honourable Ms Leeanne Enoch MP, at the launch of the Gold Coast Science and Tech Festival

Ancient medicine, modern advances combine at research symposium

Scientists from Griffith University's Eskitis Institute for Drug Discovery and the Shanghai Institute of Materia Medica have come together for a symposium aligning ancient Chinese medicines with the latest in modern research and technology

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16 June 2015
From left: Queensland Minister for Science and Innovation, The Honourable Leeanne Enoch MP, Eskitis Director Professor Ronald Quinn AM, Pro Vice Chancellor (Sciences) Professor Debra Henly and Dr Yun Feng, also from the Eskitis Institute

Eskitis honoured for work with traditional Chinese medicines

by Gayle Murray, Manager, International Relations (Griffith International) A project combining ancient Chinese medicines with world-leading modern research and technology...

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27 August 2014

Chinese partnerships to help beat brain diseases

Degenerative brain diseases such as dementia and Parkinson’s disease will be targeted under a new partnership between Queensland scientists and Chinese experts in dementia research and traditional herbal medicine.

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