A trio of Griffith University researchers has taken out the top prize at this year’s LuminaX, Australia’s largest healthtech accelerator program, developed and delivered in the Gold Coast Health and Knowledge Precinct. Backed by extensive research, with a vision to be powered by AI,YourTrackhas been developed to track and triage children aged 0-17 years who […]
Two teams of Griffith University researchers have been given the opportunity to fast-track their technologies to market, after being accepted into one of Australia’s leading Healthtech accelerators, LuminaX, run by Cohort Innovation Space in the Gold Coast Health and Knowledge Precinct (GCHKP). Both emerging enterprises are focused on addressing key challenges in childrens’ health. The […]
Griffith University has committed to a three-year partnership with a leading health technology accelerator program based within the Gold Coast Health and Knowledge Precinct. The LuminaX Healthtech Accelerator is a 14-week innovation program that fast-tracks commercialisation and market-readiness for up to 10 Australian health technology startups each year. Cohort Innovation Space, one of Queensland’s largest […]
Griffith University biomechanical researchers have produced what could be the ultimate coaching tool for elite sport - a next-generation ‘Digital Athlete’ that replicates an individual’s anatomy, both inside and out.
Griffith University Vice-Chancellor Professor Carolyn Evans has welcomed news three leading tech companies have based themselves in the growing Gold Coast Health and Knowledge Precinct.
Up to 30 Griffith Researchers and PhD students will develop innovative programs and early interventions for young children in collaboration with a new early learning centre in the GCHKP.
Two of 2020’s top high school graduates, one of whom has already completed an exciting cancer research project at Griffith, are now on a fast-track to exciting careers in medicine.