Nearly $600,000 in funding will help researchers develop technology to identify criminals linked to illegal digital payments.
Griffith University researchers are redefining the future of limb loss rehabilitation.
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.
Griffith Spotlights encompass a broad range of research that aim to bring benefits to communities locally and globally.
Griffith University researchers have identified a new phosphorescence fingerprinting technique that reveals previously hidden fingerprints, helping in the fight against crime
Griffith researchers have tested an AI video surveillance system to detect social distance breaches without compromising privacy.
Enabling surfing coaches and their trainees to use virtual reality (VR) to overcome traditional obstacles in the sports’ training environment has won a team Griffith Sciences students top gong at the Opmantek Industry Awards.