An early childhood relocation from Brisbane to the Darling Downs has had a pivotal influence on 21-year-old, Griffith University student Tim O’Dea. The Millmerran and Pittsworth State High School graduate has maintained numerous friendships and remains grateful for the highly supportive, community orientated upbringing he had. As a forensic science student he’s now poised for […]
Research by a trio of Griffith University Forensic Science students is helping the Australian Army preserve, identify and repatriate the remains of soldiers from historic battlefields and modern-day combat zones. Jasmine Connell, 21, Andrew Ghaiyed, 26, and Kyle James, 22, received grants from the Australian Army to conduct forensic science research that will assist the […]
As she pursues a PhD in Forensic Biology at Griffith University, Jimboomba mother of five Megan Best is an expert in balancing the demands of family, work and study
Felicity Poulsen knows that her grandfather was one of the lucky ones to have returned home from war. This is why the honours student is so passionate about her research project helping identify unrecovered Australian servicemen.
Julia Wood began studying a Bachelor of Forensic Science knowing it would be nothing like the television shows.