Griffith University has developed the first needle-free vaccine for Strep A with the potential to help millions from suffering, uncovered the history of Aboriginal Australians in a world first genomic study and celebrated a scientist being named 2017 Queensland Australian of the Year – all in one short year.
After years in the making, Griffith's Cities Research Centre has launched the first book length academic research history of the Gold Coast.
Griffith University researchers are set to deliver the Gold Coast a weekly dose of all things urban. Dubbed the ‘Urban Squeeze’, Dr Tony Matthews and Associate Professor Jason Byrne of Griffith’s School of Environment will feature on ABC Gold Coast’s Drive with Matt Webber to discuss anything to do with cities, housing, development and the […]
The building of great cities will be boosted with the launch of Griffith University's new Cities Research Centre.
Centre for Environment and Population Health
More intelligent infrastructure, creating better places for people to live and managing growth and diversity in communities are the big issues that will be tackled by the newly launched Griffith University Cities Research Centre from today. Cities Research Centre founding director Professor Paul Burton explained that the initiative would build on the work already accomplished […]