Griffith is the first university to roll out CSIRO’s new ON Prime Lite Program to early and mid-career researchers looking to take their projects to the next level with industry.
Researchers determine how much waves are likely to change around the globe due to climate change.
The ability to assist small to medium enterprises (SMEs) find research-based solutions to their needs is growing at Griffith University. Following a recent cold food measurement and distribution innovation, Griffith scientists have assisted a local water filtration company with a cutting-edge sensing system. Aquarius Technologies is a Brisbane-based water filtration and purification company. Their market […]
New research from a phase 4 review by Griffith University of an in-market weight management program provides evidence that a pharmacy based program can lead to long-term maintenance of weight loss.
Up to 100 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students will be able to immerse themselves in science when Griffith University hosts the inaugural Indigenous STEM Experience Day. To celebrate Dr Chris Matthews recent achievement as national winner of the CSIRO’s Indigenous STEM Professional Award, Griffith Sciences will host the event, themed Future Earth – Water, to encourage more First […]
A Griffith University researcher is helping save the planet in a new study that maps global nutrient production from farms worldwide. PhD candidate Eloise Stephenson is co-author on the paper, led by Dr Mario Herrero at CSIRO and published in the inaugural issue of The Lancet Planetary Health. The study found small and medium farms produce […]
Griffith University researchers have found that koalas are more clever than they thought them to be in a world-first study that tracked the Australian animal more comprehensively than ever before in suburban Brisbane. The Environmental Futures Research Institute team, made up of Cathryn Dexter, Justin Scott and Professor Darryl Jones, at Griffith verified 130 crossings […]