Griffith University researchers are using cutting-edge equipment to expose and inspire girls to pursue STEM at the university level.
Two Griffith University-led research projects have been successful in gaining grants from the Medical Research Future Fund (MRFF) worth $2.9 million.
A $3.8m funding boost for a crucial Griffith University research program focusing on digitally-enabled rehabilitation technology for spinal cord injury.
As one of four research partners in ARC CMIT, Griffith University is leading two key projects with the potential to deliver significantly better clinical outcomes for orthopaedic deformities, injuries and disabilities.
Groundbreaking bioengineering and 3D printing technology at Griffith is creating hope for sufferers of Scapholunate Interosseous Ligament (SLIL) injury, the most common of wrist ligament injuries.
A revolutionary technology in complex reconstructive and robotic surgery is offering amputees a significantly improved quality of life, providing them with far greater mobility and comfort.