Griffith University researchers have developed a system that can quickly detect airborne biological threats. Professor Igor Agranovski, of the School of Engineering, has developed a system that collects aerosolised micro-organisms and finds the threats, such as fungi spores, viruses and bacteria. Such a system could be crucial to soldiers in the field or post-event investigations. The […]
The complications and high costs associated with dental implants could be a thing of the past as Griffith research aims to reduce the associated risks of infection using new cutting edge nanotechnology.
Griffith's world-first fruit fly trap has been recognised by the Australian Financial Review Higher Education Awards. The project won second prize in the Technology One Industry Engagement Award.
The ‘Holy Grail’ of fruit fly traps has been launched, dramatically boosting Australia’s potential for agricultural production in what is already a multibillion dollar industry, thanks to Griffith University research.
The world’s largest genomic organisation, China-based BGI, is deepening its collaboration with leading Queensland researchers including Griffith University as part of its growing presence in the Asia Pacific region.
Food waste and garden clippings could be turned into clean energy, instead of adding to the 20 million tonnes of organic waste that end up in landfill in Australia each year, thanks to a collaboration between Utilitas and Griffith University. Utilitas Pty Ltd – a Queensland-based biogas energy developer – has partnered with the university […]
At the App Foundation on the Gold Coast, Griffith University students and investors are coming together to drive innovation and develop new digital products and services