Leading Griffith University researchers were honoured at the Vice Chancellor’s Research Excellence Awards held at South Bank campus on April 19.
A ‘why not’ approach to research is the kind of legacy Professor Ron Quinn AM hopes to leave behind. This legendary scientific researcher of human diseases likes to challenge those who say it can’t be done, and he definitely doesn’t settle for doing things the traditional way. It’s this proactively passionate attitude that has seen […]
The Vice President of Guangxi University of Chinese Medicine (GXUCM), one of the oldest higher education medical institutions in China, visited Griffith as part of a delegation from 9-10 June 2015. GXUCM is a higher educational institute located in Guangxi, a Chinese autonomous region in South Central China, offering studies in Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM). […]
Eskitis Institute students win three awards at the Brisbane Biological and Organic Chemistry Symposium.
Griffith’s Eskitis Institute marks its tenth anniversary with the announcement of the new Eskitis Foundation Board.
Apps are all the rage these days and in this instance provide an ideal method for the Eskitis Institute to publish a visually dynamic summary of highlights from the past 10 years in drug discovery for staff, stakeholders and visitors.
Science geeks, art buffs and anyone with an eye for beauty of a scientific nature can visit the exhibition and jump online to select their favourite winning image.