Four Griffith research projects secure ARC funding.
Study highlights stone tool shaping among multiple uses of boomerangs.
Griffith University researchers have discovered a genetic switch in a common bacterium that helps defend itself against the human body’s natural immune system. Dr Matthew Sullivan and Dr Kelvin Goh from the School of Pharmacy and Medical Science at Griffith University have studied how group B streptococcus responds to exposure to the metals zinc and […]
Study suggests COVID-19 could be a potential trigger for ME/CFS.
New ARCHE Director hopes to build stronger research and teaching relationships locally and globally.
The Institute for Glycomics’ malaria vaccine researchers are one step closer to human trials for a malaria vaccine that can be freeze-dried.
A bacterium commonly present in the nose can sneak into the brain and may increase the risk of Alzheimer’s disease.