The School of Engineering's award-winning Dr Fernanda Helfer is leading a research project examining a technique to draw renewable energy from the desalination process
Wheelchair basketballer Matt McShane has his sights on representing Australia at the 2016 Paralympics in Rio de Janeiro, but at the same time is not losing sight of the importance of a Griffith University degree
A group of postgraduate students and research fellows from Griffith University's School of Engineering has won the inaugural Nortek Day international competition
Driving and thriving, the Griffith Racing Team made a superb competition debut at the FSAE-A student engineering challenge in Melbourne at the weekend.
DuneWatch, a new citizen science program to monitor, maintain and record the health of our dunes, will be launched by the Griffith Centre for Coastal Management this weekend
Engineering graduate Jack Anderson will lead the Griffith Racing Team in the Formula SAE-A student engineering motorsport challenge at Calder Park Raceway in Melbourne
Griffith University double degree student Casey Macfarlane will be heading to Japan's Hiroshima University in 2016 after being awarded a prestigious New Colombo Plan scholarship