Streptococcus, a bacterium that causes painful human urinary tract infections can generate new DNA using human urine Griffith University researchers have found.
World-first eight-molecule snake venom toxin could be potential drug candidate for conditions like Alzheimer's.
Gene editing technology leads to new cervical cancer breakthrough.
Patients with drug resistant forms of breast cancer and some forms of pancreatic cancer may have new hope, thanks to a new drug first developed at Griffith and now being trialled in the Czech Republic.
New understanding of a bacterium that causes urinary tract infection (UTI) is providing fresh hope for sufferers of this common condition, following a breakthrough by a Griffith microbiologist.
Five Griffith University academics have been recognised as among the best teachers in the nation.
A passion for teaching chemistry has been the fuel for success for Griffith’s Dr Andrew Pearson who has been awarded a Citation for Outstanding Contribution to Student Learning from the Australian Government. Responsible for supporting the learning of 1000 new students each year in the Schools of Medical Science, Allied Health Sciences, Dentistry, Medicine and […]