Griffith University’s Institute for Glycomics has partnered with Dextra Laboratories to launch the world’s largest commercial glycan array and bioanalytical service offering.
It was an exciting day on Thursday 3 March as we officially opened the new science labs and associated teaching rooms. Members of the school were joined by PVC Paul Mazzerole and other official guests on this important occasion and were treated to fun-filled science tours to showcase these fantastic learning spaces. Dr Harry Kanasa […]
In the lead up to International Women’s Day the Hon Karen Andrews MP, Assistant Minister for Science, visited young engineering students on Griffith University’s Gold Coast campus on Friday 4 March 2016. Assistant Minister Andrews, herself a qualified engineer, is a strong advocate for making Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths (STEM) a priority in schools […]
Five Graduate Diploma of Education Secondary students participating in the Teacher Education Centre of Excellence (Benowa Cluster) program will graduate in December.
Strengthening links between science and teachers in Australia is the aim of a new website created by the School of Education and Professional Studies. The Teaching with Apps website focuses on strengthening communication networks between science and education by linking to Australian apps, developed to support the communication of scientific information, to the Australian Curriculum. […]
More than 50 Gold Coast high school students took time out from their holidays last week to attend the ConocoPhillips Science Experience 2013 at Griffith and found themselves working alongside leading Griffith staff members from the schools of medical science, dentistry and oral health, pharmacy, engineering and coastal management.
These images are currently on display for public viewing on the walls of the Collector’s Cafe at the Queensland Museum and Science Centre until the 29th August 2013.