Building tech investment networks in China

Centre for Catalysis and Clean Energy
A temporary alliance to complete a design and manufacturing contest has fostered a deeper partnership between Griffith University scientists and Chinese manufacturers that may see new businesses brought to Queensland. Recently, GE Business Innovation Manager, Ty Ferretti, went to three Chinese cities with Professor Eddie Zhang to build up relationships with Chinese companies looking to […]

Securing Our Energy Future: China and Australia

Griffith Asia Institute
The fifth Australia-China Dialogue Second Track workshop was held on 4 July at Griffith University’s new Sir Samuel Griffith Building. This year’s theme was energy security futures, and the workshop focussed on the contemporary policy environment, Australia-China energy relations, and the outlook for energy security to 2035. A joint initiative of Griffith and Peking Universities, […]

Sir Samuel Griffith Building on track

Inside Griffith
The countdown is on for next year’s opening of the Sir Samuel Griffith Building; Australia’s first zero-emission, self-powering teaching and research facility.Due for completion in May 2013, the building is rapidly taking shape and the colour scheme has now been revealed. Architect Casey Valance, from Cox Rayner Architects, said warmer colours had been chosen in […]