Some of the best names in STEM (science, technology, engineering, mathematics) research will offer valuable insight into various fields of study when Griffith University’s STEM Showcase arrives in Toowoomba on May 15.
The two-day program combines creativity, initiative and unconventional thinking with cross-disciplinary learning and topical examples.
Dr Megan Oaten will embark on an all-female research leadership expedition to Antarctica this month.
Helping parents improve their children’s reading in a fun way, while engaging them with the world of science, is the impetus behind Griffith’s launch of a new educational book series. Launched in early February the Suzie the Scientist home-reader series is a new take on home-readers linking reading development directly to the Australian Curriculum: Science. The series has […]
Up to 70 year nine students from around the Logan and Redlands regions will take part in the second annual [email protected] Innovation Challenge this month, giving them the chance to hone their entrepreneurial abilities by drawing on the realms of both business and science in order to address topical health issues. Held from 28-30 November at Griffith’s […]
“My Mum is a Parasite Scientist. That’s RAD!” is the first of a series of books which was launched during Queensland National Science Week last month. The aim of That’s RAD! Science series is to inspire in children an interest in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) through engaging picture books written by Queensland women […]
When 11-year-old Emma has her mum along to netball games, little do her teammates know that her mum is working to tackle one of the world’s deadliest diseases. Professor Kathy Andrews is a leading biomedical scientist working to save millions of lives by finding new treatments for malaria, but when she leaves the Griffith Institute […]