Griffith University alumnus Martin Pratley never imagined he would one day be creating musical instruments for the likes of Australian music legends John Butler and Tash Sultana.
The best names in STEM research are bound for Darwin for Griffith's STEM Showcase.
From all-ages activities to academic-led talks, there is something for everyone at Griffith’s spectacular line-up of National Science Week events.
Griffith University will look for smart machine technologies in the first Defence Cooperative Research Centre (CRC) for Trusted Autonomous Systems.
Queensland researchers and entrepreneurs will be able to access expertise and investment opportunities in China through a new State Government program offering up to $20,000 for placements in key Chinese technology incubators.
It’s a material so strong even the Man of Steel or a bullet would have trouble breaking through it – and its versatility and exciting potential are only now just being uncovered. Graphene, the technology of the future, will be showcased at a major international conference being hosted by Griffith University next week. The 5th […]
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 […]