Griffith University postdoctoral researcher, Dr Louisa Windus has been awarded 3rd prize in the prestigious Eureka Prize by the Australian Museum. The Australian Museum Eureka Prizes were announced in Sydney on 4 September in the presence of 700 science, government, cultural and media leaders. Dr Windus received the award for the image ‘Chemokine receptor expression […]
A Griffith University research student has received second prize in an Incentive Challenge to improve Global Dairy Data Collection. Adnan Naim, a PhD student at Griffith’s Eskitis Institute for Drug Discovery received $1,875 for his innovative cloud-based ‘Dairy Calendar’ proposal. Scientists Without Borders and The Sackler Institute for Nutrition Science, both programs of the New […]
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.
Science geeks, art buffs and anyone with an eye for beauty of a scientific nature can visit the exhibition and jump online to select their favourite winning image.
Associate Professor George Mellick has been appointed Deputy Director of The Eskitis Institute. Associate Professor Mellick is a clinical neuroscientist and he undertakes research into all aspects of Parkinson’s disease, including its cause and potential treatments. “I’m really excited to be part of a vibrant team of dedicated researchers leading the Institute into its second […]