Researchers say they are "unravelling the sweetness pathway" using a mix of traditional breeding and advanced molecular gene selection.
With uniquely individual DNA and different life circumstances each person has their own distinct health journey through life, and Griffith health experts are at the forefront of innovation to personalise the healthcare response. While we all hope to grow old gracefully, our genes can help or hinder us as we encounter different germs and diseases […]
Next generation of female science stars are never far from expert's focus.
If humankind is to survive the health and environmental issues facing us, then Griffith University researchers will be squarely in the mix with solutions as World Science Festival Brisbane (20-24 March, 2019) urges us to find brave new ideas before we risk our own extinction. The only World Science Festival held outside of New York, […]
Calling all fans of science, old, and particularly young, to join in the fun of Griffith University’s Street Science (24 -25 March) at World Science Festival Brisbane. Science lovers will get a sneak peak of the Sea Jellies Illuminated exhibition that is set to open at Sea World later this year, in a unique partnership […]
When our local athletes enter competition at next month’s Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games (GC2018) the support systems they have in place should give them an edge, even allowing for home-soil pressure, according to Griffith University researcher Dr Caroline Riot. Joining a Brainfood Breakfast – Sporting Success, Nature vs Nature panel (23 March) for World […]
If the human race had run differently, modern man might have descended from Neanderthals, or some other species of ancient hominin. Instead, Homo sapiens won world domination, and researchers from Griffith University’s Australian Research Centre for Human Evolution (ARCHE) are at the forefront of re-tracing that ancient ‘race’ to ultimate victory. Griffith University’s signature event […]