Griffith Sciences is a powerhouse of research focused on creating practical solutions to the challenging problems of the 21st century. With a cross discipline approach the Group attracts over 30 million in external research income across a broad area of research.
From climate change to drug discovery; engineering for water management to 3D modelling of the human body we provide a setting of international standard for the pursuit of learning, teaching and research.
The Group consists of four Schools with more than 4,000 students enrolled in our interdisciplinary programs offered across three campuses.
- School of Natural Sciences
- School of Information and Communication Technology
- Griffith School of Engineering
- Griffith School of Environment
Griffith Sciences News
Eskitis Institute students win three awards at the Brisbane Biological and Organic Chemistry Symposium.
Civil engineering graduate Sarah Marsanich, well known as the ‘face’ of Griffith Engineering in TV commercials, will be offering her congratulations and encouragement to the graduating class of 2013.
More than 200 delegates, including students and professionals from diverse engineering education backgrounds, are set to attend this year’s event entitled Work Integrated Learning – Applying Theory to Practice in Engineering Education.