At ADaPT we engineer next-generation biomedical and industrial applications
ADaPT brings together multi-disciplinary expertise across Griffith University in collaboration with leading industry partners to push the boundaries in advanced design, prototyping and new materials, in what is called the ‘next industrial revolution’ or Industry 4.0.
Combining expertise in micro and nano science, with big data analytics, artificial intelligence, complex medical imaging and functional modelling and the latest in 3D printing and bioengineering, ADaPT will be the flagship institute within the Gold Coast Health and Knowledge Precinct (GCHKP).
Adapting new technology to personalise medicine
Griffith’s Advanced Design and Prototyping Technologies Institute (ADaPT) is leading the way in next-generation biomedical and industrial applications. Thanks to their current work in world-first personalised digital twin research, the future of medicine will be designed and delivered individually.
ADaPT works with leading industry partners with opportunities for projects in the following areas:
- Health and Medical
- Construction and Infrastructure
- Aviation and aerospace
- Environmental management
- Sports technologies
- Creative arts and film
- Humanitarian logistics
Gold Coast Health and Knowledge Precinct
The 200 hectare GCHKP, which includes Griffith University’s campus, is Asia-Pacific’s emerging hub for health and innovation, research collaboration and jobs of the future.
ADaPT is expected to attract leading global companies into the Precinct with greenfield land and leasing opportunities available.
News and Events
June 21, 2019
Griffith produces more quality Physical Sciences research – Nature Index
The volume of Griffith University's quality research in Physical Sciences increased in the three years to 2018.
April 23, 2019
Griffith lends expertise to $329m marine research centre
Seafood, marine renewable energy and offshore marine engineering experts unite for Blue Economy Coorperative Research Centre.
January 24, 2019
Research review bolsters nanoarchitecture material as quick, effective and inexpensive cancer detection
Team highlights low-cost cancer detection using new class of magnetic nanomaterials.
January 18, 2019
Diamonds and pencils – how investigating their relationship can support health and technology advances
Researchers now understand at what point the two compounds become more stable than the other, and it could mean big things for material developments.