ADaPT researchers are already engaging strongly with national and international companies
A key feature of ADaPT is a hub and spoke model, with the Institute providing a hub for spokes within a range of industries, as well as virtual collaborators.
ADaPT will provide core design and prototyping facilities and services to industry, as well as industry co-location, showcasing and training opportunities.
ADaPT engages with industry in a number of ways:
- Contract research
- Grant-based partnerships
- Student projects
- Design, prototyping and manufacturing process optimisation
- Prototype development
- Testing & Analysis
State-of-the art facilities include Queensland's first medical grade printer
ADaPT (from 2021)
- Prominent location on Parklands Drive, opposite Light Rail
- approximately 9,000 GFA across 7 levels
- computer aided design (CAD) suites
- clean rooms for component assembly
- 3D scanning and fabrication including mixed metal printing
- other fabrication/post fabrication equipment and processing
- advanced materials fabrication and characterisation facilities
- industry training/event/showcase space
- dedicated industry research and production suites
News and Events
December 04, 2019
Griffith awarded $3.3 million in funding for ARC Discovery and Linkage projects
Griffith University has been awarded $3,376,073 for ARC Discovery and Linkage Projects.
November 08, 2019
Researchers develop sensing platform to withstand extreme environments
Researchers to develop a sensing platform to withstand extreme conditions.
November 08, 2019
Liquid marble research to help streamline drug discovery
A tiny liquid marble, which has the capacity to grow nerve, stem and tumour cells and expedite drug discovery, is the basis of a new research project
November 05, 2019
Griffith researchers earn more than $2.1 million in ARC Discovery funding
Five Griffith University researchers have been more awarded $2.1 million in Australian Research Council funding.