Keep up with the results of our latest partnerships and innovations
Learn how the translation of Griffith University's research into solutions for private and public sectors drives remarkable impact.
Griffith researchers join RACE for clean energy
Study of non-inherited changes to genes highlights environmental interplay in Parkinson’s
Researchers discover new treatments with potential to prevent and cure gonorrhoea in women
‘Aquatecture’ researchers unveil bold design for floating reef, diving and dining precinct
Vital lymphoma research continues with Aust-German collaboration
Light study protects blooming underwater meadows
RealWell makes available simple and practical tools to cultivate community-wide understanding and advancement of children’s social and emotional development. The resources are designed with schools and community agencies in mind.
Helping save the Great Barrier Reef
Griffith research has uncovered the cause of most of the soil erosion that blights the Great Barrier Reef and pioneered a method to prevent it. Professor Andrew Brooks and his team won the Eureka Prize for research that will help save the Barrier Reef.
Pesticide-free fruit fly trap
Until recently, fruit flies, one of Australia's worst agricultural pests required toxic chemicals to control, but with recent changes banning their use farmers faced a challenging future until Griffith research found a solution.
Parents under pressure
A program developed at Griffith is helping develop nurturing and sensitive relationships between parents and their children.
New vaccine to help millions
Vaccine deal brokered using Griffith Glycomics research to help beat potentially deadly Strep A bacteria.
A cure for Spinal Cord injury
A Griffith innovation that uses cells from the nose to form a nerve bridge across the spinal cord may become a cure for spinal cord injury.