Lab on a Chip

Lab on a Chip

A chemical explosion has disbursed a toxin across inner city suburbs. Hundreds of people are presenting at hospital even though only a fraction have come into contact with the poison….

Professor Geoff Pryde

Pawsey Medal 2014

Professor Geoff Pryde from the Centre for Quantum Dynamics has been awarded the 2014 Pawsey Medal by The Australian Academy of Science. The awarded recognises outstanding service to Australia science in the field of…

Professor Jon Olley from the Australian Rivers Institute

Professor Jon Olley profile

How much information can a single grain of sand give you? According to the Australian Rivers Institute’s Professor Jon Olley quite a bit: from the origins of Australia’s cultural history…

Kirsty Wright

Top 100 most influential women

Kirsty Wright, a senior lecturer in Forensic Biology  and an internationally renowned DNA profiling expert, has been named as a finalist in this year’s 100 Women of Influence Awards staged by The Australian…

Professor Jon Olley and Pro Vice Chancellor of Griffith Sciences, Professor Debra Henly

Launch

Impact @ Griffith Sciences launched on the 26 November. The suite of publications from  Griffith University’s Sciences Group includes this website, a quarterly digital magazine and a public lecture series in Brisbane…

Eskitis imagery

Every year the Eskitis Institute for Drug Discovery holds a scientific photography competition, open to staff and students, to capture striking and real research images. Visualisation of processes within cells…

Sir Samuel Griffith Centre

Griffith is home to Australia’s first teaching and research facility designed to rely on photovoltaic arrays and hydrogen-metal hydride storage technologies to keep it off the power grid. The innovative Sir Samuel Griffith…

Hyperspectral camera

What is hyperspectral imaging?

We live in a highly visual world yet the information, the wavelengths that our eyes can process, comprises of a very narrow section of the electromagnetic spectrum, the so called…