Engineering a pathway into Griffith

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Griffith student Steven Vernon is looking forward to graduating next year with degree in Environmental Engineering and building a career he could once only dream about.  Environmental engineers work in a broad range of areas including finding cleaner and more eco-efficient manufacturing processes for industry. In a recent project, Steven was working on solutions for […]

Creating images of the future

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A blind person empowered to catch the correct bus. A non-English speaking Chinese tourist navigating their way around Australian place names with ease. Getting rid of the office scanner in favour of a simple function on the Smartphone. All of these possibilities of the near future are the focus of current Griffith research to be […]

Sustainable power poles prove their worth

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Contributing to a sustainable world with the development of hollow power poles has been the goal for Griffith’s Dr Benoit Gilbert and Ian Underhill. The duo from the University’s School of Engineering are celebrating after receiving a $22,000 grant for their groundbreaking forestry research at the Science and Innovation Awards for Young People in Agriculture, […]

Design contest prestige for engineering students

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Griffith engineering students Micheal Berry and Robert Bartus are celebrating after achieving success at the 2012 International Capstone Design Contest on Renewable Energy Technology in South Korea. The third year Bachelor of Engineering students, who are specialising in civil engineering, took out the runner-up prize for their development of a methodology to measure the environmental […]

Griffith lecturer addresses the global problem of E-waste in Asia

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Griffith School of Engineering, Senior Lecturer, Dr Sunil Herat delivered the keynote address at ‘The National Forum on E-waste (electronic waste) Management’ in Sri Lanka recently, where he spoke of the growing issue of e-waste and its damaging ramifications for health and the environment, especially in Asian countries. Dr Herat, advisor to the United Nations […]

Australian students share passion for science

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Having operated since 1984 the program enables Year 11 and 12 students to experience a wide variety of science in labs on university campuses and in other research or science-driven industry environments. The program selects around 450 students from around 2000 applicants each year who are invited to attend a 12 day science immersion program […]

Griffith microscopy improves disease understanding

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The understanding of diseases such as Parkinson’s and Alzheimer’s is set to take a step forward following groundbreaking technology which will enable cell analysis using automated 3D microscopy. An initiative between the Griffith’s School of Information Communication Technology and the Eskitis Institute for Cellular and Molecular Biology, the technology will allow the automated identification, separation […]