Graham Davis


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(For the British former racing driver, see Graham Davis (racing driver).) Graham Hunt Davis (born 7 October 1953) is a Walkley Award and Logie Award winning Fijian-born Australian journalist. He hosts a weekly Australian television program, The Great Divide on the Southern Cross Austereo TV Network, and is a consultant to the Washington-based global communications company Qorvis on its Fiji account.

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Glucose Sensor. In this laboratory on 20th July 1982, Allen Hill, Tony Cass and Graham Davis made the crucial discovery which led to the development of a unique electronic blood glucose sensor now used by millions of diabetics worldwide.

Chemistry Dept, Oxford University, Oxford, United Kingdom where they worked