Transport in a flood crisis

Cities Research Institute
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By Dr Matthew Burke Transport access is essential for people to get to the goods and services they need in daily life. Never is that basic access more appreciated, and more desired, than when it’s taken away from us, such as in a major flood. People do terribly dangerous things when they need to get […]

Can shale oil fuel Australia?

Griffith Asia Institute
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“Earlier this week, Linc Energy released two reports estimating the amount of oil in the Arckaringa Basin near Coober Pedy in South Australia. Independent reports from Gustavson Associates and DeGolyer and MacNaughton put the untapped basin, located in South Australia at between 233 billion and 103 billion barrels of oil equivalent respectively.”   This is […]

Music meets science

Queensland Conservatorium
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The Australian talks to Erik Griswold and Vanessa Tomlinson about the future of Clocked out in the lead up to a minifestival where their performance takes its cues from Nobel-prize winning theoretical physicist Frank Wilczek. Clocked out will be performing Time Crystals at the upcoming mini-festival The Trilling Wire, where they will be transferring the […]

Logan campus orientation postponed

Griffith Business School
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The Griffith Business School Logan campus orientation for Bachelor of Commerce and Bachelor of Business students, due to take place tomorrow (Jan 31), has been postponed. The orientation event has been re-scheduled for February 4. Griffith University’s campus at Logan will remain closed until further notice due to power outages caused by the severe storm […]

Too old to rock ‘n’ roll?

Griffith Centre for Cultural Research
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Is a punk rocker still a punk rocker by the time he reaches middle-age?   Professor Andy Bennett has spent a decade exploring the lives of self-described music fanatics from across Australia, Britain and France to answer the question.   His latest book, Music, Style and Aging: Growing Old Disgracefully, uncovers how first musical loves […]

Interprofessional learning improving patient outcomes

Griffith Health Institute
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Improving patient outcomes using interprofessional learning will be the focus tomorrow (30 Jan), as international expert Professor Ruby Grymonpre from Canada’s University of Manitoba comes to Griffith. Professor Grymonpre, whose expertise lies in interprofessional education (IPE), will discuss the importance of preparing students for person-centered IPE and collaborative practice, at the IPL Symposium and workshops […]