FarmCube to produce positive social change

Griffith Honours College
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A vertical modular farming system could generate meaningful job opportunities while helping to solve issues such as world hunger and climate change.   That’s the idea behind FarmCube, a concept a team of Griffith undergraduate students recently took to San Francisco to represent the University at the regional finals of the 2019 Hult Prize Challenge.       The Hult Prize Challenge is an annual competition that […]

Introducing a papaya to rival a mango

Environmental Futures Research Institute
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Australia’s papaya growers are ready to savour the sweet taste of success thanks to a research and breeding program overseen by Griffith University that promises a new variety of the humble pawpaw to give the much-loved mango a run for its money. Even more exciting is the prospect of their molecular science unlocking gene sequences […]

Atrocity Crimes & Enabler Responsibility

Law Futures Centre
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By Mr Shahram Dana Senior lecturer, Griffith Law School International Criminal Law (ICL) practitioners and scholars have observed that individuals convicted of atrocity crimes of similar gravity are sentenced to punishments of vastly different severity. This raises questions whether “gravity” is indeed the primary consideration and differential factor in determining the quantum of punishment for atrocity […]