What a pearl! New oyster to save the industry

Australian Rivers Institute
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A new Griffith University scientist has revealed plans to potentially save the struggling Queensland oyster industry. With the pressure of supplying sustainable food to a growing population, Dr Carmel McDougall of Griffith’s Australian Rivers Institute has plans to revolutionise aquaculture by developing a new species of edible oyster. Dr McDougall has a history of working […]

Understanding the cognitive decline health care journey

Department of International Business and Asian Studies
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The final report for the Cognitive Decline Health Care (CDPC) project, “Understanding the Journey Better: an investigation of the current ‘state of play’ of the health care journey experienced by people living with cognitive decline and their carers”, proposes a dementia wellness plan to enable consumers to live as well and independently as possible, and […]

Griffith Asia Institute in Cambodia

Griffith Asia Institute
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The Griffith Asia Institute recently hosted a successful workshop in Phnom Penh, Cambodia, on the theme of Contemporary Research Challenges in Southeast Asia. The workshop was for early career researchers and PhD students working on the region to build collaborative linkages and research capacity in both Australia and Cambodia within their discipline. Participants included Griffith […]

Challenges facing digital diplomacy in the Indo-Pacific region

Griffith Asia Institute
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In 2017, a simple tweet or status update can have far-reaching consequences for a country’s foreign policy and the geo-political dynamic of a region. Digital technologies and new media are at once disrupting and transforming the nature, conduct and intensity of political dialogue in today’s world, in ways that impact directly and profoundly on all […]