Outstanding Griffith research excellence honoured

Architecture
Leading Griffith University researchers have been honoured at the Vice Chancellor’s Research Excellence Awards held at Nathan campus.
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Hayfever patients can benefit from probiotics

Features
New research from a pilot study at Griffith has shown that probiotics can improve the quality of life of hayfever patients. As part of a clinical first-of-its-kind development program, the researchers investigated whether a multispecies-probiotic formulation, which has been shown in previous research to reduce eczema in children, could benefit hayfever patents as well. They […]
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Helping young women in distress with cancer

Features
Helping young women live well after a cancer diagnosis is the aim of a new program being developed by members of the Women’s Wellness Research Group at Griffith University.
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Davida Allen: In the Moment opens at Griffith University Art Museum

Alumni
Griffith University Art Museum is proud to present a museum survey of distinguished contemporary Australian artist and Griffith University/Queensland College of Art alumna Davida Allen from 3 May – 30 June 2018. Davida Allen: In the Moment encompasses over 40 works from the artist’s five-decade practice, and will include a suite of large-scale drawings from […]
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Griffith ends Games partnership on a high

Alumni
The Gold Coast saved its best for last as the 2018 Commonwealth Games came to a captivating end with the staging of the marathon on the final day of competition.
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New treatment for a common wrist injury

Engineering and Education Alliance (GCORE)
Groundbreaking bioengineering and 3D printing technology at Griffith is creating hope for sufferers of Scapholunate Interosseous Ligament (SLIL) injury, the most common of wrist ligament injuries.
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Arts Education Law

Journalism students nominated for mid-year Walkleys

Two Griffith University students have been nominated for a Walkley Young Journalist of the Year Award.
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Centre for Environment and Population Health

Public health workers in the spotlight in new Griffith film

A uniquely Queensland story of strong disaster management in the context of climate change is the focus of a new Griffith University produced film.
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Features

A career in psycho-oncology results in Queen’s Birthday Honours

Professor Suzanne Chambers from Griffith University’s Menzies Health Institute Queensland, has become a recipient of this year's Queen's Birthday Honours with the award of Officer in the General Division of the Order of Australia.
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Features

Dazzling gift for a shining star of drug discovery

An ‘heirloom’ piece of jewellery has been bestowed to Griffith Research Institute for Drug Discovery (GRIDD) Director Professor Jennifer L Martin AC to honour her inspiring achievements in the field.
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Arts Education Law

Allison Baden-Clay’s legacy lives on through MATE Bystander Program

Speaking out or having a conversation with loved ones can be the key to saving lives.
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Features

Griffith launches free online course to open up disability discussion

‘Realising Career Potential: Rethinking Disability’ is a free MOOC (Massive Online Open Course) now open for enrolment that enables learners to see how rehabilitation counsellors help people with disadvantage or disability realise their vocational potential.
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Alumni

Alumnus instrumental in bringing together economics and the Great Barrier Reef

Bachelor of Business alumnus Emily Hayward inspired to pursue environmental economics through Griffith’s economics and sustainability focus.
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Features

Zarraffa’s Coffee serves up $35,000 donation to help Griffith defeat malaria

One of the Gold Coast’s most iconic coffee chains is contributing to world-wide efforts to defeat the malaria parasite with a valuable donation towards research into a novel, world-leading malaria vaccine that is about to be evaluated in clinical trials at Griffith University.
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Features

Griffith launches free online course to improve infection control and combat health pandemics

‘Plagues, Pestilence and Pandemics: Are You Ready?’ is open for enrolment now and enables learners to explore the current and emerging threat of global health pandemics and how we can respond to them effectively.
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Features

Unravelling the genetics of stuttering

 Australian researchers seeking QLD volunteers for nation’s largest ever ‘Genetics of Stuttering Study’
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Australian Research Centre for Human Evolution

Humans may have occupied Indonesian site earlier than previously thought

Renewed excavations at a limestone rock-shelter inhabited by ‘Ice Age’ hunter-gatherers on the Indonesian island of Sulawesi have revealed new evidence for earlier human occupation.
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Australian Research Centre for Human Evolution

Finger bone discovery believed to be from the oldest modern human found in Arabia

Griffith University played a key role in the team behind new research that describes the discovery of a fossil human finger bone at the site of Al Wusta, an ancient freshwater lake located in what is now the hyper-arid Nefud Desert, in Saudi Arabia.
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