Research shows bank levy will hit customersDepartment of Accounting, Finance and Economics
Studies of European countries show that bank taxes similar to the 0.06% bank levy introduced by the government in the 2017 federal budget will be largely borne by customers, not shareholders.
International scholarship brings a brush with royaltyEnvironment, planning and architecture
Opera grads hitting a high noteAlumni
Griffith students receive prestigious Commonwealth Games scholarshipsBusiness and government
Australian Institute for Suicide Research and Prevention
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Department of Accounting, Finance and Economics
Not for one second did she think twice about what she should do. Her son had sustained a devastating spinal cord injury as a result of a road traffic accident, which had left him without feeling or movement from the chest down. But she knew whatever happened now from then on, she would always be by his side.
Griffith University scientists have found exercise-response monitoring is crucial for maximising the safety and effectiveness of undertaking exercise. Published in SpringerPlus in time for Exercise Right Week (22-28 May), the Gold Coast study examined if so called 'mood-state' assessment could be used to non-invasively indicate the stress-recovery balance in the body at a molecular level, following resistance-exercise.
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