Engineering, IT and aviation

Novel heat-absorbing material could reduce reliance on air-conditioning

Year-long experiment reveals material has the ability to absorb more heat than concrete. 
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Centre for Quantum Dynamics

Griffith’s STEM Roadshow rolls into Toowoomba 

Some of the best names in STEM (science, technology, engineering, mathematics) research will offer valuable insight into various fields of study when Griffith University’s STEM Roadshow arrives in Toowoomba on May 14.  Griffith experts with knowledge and experience in wide-ranging STEM industries – including engineering, environmental science, aviation, IT and urban planning – will be on hand to answer prospective students’ questions about the diverse programs offered at […]
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Architecture, construction and planning

Griffith touches down in Cairns for STEM Roadshow

Griffith experts bound for Cairns to offer one-on-one advice to prospective students.
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Architecture

Griffith adds design expertise to Spit Master Plan

Archictecture students put their stamp on the Gold Coast Spit Master Plan with creative design proposals. 
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Arts Education Law

Griffith lends expertise to $329m marine research centre

Seafood, marine renewable energy and offshore marine engineering experts unite for Blue Economy Coorperative Research Centre.
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Engineering, IT and aviation

Letting natural light in highlights benefits for workers

Favouring the use of natural light over office lighting saves costs, energy and supports mood and sleep. 
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Aviation

Aviation Flight Camp puts students in the pilot seat

High school students take to the skies alongside Qantas, Airbus and Royal Flying Doctor Service.
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Architecture, construction and planning

Griffith Sciences play large role in ERA 2018 research success 

Results highlight Griffith Science’s success in various broad and specific fields of research.
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Architecture

Griffith STEM Roadshow bound for Darwin

STEM researchers offer Darwin students insights into life at Griffith.
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Australian Rivers Institute

Griffith’s Women in STEM step up for 2019 Prize

Griffith STEM researchers offer diverse projects for QLD Women in STEM Prize.
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Cities Research Institute

Workers’ productivity not guaranteed at 22°C

Research finds setting the thermostat at 22°C is no guarantee for encouraging or maintaining productivity.
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Alumni

Griffith alumnus taking on Everest to help fight cancer

Linda Quinn is aiming to raise $35,000 for the Cherish Women's Cancer Foundation.
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Griffith School of Engineering and Built Environment

Kungullanji Indigenous Conference showcases emerging researchers’ insights

Program offers research placements for Griffith University’s undergraduate Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students.
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Architecture

What it takes to make a healthy, happy city in a tropical climate

Workshop offers insights into the key ingredients to create a livable city in warm environments.
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Engineering, IT and aviation

Wave energy – researchers examine influence of wave climate variability in power conversion

Wave energy advocates argue that consistency is an advantage in the mix of renewable energy technologies, particularly in a future low-emission society.   New research by Griffith University reveals seasonal and inter-annual variations in wave energy generation are considerable and should be factored into wave energy feasibility assessments.  Scientists from Griffith’s School of Engineering and Built […]
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Engineering, IT and aviation

Civil engineering academic builds on success with journal appointment

Griffith academic takes on a lead role at a world-renowned civil engineering journal.  
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Engineering, IT and aviation

Awards mark excellence in Griffith Sciences

Griffith Sciences awards highlight achievement of professional and academic staff for 2018.
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Engineering, IT and aviation

Griffith puts timber buildings to the test

For the first time in the world, the behaviour of mass timber buildings to resist the loss of a main structural element is investigated.
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