Australian Rivers Institute

Marine megafauna close to the coast but far from safe

Findings prompts call to include habitat links in species’ extinction assessments and recovery plans. 
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Australian Rivers Institute

Cheers – charge your glass with a Griffith scientist

Science will be on tap when researchers trade the lab for the pub.
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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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Griffith Centre for Coastal Management

Big Bird’s take-off escalates GC climate change research

Buoy to help planners ‘future proof’ Gold Coast’s beaches and waterways against climate change and extreme storms. 
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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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Griffith Enterprise

Test improves the odds when cancer strikes the brain

Treatment reverses resistance to commonly used brain cancer drug.
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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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Cities Research Institute

Students’ green stormwater research gets nod from Microsoft

Duo will create and deploy model to predict below-ground carbon content based on above ground image data. 
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Australian Research Centre for Human Evolution

Griffith dates bones of new human species found in Philippines

A Griffith University researcher has played a key role in the international multidisciplinary team that has discovered a new human species in a Philippines cave.   Professor Rainer Grün, Director of Griffith’s Australian Research Centre for Human Evolution (ARCHE), used uranium series analysis to date the teeth and bones from three small hominid individuals found in […]
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Centre for Quantum Dynamics

Researchers develop quantum device to generate possible futures

Griffith's researchers construct a prototype quantum device that generates all possible futures in a simultaneous quantum superposition.
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Griffith School of Environment and Science

‘Trapping young lad – PhD student key in discovery of new trapdoor spider species

Four new species of iconic spider found in Queensland.
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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

Hon Karen Andrews MP launches Griffith’s Sea Jellies Illuminated

Official launch pf partnership celebrates union of research and tourism.
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Centre for Quantum Dynamics

Measuring tunneling time – physicists solve great mystery of the quantum world

Griffith physicists measure definitive time it takes a particle to tunnel through a barrier in a world first.  
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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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Australian Research Centre for Human Evolution

Geochemical ‘stamp’ offers fresh hope for repatriation of unprovenanced human remains

Investigating geochemical signatures in surface geology and ancient remains could aid repatriation of Indigenous skeletons to their place of origin.
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Australian Research Centre for Human Evolution

Tools in world’s oldest tattoo kit made from human bone

Intricate, multi-toothed tools found to be 2700 years old, making them the oldest confirmed tattooing combs found in Oceania. 
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