Griffith academic receives prestigious award for fight against child trafficking

Arts Education Law
Child rights lawyer and Griffith Law School academic Kate van Doore has been recognised at this year’s prestigious Anti-Slavery Australia Freedom Awards after more than a year working to increase awareness around the insidious problem of child trafficking through orphanages in developing countries.
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Seagrass study key to ecosystem success

Australian Rivers Institute
Declining seagrass meadows in Moreton Bay will be studied by an international team of researchers to overcome the largest remaining barrier to effective management of the world’s marine resources. The team, led by researchers from the Australian Rivers Institute at Griffith University and funded by the Australian Research Council, will develop new software tools that […]
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Australian Research Council success for Griffith

Arts Education Law
Griffith University has been awarded more than $7.5 million for research into everything from frogs to disease in plants and batteries. The Australian Research Council announced the outcomes from the Discovery Programmes schemes today (November 10), with Griffith receiving 13 ARC Discovery Projects, one Discovery Indigenous, five Discovery Early Career Researcher Awards (DECRA) and one Linkage […]
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Arts Education Law

Research into women in contact sport set to be a game-changer

The incredible surge in popularity of women’s contact sport is a key discussion topic and for a Griffith University academic, it forms the framework of the next phase of her research career. In November’s Australian Research Council Discovery Programmes Scheme funding outcomes, Dr Adele Pavlidis was awarded $317,185 for the project “Women and the rise of contact sport”, […]
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Alumni

Calling all PhD and doctoral alumni

Research and engagement are the driving forces behind a bold campaign by Griffith University to reconnect with all its higher degree research (HDR) graduates. PhD and doctoral alumni are being encouraged to complete an online survey that project leader, Professor Sue Berners-Price, says will provide invaluable information and guidance. “We want to ensure that the […]
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Centre for Work Organisation and Wellbeing

‘Oh my goodness you’re a girl!’: Women engineers and informal networking in Australia

After finishing high school in 1974, Kim Ball applied for to become a cadet hydrographer. She was accepted into the program, but her excitement was soon turned into disappointment when she was asked to call back to arrange details. “I remember that day, I rang the office, and a woman answered, and I said this […]
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Arts Education Law

Griffith lecturer curates blockbuster show at GOMA

It’s been a big week for Queensland College of Art lecturer Dr Rosemary Hawker. She has spent the past five years curating a blockbuster exhibition of Gerhard Richter’s work, which has just opened at GOMA to rave reviews. “It’s been a mammoth undertaking which started back in 2012. “It is on a very large scale […]
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Centre for Governance and Public Policy

International recognition for Griffith academic

A Griffith University expert has been elected to the board of directors for the peak global organisation working against corruption.
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Features

Institute for Glycomics’ fight flu through pioneering collaboration with Fraunhofer

Griffith University is taking on the deadly flu virus through an innovative partnership with German research institutes. Researchers from the Fraunhofer Institute for Toxicology and Experimental Medicine (ITEM) have teamed up with the Hannover Medical School (MHH) and Griffith’s Institute for Glycomics on the Gold Coast for the project called ‘iCAIR – Fraunhofer International Consortium […]
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New rankings show Griffith on the up

Academic performance in scientific research commended
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Griffith Enterprise

Sport technology experts share innovations

The most important sport engineering conference in the world is coming to Brisbane. Timed with the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games (GC2018), and hosted by GC2018 Official Partner, Griffith University, the International Sports Engineering Association (ISEA) 2018 Conference will run from March 26 to 29 with the Australian Sports Technologies Network. Bringing together world leading […]
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Griffith Enterprise

Rapid 3D reality capture to provide security edge

The rapid and detailed scanning of metals is not new, however taking this technology into the field and away from highly controlled labs could help protect the integrity of everything from aeroplanes to military vehicles. Scientists from griffith University on the Gold Coast have refined a system involving high-resolution 3D scanning of moving metal assets […]
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Griffith Sciences

HRH Duke of York visits Institute for Glycomics

His Royal Highness, The Duke of York KG has seen first hand the lifesaving and groundbreaking work Griffith University's leading Institute for Glycomics is doing.
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Corporate

Griffith-led bid for funding a success for QLD Universities

Griffith University will lead a consortium of Queensland Universities following a successful funding bid from the International Education and Training Partnership Fund. The project is designed to enhance the experience of international higher degree by research (HDR) candidates at Queensland Universities. The $90,000 project is to deliver an employability program while building cultural competency and […]
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Engineering and IT

Energy research the way of the future

Griffith University is taking on Tesla in developing powerful battery storage solutions that change the way we use energy. Researchers are developing low-cost and high performance energy storage systems that will allow people to sell power back to the grid when tariffs are the highest. Professor Eddie Zhang and Professor Jun Wei Lu have combined […]
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Centre for Governance and Public Policy

Australia to lead world in protecting whistleblowers: Griffith expert

Australia can become a world leader in protecting whistleblowers if reforms recommended by a parliamentary inquiry are made law, according to a Griffith University expert.
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Arts Education Law

Early Career Research Award for criminology academic

Researching Queensland's policing procedures has proved arresting for Griffith's School of Criminology and Criminal Justice lecturer Dr Elise Sargeant.
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News articles

Griffith research highlights driverless car legal concerns

New research from Griffith University suggests that current fault-based liability processes fail to accommodate autonomous vehicles. The research paper argues the legal definitions for ‘accident’ and ‘personal injury’ will require major reform to account for the inability to establish fault where a vehicle is highly automated. Griffith PhD Law candidate Mark Brady said the question […]
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