Architecture

Simple way to save money and the planet a breath of fresh air 

Simply opening a window at night could save building managers money and help save the environment, according to a Griffith University researcher.  
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Architecture, construction and planning

Research reveals high carbon capture potential in green stormwater systems

Engineering and ecological science unite to reveal carbon capture is a significant phase in the carbon footprint life cycle of vegetated stormwater systems. 
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Architecture

Griffith’s STEM Showcase is bound for Darwin

The best names in STEM research are bound for Darwin for Griffith's STEM Showcase.
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Architecture

Art and architecture unite to offer a bold vision

Vivid artwork and architecture have intertwined in a Griffith Master of Architecture student’s research project, which aims to “connect people to place without four walls and a pitched roof”.
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Architecture, construction and planning

Brainiacs and ExSTEMinators crowned STEM Cup champions

Brainiacs and ExSTEMinators crowned winners on the final day of the STEM Cup.
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Alumni

Environmental mission spreads from remote village to the world

Only the third person from his Nepali village to receive a PhD, Griffith University alumnus Dr Hum Gurung has dedicated his professional life to environmental conservation, becoming a global leader in the field
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Architecture, construction and planning

Griffith makes Australian top 10 on research publication rankings

Griffith University is in the top ten of Australian institutions according to a new performance measure ranking universities on a range of published research criteria.
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Architecture, construction and planning

Cities stand to benefit from new infrastructure in 2018 Qld Budget

The budget strikes a reasonable balance between the encouragement of growth and measures to help manage it.
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Architecture, construction and planning

Kakadu crocodiles mostly dine out

Large crocodiles in the Alligator Rivers region of north Australia do much of their dining not within their rivers or estuaries, but on feral pigs and other terrestrial animals visiting the waterways, a new study has revealed. The work, published in PLOS ONE, forms part of a larger study of river and floodplain food-webs led […]
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Architecture, construction and planning

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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Architecture, construction and planning

Griffith adds climate change expertise to world-leading report

Two Griffith University academics are among the world’s best in climate change research to be named as authors in the next report from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC).
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Architecture, construction and planning

Remains confirmed as the oldest known species of human fossil found in Western Europe

New dating research led by Griffith University has confirmed the great antiquity of fossil remains attributed to a species of human called Homo antecessor found in Spain.
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Architecture, construction and planning

Award marks a lifetime of ground-breaking ecological research

One of Griffith University’s brightest minds in ecology has been awarded a prestigious award to mark a lifetime of achievement in biological diversity research discoveries.
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Architecture, construction and planning

Griffith expertise improving vital fresh water management in SE Asia

Nowhere else in the world is there a greater need for investment to address water management issues than the Indo-Pacific region, and especially SE Asia.  The region represents the confluence of outstanding freshwater biodiversity values, high societal dependence on fisheries (and other ecosystem services that healthy rivers and wetlands provide), and a high level of […]
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Architecture, construction and planning

So – just how dirty is your tea towel?

Two Griffith University academics have put a breakfast radio team's tea towels under the microscope to reveal just how many germs like to call them home.
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Architecture, construction and planning

Turn over a new LEAF at the 2018 Logan Eco Action Festival

Glossy black-cockatoo research and an innovative native plants app will be on show when Griffith University hosts the 2018 Logan Eco Action Festival, also known as LEAF.
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Architecture, construction and planning

Griffith STEM Showcase bound for Mackay and Rockhampton

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 Showcase touches down in Mackay on May 29 and Rockhampton on May 30. Griffith University experts with expertise in wide-ranging STEM industries including engineering, environmental science, aviation, IT and urban […]
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Architecture, construction and planning

New book hopes to slow down the ‘Fantasia’ of harmful algal blooms

Smelly, murky water. Damage to the Great Barrier Reef. Toxic build-up in fish that can be deadly when eaten.
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