Oldest known figurative cave art discovered in Borneo

Australian Research Centre for Human Evolution
Cave paintings in Borneo among the world’s oldest examples of figurative depiction. 
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Human trial success signals next stage of malaria vaccine development

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Initial success in human clinical trials has given hope for the next stage in the development of a new malaria vaccine. 
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Centre for Quantum Dynamics

Griffith’s precision measurement takes it to the limit

Precise measurements of speed, acceleration, material properties and even gravity waves approach the ultimate sensitivity allowed by laws of quantum physics.  
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Griffith Institute for Drug Discovery (GRIDD)

Griffith forms part of blockbuster deal with pharmaceutical giant

Griffith forms part of collaboration with pharmaceutical giant Pfizer to battle cancer.
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Australian Research Centre for Human Evolution

250,000 year-old teeth reveal unprecedented detail about ancient children

250,000 year-old Neanderthal teeth reveal the oldest exposure to lead and the first natural weaning from breastfeeding. 
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Alumni

Celebrating a life in quantum

Some of the biggest names in science and quantum physics will gather to celebrate the scientific career of one of their own on his 60th birthday.
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Griffith Institute for Drug Discovery (GRIDD)

Griffith and the Irwins team up to find lifesaving medications

Griffith University has teamed up with Australia’s most famous family of conservationists in order to unearth and develop lifesaving medications to combat human diseases.  Research scientists from NatureBank, Griffith’s biodiscovery resource, were recently granted access to the 330,000-acre Steve Irwin Wildlife Reserve (SIWR) in Far North Queensland on the back of the relationship forged between Griffith Institute for […]
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Centre for Quantum Dynamics

Potential to control ‘the force’ opens up new toxin filter and storage technologies

Scientists pave the way for the development of filters that could be used to remove toxins from the air or store hydrogen and greenhouse gases. 
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Australian Rivers Institute

High temperature tipping point kills corals’ ability to make ‘cloud umbrellas’

New research uncovers tipping in the ability of corals to protect themselves from bleaching. 
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Arts Education Law

Griffith ideal launching pad into top five emerging jobs

Griffith preparing students for fast-growth jobs with innovative technology degrees to address changing market trends
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Centre for Quantum Dynamics

Growing a passion for STEM

Three-day workshop lets high school students delve into world of physics.
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Australian Rivers Institute

What lies within garners water researcher top nod

Developing a new way to know exactly what’s in the water we use and consume and how it can potentially affect us and the environment has garnered a Griffith researcher with a top honour.  
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Health

Development of a new class of antibiotics gives hope for treating multi-drug resistant bacteria

New type of antibiotic could limit multidrug resistance by targeting and disrupting key elements in bacterial cells.
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Australian Research Centre for Human Evolution

All hail the ‘sacred’ bin chicken

Highly revered 'bin chicken' finds itself at the heart of historic debate on evolution
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Australian Research Centre for Human Evolution

Griffith scientists shine at Young Tall Poppy awards

Emerging scientists at Griffith University have been recognised at the Queensland Young Tall Poppy Science Awards for 2018.
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Australian Rivers Institute

Habitats must be protected to improve fisheries

New research has found that protecting fish habitats is critical to recovering the world’s fisheries.  
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Corporate

Upskilling researchers reaps reward for ICT professional

Griffith University ICT guru credits role in upskilling researchers to boost their outcomes for her win at the 2018 Women in Technology Awards. 
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Griffith School of Environment

Wildlife warriors offer a different view on conservation

Three leaders in wildlife conservation will give voice to their innovative and sometimes controversial concepts when they unite for a unique evening seminar hosted by Griffith University.  
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