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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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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Centre for Quantum Dynamics

Griffith physicist bound for prestigious Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting

Griffith physicist among the 10 young physicists from Australia chosen to attend the 69th Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting in Germany.  
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Griffith Health

Global threats put under the Griffith microscope at World Science Festival Brisbane

If humankind is to survive the health and environmental issues facing us, then Griffith University researchers will be squarely in the mix with solutions as World Science Festival Brisbane (20-24 March, 2019) urges us to find brave new ideas before we risk our own extinction. The only World Science Festival held outside of New York, […]
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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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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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Australian Research Centre for Human Evolution

Sophisticated monkey hunting aids human colonisation of South Asian rainforest

Oldest and longest record of specialised active primate hunting offers insights into how people inhabited extreme environment.  
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Cities Research Institute

Microsoft AI for Earth win boosts green infrastructure carbon research

Duo will create and deploy model to predict below-ground carbon content based on above ground image data. 
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Australian Rivers Institute

Carbon economy and wetland protection to benefit from new app

New app calculates carbon value of mangroves and their emissions if removed.  
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Griffith School of Environment

Research review bolsters nanoarchitecture material as quick, effective and inexpensive cancer detection

Team highlights low-cost cancer detection using new class of magnetic nanomaterials.
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Griffith Enterprise

Diamonds and pencils – how investigating their relationship can support health and technology advances

Researchers now understand at what point the two compounds become more stable than the other, and it could mean big things for material developments.
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Griffith Enterprise

Birds could be key in reducing spread of Ross River virus

Researcher digs deeper into how virus is spread and suppressed by our wildlife.
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Australian Rivers Institute

Listening in on wildlife to aid Murray Darling wetlands

Griffith researcher eavesdrops on ecosystems to monitor wetland restoration outcomes via water allocations. 
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Environmental Futures Research Institute

Researchers find termites capable of mitigating drought impact on rainforests

New study reveals termites can lessen the effects of drought in tropical rainforests. 
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Australian Rivers Institute

‘Freshwater orchestra’ of singing fish and insects a new tool in river health monitoring

Researchers lead ecoacoustic study into river health monitoring by recording fish, insects and water flow. 
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Australian Research Centre for Human Evolution

DNA research could enable repatriation of ancient Aboriginal remains

Advanced DNA technology to help return ancient remains to resting places.
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