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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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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Australian Rivers Institute

Researchers confirm 50-year decline of shark numbers continues

Data reveals consistent and widespread declines of apex sharks along Queensland coastline.
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Centre for Quantum Dynamics

Researchers leap closer to quantum computing with new optical microchip

Development of a new microchip puts future quantum computing in reach.
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Engineering, IT and aviation

Awards mark excellence in Griffith Sciences

Griffith Sciences awards highlight achievement of professional and academic staff for 2018.
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Australian Research Centre for Human Evolution

New evidence of early humans in North Africa more than half a million years older than previous findings

Discovery indicates ancient humans occupied site more than half a million years earlier than previously thought. 
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Health

Griffith shares in $5 million for ground-breaking stroke research

A Griffith researcher has shared in a $5 million grant to develop ground-breaking research on stroke prevention. The Heart Foundation announced Professor Michael Good, from Griffith’s Institute for Glycomics, as one of the two Australian researchers who will share in the one-off grant open to researchers who could demonstrate they were working on innovative, internationally […]
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Arts Education Law

Griffith academics to share expertise at key UN climate change conference

Griffith delegation to engage at highest level of global climate policy.
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Compounds Australia

New ACRF centre in Compounds Australia at Griffith to benefit from $2m grant

Governor-General bestows $2 million grant to fund a transformative compound management platform within Australia's only dedicated compound management facility.   
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Environmental Futures Research Institute

Conservation conundrum: Why China’s bid to legalise rhino horn trade is no black and white issue

Legalising horn trade could have surprising benefits for rhino conservation if done correctly
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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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