Biodiversity

World-first innovation accelerates process to safeguard environment and wildlife

World-first data analysis platform, EcoCommons has been launched, transforming our ability to understand the impacts of the climate crisis on Australia’s environment and native species.
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Corporate

Griffith a bright spark with new solar farm

A new solar farm in regional Queensland will be a bright spark for the future of Griffith University’s power needs, a big step in the right direction. University Chief Operating Officer Peter Bryant said all five of Griffith’s campuses will use power from the Columboola Solar Farm near Miles, which will provide 50 per cent […]
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Alumni

Australia’s new national anti-corruption body a testament to Griffith research and perseverance

Griffith research has been at the forefront of the development and establishment of Australia's long-awaited National Anti-Corruption Commission
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ADaPT

Paralympic basketballer joins Griffith academics 

As captain of Australia’s National Wheelchair Basketball team at the 2020 Tokyo Paralympics, Georgia Munro-Cook saw first-hand how inequalities can aggregate, manifesting in unfair outcomes that cut across gender and ability.  She is now putting that understanding into practice by being appointed a Research Fellow at Griffith University’s Inclusive Futures: Reimagining Disabilities Beacon.  “I’m passionate […]
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Disability

Griffith Health welcomes Dean (Academic) Linda Agnew 

Adversity comes in many forms and Professor Linda Agnew has overcome her fair share having grown up in rural Queensland, being first in her family to attend university and managing as a mature age student while caring for four children.  Losing her sight to a degenerative retinal condition in the middle of her PhD was […]
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Arts Education Law

17 ARC Discovery Projects for Griffith researchers in 2023

Griffith University researchers will lead 17 new Discovery Projects across a broad field of knowledge after being awarded over $7.735 million from the Australian Research Council.
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Gold Coast Health and Knowledge Precinct

Griffith highlights role of employers to shift future for disabled workers 

Griffith promotes workforce diversity and inclusion during Disability Action Week and asks employers to ‘open-up to opportunity’.
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Corporate

The Honourable Anna Bligh AC joins forces with Griffith University to fight malaria

Griffith University, the Institute for Glycomics and Rotary are thrilled to announce The Honourable Anna Bligh AC will become the inaugural National Ambassador for its Malaria Vaccine Project.
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Clem Jones Centre for Neurobiology and Stem Cell Research

Griffith team start spinal cord injury rehabilitation trial

Griffith University is seeking five people living with spinal cord injury to be part of stage two of an innovative trial which will test intensive rehabilitation for those living with chronic spinal cord paralysis.
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Disability and Rehabilitation

Thinktank to increase disability access to sport, recreation and tourism

Griffith's Inclusivity in Play Pitch Festival convened close to 100 experts from a variety of knowledge backgrounds to co-create solutions that will increase participation and access to sport, recreation and tourism for Queenslanders with disability.
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Griffith Asia Institute

Griffith helps place value on livestock disease in Indonesia

Researchers from the Griffith Asia Institute (GAI) have teamed up with the Indonesian National Research and Innovation Agency (BRIN) and the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO) to pilot the Global Burden of Animal Diseases (GBADs) Framework in Indonesia. GBADs is a global health initiative, funded by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, which […]
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GUMURRII

Dream Big with Deadly U 

Griffith University will host 150 Indigenous high school students from around Southeast Queensland at the Deadly U Experience, an on-campus event designed to raise aspirations toward tertiary education. 
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Australian Rivers Institute

Goals for mangrove recovery must be based on science

A rapid scale up in mangrove restoration is required if the Australian Government hopes to reach the goals of a recently announced partnership with the Mangrove Alliance for Climate
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Centre for Planetary Health and Food Security

Climate and human-driven habitat destruction alter bat behaviour and increase Hendra virus spillover risk

Data spanning 25 years explores impacts climate and land-use change have on bat behaviour and Hendra spillover.
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Architecture

Long-running success continues for Griffith planning stars

Griffith students and graduates dominate awards for third year running.
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Arts Education Law

Griffith seeks EOI for 2026 Brisbane CBD campus

Griffith University’s new CBD campus is on-track to open in 2026 with expressions of interest being sought from landlords and developers from today.
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Griffith Sports College

Griffith University and Queensland Thunder team up to make a splash

The Queensland Thunder water polo team is set to make a splash ahead of the 2023 season, sporting a dash of red as Griffith University becomes its newest sponsor. Griffith Director of Sports Engagement Duncan Free OAM said the sponsorship agreement will provide added benefits to the women’s and men’s teams. “The partnership will allow […]
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Australian Rivers Institute

Can we meet basic human needs without destabilising the planet?

To meet basic human needs across the globe without breaching environmental limits will require a redistribution of resources and a transformation of society
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