Research breakthrough signals new treatment hopes

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A breakthrough in cancer research at Griffith University could signal important changes in the treatment of the disease and lead to stronger anti-cancer vaccines. Associate Professor Steve Ralph believes the results of a key cancer research project are significant because of the marked effect in slowing down the growth of tumours. “We have shown that […]

Griffith University to visit Africa in May of 2011

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Mr. Anthony Bradley, the Regional Manager for Africa for Griffith International will be visiting South Africa, Ghana and Kenya over the next two weeks (10to to 18th May). If you would like to meet with Anthony and have any queries about studying in Australia at Griffith University, please attend one of these events or contact […]

Tallebudgera wins ‘Clean Beaches’ Awards

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Tallebudgera Beach on Queensland’s Gold Coast has been announced as the Overall Winner of the Keep Australia Beautiful, Australian Clean Beaches Awards for 2010/2011. As well as winning the overall Australian title, Tallebudgera picked up awards in the Community Action and Partnerships, Litter Prevention and Young Legends categories. Australian Clean Beaches National Judge, David Moy, said […]

Griffith continues commitment to sustainability

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Kay Ollett has been appointed as Griffith’s Project Officer – Sustainability Policy. This is a new role for the University, created to reinforce our commitment to sustainability. Kay says her role involves a diverse range of challenges. “The initial task is to identify sustainable practices and activities already going on at Griffith. “I will be […]

Awards aplenty for Griffith’s creative campus

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Elly Hoyt, Queensland Conservatorium jazz vocal graduate, has won a Bell Award for Best Australian Jazz Vocal 2011 for her first self titled CD. Elly joins a growing list of recent national award winners, and nominees from the South Bank campus. Jazz is a highly complex and specialised music form and Elly’s natural affinity for […]

Institute home to leading research projects

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An innovative new program using some of the world’s most up-to-date technology to analyse the body’s movement of muscle and bones signals the continued evolution and growth of the Griffith Health Institute. Three new directors have taken up positions with the Griffith Health Institute, including Professor Wendy Moyle who is now the Director of the […]