Associate Professor Michael Heazle responds to the Sea Shepherd’s Captain Paul Watson on the politics and science of whaling on the Lowy Institute’s blog. Read the full debate here: http://www.lowyinterpreter.org/post/2013/03/15/Whaling-Japan-does-conduct-research.aspx
Business and government
Academics from Griffith Business School (GBS) collaborated with a leading global consultancy firm to design and implement a survey to discover what one thousand top CEOs think about the power of a CEO’s purpose. The findings revealed CEOs from leading worldwide brands like The Body Shop, Ernst & Young and Delta Air Lines are now […]
Paving the way for personalised medicine, Griffith University researchers will use stem cells from nasal biopsies of people with schizophrenia to discover potential new therapies for this debilitating disease. Schizophrenia is a life-long condition first diagnosed in early adulthood, costing the Australian government about $1.44 billion and the general community $2.25 billion annually. The few […]
Hundreds are expected to hit the ground running at Griffith’s annual Toohey Trail Run, Sunday 9 October, and the call is out for more to join the bitumen to bush challenge. Elite Student Ambassador and Australian Olympian Riley Day said the iconic community Fun Run provides an exciting all-terrain course. “The lush Toohey Forest surrounding […]
Australian Rivers Institute
A Griffith study has found the amount of diverse seeds stored in abandoned land in the Murray-Darling Basin and essential paddock trees, make the region highly resilient to agriculture.