In an article in SBS Online, Professor Alex Bellamy comments on the United Nation’s findings implicating Syrian President Bashar al-Assad in war crimes and crimes against humanity committed in the country’s civil war. Read the full article here.
Many people work towards their dream of creating and steering their own company but few achieve that only a few short years after graduating, and then look to expand internationally. Griffith University Masters of International Business graduate Jacob Hansen Karaduman proves it is indeed possible, and hopes to inspire others to follow his footsteps. He […]
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Griffith students will embark on an epic 12-day voyage around the Arctic to document the effects of climate change.
Griffith School of Environment and Science
Urgent action is needed to stave off worldwide insect extinction say scientists in twin papers published in the journal Biological Conservation.
World-first eight-molecule snake venom toxin could be potential drug candidate for conditions like Alzheimer's.