Professor Sara McGaughey (Department of Business Strategy and Innovation) spoke to a packed Legislative Council Chamber at Parliament House on March 26, as part of an expert panel discussing Britain’s bitter divisions over Brexit. Joined by co-panelists Dr Frank Mols and Dr Joff Lelliot (University of Queensland), topics included: the history of the UK-EU relationship, […]
Findings out of Griffith's Cities Research Institute have led to a deeper understanding of the impact of the daily school drop-off on the active and independent mobility of children.
Griffith researchers have demonstrated that bank and gully erosion contributes more than 90 per cent of sediment loads to the GBR in many catchments.
Professor Emeritus Dick Drew and colleagues have documented more than 500 new fruit fly species and studied all known species across south-east Asia and the Pacific region.
By Pamela Finckenberg-Broman Law Futures Centre Research Candidate The international legal regime is facing a crisis, again. This is evident from numerous speeches (United Nations Secretary-General Kofi Annan speech)conferences and publications. While these crises are due to multiple reasons, one of these is the lack of coherence and synchronisation in/of international economic relations. In order […]
Small changes can make a big difference to improving patient care, as proven in research conducted by Griffith University’s Menzies Health Institute Queensland into the most commonly used hospital medical device.
The value of the 53km of open beaches on the Gold Coast can be found in the 13 million visitors that the city welcomes each year. While the Gold Coast’s famed sandy shores and surf breaks are enjoyed by tourists and locals alike, the work undertaken by the Griffith Centre for Coastal Management (GCCM) over […]