The Audi Foundation is supporting Griffith University’s School of Engineering and Built Environment students by generously donating an Audi A7 for them to study. As one of the most advanced luxury cars on the market today, students have the amazing opportunity to investigate the technology used in the vehicle and gain practical, real-world skills and […]
Constructed wetlands act as a barrier preventing the spread of microplastics through the environment, a Griffith-led study has found.
Dr Riona Tindal Senior Disability Advisor – DSSP Student Disability and Accessibility, Student Success Student Life, Griffith University Relying on Auslan interpreters can be empowering and disempowering at the same time. You just must trust they will translate what you are saying correctly, and you are constantly monitoring what the audience is responding to the […]
This week, for our very first Inclusive Futures: Reimagining Disability Blog, we are joined by a selection of guests who represent the Deaf and hard of hearing community as part of the National Week of Deaf People (NWDP). An initiative of Deaf Australia, the National Week of Deaf People is a week-long national celebration of […]
A new smart planter is set to provide a simple and efficient way to green buildings and surfaces where conventional planting is impossible.
Four Griffith research projects secure ARC funding.
Researchers have shed light on the story behind a large sandstone rock art site in Central Queensland that features seven star-like designs, large snake-like designs, six-toed human feet and even a penis. Professor Paul Tacon and Dr Andrea Jalandoni from the Griffith Centre for Social and Cultural Research and Australian Research Centre for Human Evolution […]