Research finds individuals farming with cattle in developing countries up to 8 times more vulnerable than those in developed economies.
Creator of unique artworks a mystery for nearly a century — until now.
Griffith University alumnus Tanner Noakes and Professor Naomi Sunderland have each been awarded Fulbright scholarships. The Fulbright Program is a flagship foreign exchange scholarship program of the United States of America that aims to increase binational research collaboration, cultural understanding, and the exchange of ideas. Mr Noakes was selected for the Fulbright Queensland Scholarship based […]
How will we cope as the summers get longer and hotter? Who will suffer the most? How will we find solutions?Following the launch of the Climate Justice Observatory, Professor Susan Harris Rimmer travelled to Birdsville to listen and learn about how the community experiences heat and adapts to heat in rural areas.
Griffith University researchers are making inroads in ovarian cancer research looking at early detection signs and how the disease spreads through the body.
Griffith Sport launched its Pride in Sport Strategy, which embraces diversity of gender, bodies and sexualities and demonstrates a commitment to create environments that are visibly inclusive and welcoming.
Research finds food fed to farmed chicken and salmon accounts for 78% and over 67% of their environmental impacts.