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31 October 2022

Flesh-eating bugs get to work on animal bone dataset

Beetles 'clean' bones needed by researcher to create modern reference library for Australian fauna.

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31 October 2022
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28 October 2022

New research suggests nose picking could increase risk for Alzheimer’s and dementia

Griffith University researchers have demonstrated that a bacteria can travel through the olfactory nerve in the nose and into the brain in mice, where it creates markers that are a tell-tale sign of Alzheimer’s disease.

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27 October 2022
Kiera McClelland and prac students acting as helpers at the WCC Sports Carnival

Speech Pathology changing communication from the Gold Coast

Griffith University established the Master of Speech Pathology course in 2012 in response to the increasing need for services locally.

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27 October 2022

Griffith University achieves a stellar outcome for sustainability

Griffith University has been ranked 66th globally in the inaugural QS Sustainability Ranking 2023 including first in Queensland overall, and 6th in Australia for its efforts in sustainability.

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26 October 2022
Energy

Explaining Australia’s energy prices and government intervention

Professor Joel Gilmour explains the primary drivers of wholesale energy prices: building new generation, supply and demand, and the cost of existing generation have combined to increase household energy prices to unprecedented levels. How can the Albanese government intervene?

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25 October 2022

Between different worlds

Antarctica is both a physical locality and an imaginary possibility – as a pivot around which the world turns, it has proven historically to be a space where human ideas of exploration, investigation and fantasy have played out.

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25 October 2022
Nose picking

Why picking your nose is dangerous

Picking your nose and plucking the hairs from your nose are not good ideas, particularly if you don’t want to get diseases like Alzheimer’s . A growing body of evidence shows that damaging the lining of your nose gives bacteria and viruses a clear pathway to the brain, where they create some of the pathologies of dementia and Alzheimer’s disease.

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25 October 2022
Angus Brawley

Taking his voice global for climate change

Griffith University electrical and electronic engineering student Angus Brawley has been selected as one of 13 new Global Voices Scholars.

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25 October 2022

Griffith walks the supply chain with mango farmers to improve trade outcomes

Griffith visit sheds light for farmers on what’s required to successfully supply a modern retailer.

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