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24 February 2023

Earth’s poorest pay highest price for human-wildlife conflict

Research finds individuals farming with cattle in developing countries up to 8 times more vulnerable than those in developed economies.

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9 November 2022
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5 May 2019
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14 December 2018
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10 May 2021

Drug target pathway could unlock treatments for diabetes, cancer and COVID

Scientists have visualised and investigated a key molecular pathway that could one day help treat inflammation, diabetes, cancer, infectious diseases and potentially even COVID-19.

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27 February 2020
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28 November 2019
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22 November 2017
Smiling Science graduate Emma Dale, holding a red panda.

Emma Dale: On the trail of the Red Panda

Griffith University alumnus Emma Dale knows a thing or two about the wild animals wolves, marmots, wild horses, red pandas and bears. Her work has seen here awarded was awarded the prestigious John Monash scholarship to attend the University of Oxford where she will study the behavioural ecology of carnivores with a focus on conservation and preservation.

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22 November 2017
Aloysious Ssemaganda

A quest out of Africa

The fight against malaria has a distinctly personal connection for Uganda-born Aloysious Ssemaganda, who knows the disease only too well. Aloysious has joined Professor Good, from Griffith University’s Institute for Glycomics, in a bid to beat malaria.

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31 July 2015
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