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7 June 2024

$8.2 million to transform tourism on the Savannah Way

Tourism experts secured an $8.2 million grant for the Etheridge Shire to transform tourism on the Savannah Way.

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20 February 2023
Australia seen from space

A Theory of Place

Griffith University's Chancellor Andrew Fraser asks us to consider our our provenance. He asks us about place, posits questions of patriotism, of people with a fidelity, about loyalty, connection of place, and of belonging.

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26 September 2022

The Power of Podcast with Hedley Thomas

In this instalment of Griffith University’s A Better Future for All series, Kerry O’Brien talks with the award-winning investigative journalist and podcaster Hedley Thomas.

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16 August 2022

Bacteria use genetic switch to defend death by metals

Griffith University researchers have discovered a genetic switch in a common bacterium that helps defend itself against the human body’s...

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28 June 2021
Professor John Rasko

In Conversation with Professor John Rasko AO

Professor John Rasko is a globally pre-eminent physician-scientist whose work on regenerative medicine and biotechnology is fundamentally changing our understanding...

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3 March 2021
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28 November 2018

Griffith researchers earn more than $5m in ARC Discovery funding for 2019

The Minister for Education, the Honorable Dan Tehan, announced the outcomes of the ARC’s Discovery and Linkage program applications on Tuesday.

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8 November 2016

QCA student showcases work at awards ceremony

Queensland College of Art student Robyn Pell has been recognised by the Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk, with her work taking centre stage at a prestigious awards ceremony. Robyn, 47, won a commission to design and craft a series of trophies for the Premier of Queensland’s Export Awards.

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18 October 2016

Griffith fosters award-winning artists

Queensland College of Art students are proving that they are at the top of their game, scooping up the major...

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12 September 2016

QCA student wins Swell Sculpture Festival prize

Queensland College of Art postgraduate student Alicia Lane has scooped the $15,000 top prize at the Swell Sculpture Festival. Ms Lane,43, took out the Swell Sculpture Award with her work titled Rainforest Remnants, which was acquired by a private collector.

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