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23 October 2023
Tess Newton Cain at the launch of the Defence Diplomacy tracker in Washington DC.

Researchers launch new “Defence Diplomacy in the Pacific” Tracker

Griffith Asia Institute, in partnership with Massey University, launched a “Defence Diplomacy in the Pacific” tracker in Washington DC last...

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5 October 2023

Vaccine via the nasal passage could be the new line of defence against Strep A

As Streptococcus A cases continue to be prevalent in Queensland and internationally, a new nasal vaccine could provide long-term protection from the deadly bacteria.

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28 September 2020
Matthew Keech.

Transferrable skills the key to graduate’s Defence career

Matthew Keech knew he wanted to challenge himself and to go above and beyond expectations, and he knew Griffith was the place where he could be remarkable.

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3 August 2020
Dr Thomas Ve

Understanding enzymes linked to neurodegeneration and antiviral defence focus of Future Fellowship

Structural biologist Dr Thomas Ve from the Institute for Glycomics has been awarded an Australian Research Council Future Fellowship.

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14 April 2020

‘Self-defence’ with the help of allies in cyberspace? Collective countermeasures and international law

In 2019 Estonia adopted the position that states not directly impacted by a cyber attack could apply countermeasures to support...

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4 June 2018
Professor Howard Wiseman, Director of Griffith University's Centre for Quantum Dynamics

Griffith selected for defence project research

Griffith University is among a select of group universities chosen to conduct joint research with US universities on priority defence projects.

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8 May 2018

Stability and growth drive 2018 Budget defence portfolio

The primary outlays in the Defence portfolio are once again fixed personnel costs, continuing global operations, and phased capability acquisitions.

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19 December 2017
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9 May 2017

Defence holding steady

  While the 2017 Defence budget confirms a commitment to large-scale projects currently in play, an emphasis on job creation...

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24 April 2014

In defence of social service

You might assume that social work, as one of Australia’s oldest and well-established caring professions, needn’t worry about its future. You’d be wrong. Far-reaching changes to organisational culture and workplace practices in recent years have left many social workers deeply concerned about the direction of the profession. Adjunct Associate Professor Richard Hill reports from Griffith's School of Human Services and Social Work.

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