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13 June 2019
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21 April 2016

Federal elections experts

Griffith has a range of experts available for commentary and analysis on the 2016 federal election.

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18 April 2024
Griffith Business School Building, Gold Coast campus

Hospitality and Leisure Management subjects among the best in the world

Griffith Business School has again proved itself to be among the best in the world. With the release of the...

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4 May 2023

Griffith affirms support for Voice to Parliament

Griffith University has affirmed its support for an Indigenous Voice to Parliament in the terms set out in the proposed referendum to change the Constitution.

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20 February 2020

Clinical trial into improving stroke pain and mobility a ‘game-changer’

Clinical trial results find one-third of participants experienced immediate loss of pain and majority experienced significant improvements in their movement.

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10 May 2013
Griffith academic Sharyn Rundle-Thiele sits behind her office desk.

Marketing researchers get to heart of Mater

Honours students at Griffith University’s Department of Marketing carried out extensive market research in the development of a new maternity...

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10 June 2024
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10 May 2024
Gorgonian Sea Fan

Coal versus coral

In Gladstone, amid shipping traffic and industrial landscapes, the Australian cultural cringe is palpable, torn between pride in resources and prospect of environmental devastation as observed by Dr Kerrie Foxwell-Norton.

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21 February 2023

Chatting about ChatGPT

In November 2022, the release of ChatGPT, a free-to-use chatbot based on GPT-3, brought powerful language models to the public. The educational sector faced a dilemma as the bot's ability to assist in writing essays and passing exams sparked debates on whether to embrace or ban its use.

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1 November 2022
Twitter

Is Elon Musk going to blow up Twitter?

In the ongoing saga of Elon Musk's on-again, off-again acquisition of Twitter, the master plan seems now to be emerging months later, a Swiss Army knife-like app.

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