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14 June 2024

Low-sodium alternatives can lead to major health gains in Indonesia

Excess sodium intake and a lack of potassium are major contributing factors towards high blood pressure in Indonesia, prompting calls for low-sodium potassium-rich salt substitutes (LSSS) to be readily available to improve health and curb health costs.

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14 May 2024

Newly formed Centre aims to transform our understanding of violence against women

Eliminating violence against women is one of the major challenges of the 21st century. Awareness of the problem has grown...

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12 April 2024

Bold experiment hailed a success by GAI and AIIA Queensland

“Well I can say one thing for sure, we will be having Griffith Asia Institute back” commented Paul Lucas, President...

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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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3 October 2023

Tiny fish could be key to develop treatment against MND

Grant to further research into the surprising role fish could play in modelling debilitating disease.

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20 July 2023

Early Career Researchers gain insights into policy-making

A group of Early Career Researchers (ECRs) from Griffith Business School recently embarked on a two-day ‘Canberra Showcase’ organised by...

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9 March 2023

Groundbreaking centre to end violence against women

Griffith University researchers have embarked on a groundbreaking project to end violence against women, gaining one of the biggest single...

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16 February 2023
Replacement

What makes the idea of civilisations being replaced so popular again?

The idea of a "great" replacement has been the source of extremist politics for some time, it has entered the mainstream through a gradual process of normalisation since the turn of the century. These views are grounded in a mythology that civilisations are racially and culturally distinct and fixed in time. Dr Susan de Groot Heupner considers the role of “great” replacement and premillennialism as they relate to the Wieambilla siege.

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15 November 2022
Interns at industry briefing with TIQ in Seoul

Griffith Asia Business Interns are heading back to Asia again

The Griffith Asia Business Internship Program or ‘GABI’, started in early November, with 31 students kickstarting careers and establishing professional...

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6 July 2022

Underwater cave fossil site gains state protections

Now protected underwater cave site contains the only known extensive underwater vertebrate fossil deposits in Australia.

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