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25 November 2014

Griffith opens lab for robots in aged care

How robots can improve care for people in aged care is the focus this week (Tues 25 Nov) at Griffith University’s Social Robotics and Assistive Technology Laboratory opening.

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14 November 2013

Samuel Johnson raises breast cancer awareness at the Coast

Being breast cancer aware and educating Australia on the importance of early detection is the name of the game as actor Samuel Johnson arrives at Griffith’s Gold Coast campus this week (Nov 14).

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13 July 2011

Worldwide move to contain silent killer

A Griffith Health Institute researcher is playing a key role in a transcontinental move to arrest the effects of one...

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20 April 2023

Innovative alliance set to train the next generation of health workers

Four of Australia’s leading education institutions have formed an innovative collaboration with the Northern NSW Local Health District to grow and train the next generation of skilled healthcare workers and pave the way for improved health outcomes in Northern NSW.

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4 April 2023
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Sovereign Citizens: Eccentrics or Extremists?

Sovereign citizens or ‘sovcitz’ reject the authority of the government and legal systems. The COVID-19 pandemic has fuelled extremism, including sovereign citizen beliefs in Australia, says Griffith University’s Dr Keiran Hardy, and poses challenges to law enforcement and public safety.

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23 August 2022
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9 August 2022

Teeth hold valuable clues for understanding ancient climates and evolutionary processes

Increasing climate variability has been implicated as a driving force for the origins of our species (Homo sapiens) over 300,000 years ago,...

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6 April 2022
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28 March 2022
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10 May 2021

Budget 2021-22: Griffith Experts available to comment

Griffith University experts can offer expertise on the 2021-22 federal budget as a whole and what various inclusions mean for everyday Australians.

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