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5 November 2020

Rates of twice-exceptional children higher than previously thought

The prevalence rates of twice-exceptional children in Australian schools are significantly under-reported according to new Griffith University research.

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12 September 2017

Griffith research highlights driverless car legal concerns

New research from Griffith University suggests that current fault-based liability processes fail to accommodate autonomous vehicles. The research paper argues...

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31 May 2013

Mr Thomas Burn, British High Commission visits Griffith Asia Institute.

British Foreign Secretary William Hague last year launched an initiative to try to end the widespread culture of impunity towards...

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12 May 2020

Honours scholarships open up a world of opportunity

Outstanding design students will carry out cutting-edge honours research at the Queensland College of Art, thanks to scholarships from local arts organisations.

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1 December 2016

Queensland College of Art graduate awards 2016

Congratulations to all 2016 Queensland College of Art (QCA) graduates including the following students awarded across the 2016 QCA graduate exhibitions at the Queensland College of Art, QCA Gold Coast and the Griffith Film School.

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6 June 2013
Associate Professor Catherine Pickering and PhD student Mark Ballantyne

Growing interest in Griffith’s plant app

Grows at Griffith, a free app for identifying native plants in SE Qld and NSW, has been released to mark World Environment Day.

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29 April 2024

What’s the difference between ADD and ADHD?

ADHD, one of the most prevalent neurodevelopmental disorders, affecting 1 in 20 people. Originally termed ADD, it evolved into ADHD due to research and diagnostic controversies. The condition manifests in various subtypes, impacting individuals across age groups and genders says Dr Kathy Gibbs.

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13 November 2023
Telecoms

Lessons from the Optus outage for remote Australia

The Optus outage in Australia, affecting 10 million customers, exposed the vulnerability of telecommunications, especially in remote areas. While urban disruptions garnered attention, rural communities faced greater challenges, emphasizing the normalcy of such events says Dr Amber Marshall.

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2 June 2023

Intimate partner violence and coercive control

Changes in policy responses provides an opportunity to rethink and redesign how systems respond to coercive control, with a focus on ensuring systems are just.

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21 April 2023
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