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22 February 2012
Ancient penguin bones

Ancient penguin DNA is key to conservation

Conservation of the King Penguin is proving successful following research showing that the species has recovered past genetic diversity in...

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24 May 2011

Griffith research with penguins advances understanding of DNA

Research undertaken by scientists at Griffith University’s Environmental Forensics Laboratory is advancing the understanding of ancient DNA, with results that...

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20 February 2023
Australia seen from space

A Theory of Place

Griffith University's Chancellor Andrew Fraser asks us to consider our our provenance. He asks us about place, posits questions of patriotism, of people with a fidelity, about loyalty, connection of place, and of belonging.

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6 July 2016

Centre strengthens human evolution research

Griffith University's Research Centre for Human Evolution will be launched on July 8 by the Minister for Innovation, Science and the Digital Economy and Minister for Small Business Leanne Enoch, as part of a two-day conference to develop partnerships between Australian and international researchers and Aboriginal Traditional Owners.

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28 June 2016

The last 100,000 years of human evolution

Neanderthals lived with two other kinds of humans 100,000 years ago. But why did only our species survive? Renowned palaeoanthropologist Professor Chris Stringer will explain why at a public lecture in Brisbane on July 8.

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5 November 2014
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