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17 February 2021

Silo art survey to unearth social and economic benefits

Griffith researchers are running the first ever national silo art survey to determine the impacts of this uniquely Australian art movement on both visitors and local communities.

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25 August 2021
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10 January 2023
Peregian Beach

How do Queenslanders respond to a disaster? Let’s look at the data

A collaboration between the Relational Insights Data Lab and Queensland Fire and Emergency Services aimed to better understand where, when, and how people move during a disaster in order to inform the states response strategy. Here is what they found.

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3 June 2021
After the Pandemic

In Conversation with Professor Nigel McMillan, Dr Rebecca Huntley and Mik Auckland

After the Pandemic: Imagining the Future Our response to coronavirus will shape Australia for decades to come. It has been...

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2 December 2015
Griffith research has led to an interactive map of the UN's Framework Convetnion on Climate Change

Map boosts understanding of UN climate regime

As the United Nations Conference on Climate Change continues in Paris, Griffith University research is enhancing understanding of a complex and major policy instrument for combatting global warming

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