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9 December 2020

Smartphone intervention targets problem procrastination

Griffith University researchers have developed a new way to help people reduce procrastination via a brief smartphone interaction. “Despite problematic...

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8 July 2020
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28 July 2014

Smartphone app and specialised clinic for chronic fatigue patients

Sufferers of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome are set to benefit with the dual launch of a specialist Griffith University clinic and smartphone app, both aimed to manage their illness and improve health outcomes.

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8 June 2023

TIDE Summit Transforming Indigenous Education in Practice

Griffith University’s School of Education and Professional Studies is proudly hosting the 8th annual Creating Futures Summit Series, inviting participants to have conversations that matter to teaching and teacher education.

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29 March 2023

Citi Foundation, Griffith Asia Institute, ADBI and MSC launch new study to support bridging the digital divide in developing nations

Citi Foundation and the Griffith Asia Institute (GAI), have announced a partnership with the Asian Development Bank Institute (ADBI) and...

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21 March 2023

Will new Gamble Responsibly taglines impact gambling behaviour?

Online betting companies in Australia now use new messages instead of the ambiguous 'gamble responsibly' in advertising. The seven new 'gamble responsibly' taglines aim to encourage consumers to pause and consider the consequences of losing a bet or question their behavioural choices. However, whether the messages will be effective in influencing behavioural choices is still debated writes Griffith University’s Dr Marie-Louise Fry.

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7 June 2022

MATE and QMusic to create safe spaces at gigs

Griffith University’s MATE Bystander program and QMusic are partnering on a new initiative to create a better culture around consent.

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18 May 2022

Griffith signs MOU with ADBI to progress inclusive growth and development programs

The Asian Development Bank Institute (ADBI) and Griffith University’s Griffith Asia Institute (GAI) have signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU)...

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29 March 2022
Right to Repair

Why we really need to be able to fix our stuff

We all have things that are broken around our homes. Old iPhones, microwaves, fridges, washing machines or everyday consumer devices, such as our fitbits, tablets and computers. If we can’t fix them, they usually end of going into the rubbish and then ending up as landfill. Did you know that there are over 140,000 tonnes of e-Waste generated by Australians every year?

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25 March 2022
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