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6 May 2015

Time poor workers less likely to act on climate change concerns

Companies wanting to reduce their carbon footprint should look at ways to ease the stress and workload of employees, a...

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24 February 2023

Earth’s poorest pay highest price for human-wildlife conflict

Research finds individuals farming with cattle in developing countries up to 8 times more vulnerable than those in developed economies.

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11 September 2020

Developing an energy efficient sensor network for real-time flood monitoring

Griffith University researchers have been awarded a $400,000 grant from the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT) to develop a network of energy efficient smart sensors to help Vietnam combat flooding.

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5 May 2020

A timeline of COVID 19 and Human Rights: A vaccine, guinea pigs and prioritisation.

This is the fourth of a series of five blogs on COVID 19 and human rights, focusing on the timeline...

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30 April 2020

A timeline of COVID 19 and Human Rights: Overwhelmed hospitals and rights to life and health

This is the second of a series of five blogs on COVID 19 and human rights, focusing on the timeline...

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23 November 2018

After 15 years’ work, it’s time: Australia’s national integrity commission solution explained

Fifteen years after Transparency International Australia and Griffith University researchers first assessed Australia as needing a comprehensive federal anti-corruption body,...

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3 August 2018

Technologising the poor: Cashless Debit Card trials expanding despite no credible evidence regarding positive outcomes

By Dr Shelley Bielefeld Senior Lecturer Griffith Law School Australia’s social security system has undergone significant change in recent years,...

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4 October 2017

Having a whale of a time researching

Griffith University researchers are using humpback whales as “canaries in thecoalmine” to tell them what’s happening in Antarctica. A team...

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8 March 2017

Is it time to tidy up your social media?

Law students and many legal professionals extensively use social media under the mistaken belief that their social media activity is ‘personal’ and ‘private’ and does not reflect on them as legal professionals says Dr Kylie Burns

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12 April 2016
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