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15 June 2016

International stage for Griffith University doctoral students

Nine Griffith University doctoral students have been selected to attend the International Student Research Forum (ISRF). This year’s Forum is...

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3 February 2016
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16 June 2015
From left: Queensland Minister for Science and Innovation, The Honourable Leeanne Enoch MP, Eskitis Director Professor Ronald Quinn AM, Pro Vice Chancellor (Sciences) Professor Debra Henly and Dr Yun Feng, also from the Eskitis Institute

Eskitis honoured for work with traditional Chinese medicines

by Gayle Murray, Manager, International Relations (Griffith International) A project combining ancient Chinese medicines with world-leading modern research and technology...

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11 November 2014
Summer in Zhangjiajie: A cluster of vertical rock pillars in one of China's most heavily visited parks

Griffith research informs major Chinese parks study

The School of Environment's Professor Ralf Buckley and Ms Cassie Wardle have been instrumental in the release of what may be the world's largest study of environmental and visitor management in any nation's parks system

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2 June 2014
Professor Darryl Low Choy and Professor Shen Ji holding certificate

Top Chinese academy honours professor

Griffith University’s Professor Darryl Low Choy has been honoured by the globally influential Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS). Discipline Head...

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1 May 2024
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13 February 2024

Scientists gather for first-of-kind human origins research

International gathering highlights ambitious aim to understand human origins and future lessons.

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19 January 2024

Shiyu discovery reveals Eastern Asia’s early human migrations

In a thought-provoking discovery, an international team of researchers have unearthed evidence shedding light on the ancient migration of Homo sapiens into eastern Asia around 45,000 years ago. 

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3 March 2022
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27 July 2021
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