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29 April 2024
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13 February 2024

Integrity experts call for focus on justice for whistleblowers

No employee should be left worse-off for blowing the whistle - Griffith integrity experts call for a principles-based Commonwealth whistleblower protection regime.

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19 April 2023

Largest medical research grant to help ME/CFS and Long COVID research

Griffith University’s research into the potential overlap between Long COVID and myalgic encephalomyelitis/chronic fatigue syndrome (ME/CFS) has received a major boost thanks to a $6.4 million grant from the Stafford Fox Medical Research Foundation.

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6 April 2023
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What it’s like to live with Parkinson’s Disease

Parkinson's Disease is considered the fastest growing neurological disorder in the world. It is a complex condition with no known cure. Despite the availability of some treatments to alleviate symptoms, the disease still presents a significant burden for patients and their families. On this World Parkinson’s Day we share the personal stories of Professor Elizabeth Kendall in solidarity and support of those who are suffering and caring for those who are battling this disease. And researcher’s like Professor George Mellick who are committed to improving the lives of those suffering from it.

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20 March 2023

The false promises of the “15 Minute City”

Griffith University’s award-winning urban planner, Dr Tony Matthews, applies his professional insights to the the "15 Minute City". The 15 minute city concept is designed to ensure that most daily necessities are close by our homes and purports to return residents to a more local way of living but will fail to realise its promise for a broad section of the community.

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14 March 2023

World’s strongest MRI investigates COVID and myalgic encephalomyelitis/chronic fatigue impacts on the brain

In a world-first, Griffith University researchers have used an ultra-high field MRI (7 Tesla) to investigate how COVID-19 and myalgic encephalomyelitis/chronic fatigue syndrome (ME/CFS) mirror the same effects on the brain structure.

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15 February 2023
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From the heart with Rachel Perkins

Acclaimed filmmaker and producer Rachel Perkins is best known for her work promoting and showcasing Indigenous stories and culture through film and television. But, born into a culture of Indigenous activism, her reach and impact extend well beyond the screen.

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11 April 2022
Caretaker Conventions

Caretaker conventions: Making the playing field even

Caretaker conventions are an important handbrake on dysfunctional partisanship during election campaigns. They help to ensure the business of government continues, and safeguards public institutions and public resources until a new administration is formed.

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25 March 2022
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12 October 2021

The state of storytelling with David Malouf, Melissa Lucashenko and Trent Dalton

This conversation sees Kerry O'Brien speak with acclaimed authors David Malouf, Melissa Lucashenko and Trent Dalton about Australia’s evolving storytelling culture.

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