Griffith University researchers have discovered a new Hendra virus variant that may pass to horses and humans much more widely across Australia than previously known. Published in Emerging Infectious Disease, the variant was detected in the urine of black and grey-headed flying foxes across an extended geographical distribution from mid-north coast NSW to southeast Queensland. […]
A growing feral pig population supported the conservation success story of Australia’s largest carnivore, the estuarine crocodile.
New research has successfully switched off a key pathway of nerve fibre breakdown in debilitating neurodegenerative disorders
Ambitious restoration of mangroves and seagrasses could lead to substantial recovery of these ecosystems.
A report by Griffith University researchers finds aerosol sunscreens are poor protection against UV radiation in mildly windy conditions.
Griffith University researchers have solved a problem plaguing droplet-sized micro-reactors which the improve viability for applications like drug delivery and waste management.
Griffith University researchers are part of a new trial to turn human urine into fertiliser in city parklands, reshaping the future of wastewater infrastructure.