A team of Australian quantum theorists has shown how to break a bound that had been believed, for 60 years, to fundamentally limit the coherence of lasers.
Griffith political experts foresee the upcoming election as pivotal on several fronts, not least because it is the first time in any Australian state or federal election there are two female candidates.
Griffith students have addressed the complex issue of mental health in a vital project to increase awareness of the university’s services and support.
The Queensland Clarion Awards are prestigious state-based awards promoting excellence in the media. The winners of the 2020 Queensland Clarion Awards were announced on Saturday September 19 at a cocktail event where Stefan Armbruster took out the award for multicultural reporting. Best known as Queensland and Pacific correspondent for SBS News, Stefan recently joined the […]
Lead investigators from Griffith University Intergenerational Practice Project were delighted to receive the first of two proposed instalments of the Cromwell Property Group Foundation donation towards the 2-year Intergenerational practice partnership project. Professor Anneke Fitzgerald (Department of Business, Strategy and Innovation), Dr Gaery Barbery (School of Medicine, Health Services Management) and Gabriela Di Perna (Business, […]
Griffith University researchers who have developed an AI enabled virtual reality system to help people who have suffered a brain injury have won a major prize at the Bionics Queensland Challenge.
A vaccine is key to the COVID-19 global response strategy. However, it is not yet clear how any COVID-19 vaccine will or ought to be distributed, despite significant concerns about issues of fairness, equity, and justice. Developing countries may not have access to a COVID-19 vaccine without a governance framework guiding international allocation. In 2011, […]