Three-million-year-old brain imprints in fossil skulls of the species Australopithecus afarensis (famous for “Lucy” and the “Dikika child’’ from Ethiopia) shed new light on the evolution of brain growth.
Australia leads the world in fighting online image-based abuse (IBA) but there’s no room for complacency warns Griffith University criminologist Dr Jacqueline Drew.
New research from Griffith University has shown that damage to the lining inside the nose increases the risk of bacteria sneaking into the brain via nerves, potentially causing long-term health issues. PhD candidate Heidi Walkden and her colleagues from the Menzies Health Institute Queensland, Institute for Glycomics and Griffith Institute for Drug Discovery, in collaboration with Queensland […]
New approach needed for conservation and ethical sharing of biological resources and science benefits
Researchers call for a new approach for sharing the benefits of biological resources, science and technology.
A team of Griffith University researchers has won the prestigious Marshall and Warren Innovation Award at the annual NHMRC Research Excellence Awards.
Urgent action is needed to stave off worldwide insect extinction say scientists in twin papers published in the journal Biological Conservation.
A Griffith University NHMRC-EU project aims to improve mental health and reduce the risk of suicide in the construction, health and ICT sectors.