Griffith School of Environment and Science

Conference explores the future of Queensland’s coastline

What will Queensland’s coast look like in 50 years? That’s the big question posed by a coastal science and engineering conference held on the Gold Coast this week. The 7th Queensland Coastal Conference, hosted by the Australian Coastal Society, will explore this future-focused theme over two days, 21-22 August, at Mantra Legends Surfers Paradise. The […]
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Cities Research Institute

Wave climate projections predict risks to coastlines

Researchers determine how much waves are likely to change around the globe due to climate change.
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Arts Education Law

Award-winning research uses power of sound to preserve waterways

A Griffith researcher who harnessed the power of sound to help preserve the planet's waterways has been recognised at the APRA Art Music Awards.
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Griffith Sciences

Funding to maintain Queensland’s innovation in research

Griffith University’s Queensland Micro- and Nanotechnology Centre (QMNC) will share in $4.59 million in Queensland Government funding to build on its innovative research and industry projects such as clean energy technology and sensors for harsh environments. Minister for Science and Environment Leanne Enoch MP announced the funding for the Australian National Fabrication Facility – Queensland […]
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Features

Open Day ‘a remarkable success’

Griffith's Open Day was a huge success, with around 14,000 people visiting Gold Coast, Nathan and South Bank campuses.
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Griffith Institute for Drug Discovery (GRIDD)

Inspiring the next generation of scientists…that’s RAD!

Professor Kathy Andrews will launch the latest in a series of books designed to inspire the next generation of female science stars.
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Architecture

Griffith scientists celebrate National Science Week 2019 

National Science Week will see a range of events celebrate Griffith's scientific expertise.
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Centre for Quantum Dynamics

From the Schrödinger cat to quantum computers

Visiting scholar sheds light on new alternative theory, collapse models, the existence of many worlds and Bohmian mechanics.
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Griffith Health

Six Griffith STEM undergraduates receive scholarships

Second year Bachelor of Pharmacy student Kelly Meuleman was in India when she learned she'd won one of six STEM scholarships.
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Griffith Centre for Coastal Management

Sharks under threat from fisheries across the globe

One-quarter of oceanic shark habitat is actively fished, leaving sharks with few places to hide from longlines they get caught in.
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Engineering, IT and aviation

High-level leadership key in air route development to support cities

Worldwide survey highlights importance of large stakeholder leadership to develop air routes.
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Architecture

Young professionals explore cities of the future

A record number of emerging young leaders took part in the Griffith University Young Professionals’ Forum last week.
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Environmental Futures Research Institute

Dog owners could take the lead on dingo conservation with a ‘Fido fund’

Researchers suggest an inexpensive 'dingo conservation levy' on domestic dog costs could fund more ethical management of dingoes.
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Griffith Graduate Research School

Indigenous Griffith students present at World Congress

Two of just three Australian students chosen to present at the World Congress of Undergrad Research were from Griffith.
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Australian Research Centre for Human Evolution

Dating reveals Greece skull to be earliest known Homo sapiens found in Eurasia

Griffith researcher dates early human fossil found in Greece at 210,000 years old. 
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Arts Education Law

Vice Chancellor awards recognises research excellence

Griffith University’s leading researchers have been recognized at the 2019 Vice Chancellor’s Research Excellence Awards.
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Alumni

Graduate’s sustainable Lady Elliot Island design wins national architecture award

Griffith University graduate Sobi Slingsby recognised for being at the forefront of architecture and climate change.
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Australian Rivers Institute

Study highlights support for reallocation of water to Indigenous communities

Survey finds 70% of respondents would back reallocation of water to Aboriginal communities. 
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