Australian Rivers Institute

Griffith recognised as a leader in sustainable development

Griffith has been ranked in the global Top 100 (92) of universities globally in the Times Higher Education Impact Rankings 2022.
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Architecture, construction and planning

Partnership to support First Nations town planners

A new Griffith University and Tweed Shire Council partnership is set to support emerging Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander town planners.
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Cities Research Institute

Mining liquid gold in city parklands

Griffith University researchers are part of a new trial to turn human urine into fertiliser in city parklands, reshaping the future of wastewater infrastructure.
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Cities Research Institute

Early heat warning system to help save lives in changing climate

More than $2 million funding to propel development of health technology project.
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Architecture, construction and planning

Stellar six students score New Colombo Plan Scholarships

Six Griffith University undergraduates will spend time overseas learning from our Indo-Pacific neighbours after being named as recipients of the 2022 New Colombo Plan Scholarship.
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Architecture, construction and planning

2021 Vice Chancellor’s Gala Award winners celebrated

Griffith has recognised its best and brightest researchers, professional and support staff plus teaching excellence at a gala event in Brisbane.
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Centre for Planetary Health and Food Security

Advance Queensland Fellowships glimpse the future

Three Griffith University researchers have been awarded Advance Queensland Industry Research Fellowships
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Biodiversity

New Griffith-backed alliance to deliver sustainable climate-ready national economy

An alliance of business leaders, industry and community groups has committed to a five-year collaboration to plan and deliver a sustainable economic transformation for the nation.
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Centre for Planetary Health and Food Security

EcoCommons – mapping the future in environmentally challenging times

Griffith University is driving the construction of EcoCommons, a world-first collaborative platform for analysing and modelling ecological and environmental challenges.
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Architecture, construction and planning

Asia-Pacific leaders to share post-pandemic plans

Leaders from across the Asia-Pacific will gather at a Griffith University-led forum today to share visions for their cities in the wake of a global pandemic.
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Architecture, construction and planning

Experts say everyone needed to battle climate change

From baristas to barristers, Griffith University experts insist it will require the efforts of people from all walks of life to fight climate change.
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Cities Research Institute

Rideshares and cashless payments impact older Queenslanders

Limited options means older Queenslanders are increasingly isolated or resort to risky behaviours.
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Business and government

Social housing liveability framework tackles Australia’s critical shortage

Higher density urban solutions designed around liveability and accessibility are the future of social housing.
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Cities Research Institute

Tourists on e-scooters spend more money in cities

Visitors on e-scooters spend more, do more sightseeing and help to clear up traffic congestion.
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Cities Research Institute

Cities expert forecasts bold future for the Gold Coast

The future of many Gold Coast golf courses could lie in productive parks where food crops are grown and technologies created, according to a Griffith University cities researcher.
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Architecture, construction and planning

School students look to Griffith for STEM based solutions

Queensland primary and high school students explored the limits of science and technology at recent Griffith University Science on the GO! conference and challenge days.
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Cities Research Institute

Party capital a hit with humpback lads while new mums prefer relaxing bayside vibes

Research finds bay areas on East Australian Coast favoured by whales for playing and staying.
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Cities Research Institute

Communities set to be hardest hit by COVID stimulus wind down

Over 25% of Federal electoral divisions have extreme or high exposure to the withdrawal of COVID wage subsidies.
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