Australian Rivers Institute

‘Fish Shazam’ – acoustic monitoring a window into health of waterways

Researchers lead major drive to kickstart acoustic monitoring in freshwater systems.   
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Australian Rivers Institute

Can trees control algal blooms? You’d be surprised

Researchers find trees play greater role in preserving water quality than previously thought.
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Australian Rivers Institute

Microsoft AI grant sharpens PhD’s eye on fish monitoring

PhD candidate awarded Microsoft grant to enhance FishID, which identifies and analyses fish species. 
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Arts Education Law

Griffith experts wrap up key climate conference

Griffith COP25 delegates report on the climate conference's highs and lows.
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Australian Research Centre for Human Evolution

Researcher dates last known Homo erectus remains

Last known remains of modern human ancestors dated by Griffith archaeologist. 
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Griffith Enterprise

New drug target prevents deadly malaria transmission

Researcher plays key role in discovery of new drug target for stopping the spread of malaria.
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Griffith Enterprise

New research targets stem cells that drive aggressive blood cancer

Findings could yield more effective treatment for often incurable blood cancer leukaemia.
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Arts Education Law

Indonesian cave art overturns thinking on the roots of human spirituality

Figurative depiction of hunters may be oldest evidence of human ability to imagine supernatural beings.
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Australian Rivers Institute

World-first HydroATLAS maps Earth’s river and catchment systems to enhance understanding and protection

Hi-tech atlas can assists researchers and practitioners address gaps in protection methods and understand the human impact on freshwater ecosystems. 
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Arts Education Law

Griffith’s commitment to sustainable development shines in high profile film

Griffith’s EcoAdapt project and Griffith Centre for Coastal Management highlighted in BBC-produced film.
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Griffith Enterprise

Study identifies single gene behind gene network linked to autism

Three-year project finds single gene that regulates a network of genes linked to causing autism and intellectual disability.
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Cities Research Institute

Project co-develops water savings approaches in regional and remote communities

Five-year project demonstrates how water management tools can yield significant water savings. 
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Alumni

Griffith graduate named Australia China Alumnus of the Year

Global health crusader and Griffith University graduate, Professor Qiyong Liu, has been named the 2019 Alumnus of the Year at the Australia China Alumni Awards (ACAA) in Beijing. Professor Liu won the award in recognition of his remarkable achievements and sustained successes in public health, and particularly working with poor and vulnerable communities. “I was […]
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Australian Rivers Institute

Study identifies climate change threat to fish diversity in Murray-Darling Basin

Loss of biodiversity due to climate change could result in further decline in the health of Murray-Darling Basin.
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Griffith Enterprise

Immune ‘checkpoint switch-off’ enables destruction of cancer cells

Researcher hopes findings can lead to treatments for lymphomas and blood cancers.
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Australian Research Centre for Human Evolution

Genetic analysis suggests ‘wise’ bin chickens tamed and sacrificed to Egyptian God

Genetic diversity suggests priests and villagers able to tame wild ibises each year for mummification by the millions.  
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Centre for Work Organisation and Wellbeing

Research estimates value of impact national parks have on mental health

Researchers estimate annual health services value of Australia’s national parks to be $145 billion a year.
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Griffith Business School

Griffith researchers earn more than $2.1 million in ARC Discovery funding

Five Griffith University researchers have been more awarded $2.1 million in Australian Research Council funding.
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