4 Quality Education

Excelling in Education

Griffith University has again had its commitment to teaching excellence acknowledged, collecting three Australian Awards for University Teaching at this year’s ceremony.
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Australian Rivers Institute

Biosolids containing microplastics used on farm lands

Study reveals 1-17kg of microplastic per biosolid tonne could be used on agricultural lands.
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Griffith Sciences

Prostate cancer treatment given new hope with MRFF win

New anti-cancer agents to treat advanced prostate cancer aim of MRFF grant.
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Australian Rivers Institute

Microplastics present in muscles, intestines of SEQ sharks

Queensland white, scallop hammerhead, tiger and bull sharks not immune from plastic contamination.
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Gold Coast Health and Knowledge Precinct

Griffith researchers draw more than $9m NHMRC funding

Advanced bionic limb development, malaria drug mechanisms, skin immune response to mosquito-borne infections among new Ideas Grants.
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Cities Research Institute

Griffith planners and students scoop up industry awards

Clean sweep continues at the Minister's Planning Awards.
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11 Sustainable Cities and Communities

Translating global theories of change into tangible steps for conservation of ecosystems

Developing a framework for global ‘theories of change’ that coordinate local and global actions to secure a future where humans live in harmony with nature
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11 Sustainable Cities and Communities

Living within safe & just Earth System Boundaries for blue water

Can basic human water needs be met without exceeding safe and just Earth System Boundaries (ESB) for surface and groundwater (blue water), defined to protect people and planet?
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11 Sustainable Cities and Communities

Surfers’ mental health creates US$1 trillion economic wave

Study calculates large-scale economic value of mental health benefits of recreational surfing.
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13 Climate Action

Pollutants may mimic female sex hormones, feminizing endangered green sea turtles

A Griffith-led study on the influence of pollution on the sex ratio of clutches of green sea turtles has found that it may compound the female-biasing influence of rising global temperatures
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Australian Rivers Institute

Griffith-led discovery identifies new algae species on the Great Barrier Reef

New algae species rewrites understanding of reef systems.
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Arts Education Law

Griffith researchers draw more than $4.6 million in funding in Discovery Grants

Nine new Griffith-led ARC Discovery Projects awarded $3,622,738.
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13 Climate Action

AEA Seed Grant to help stop lithium-ion battery waste

Griffith University congratulates Dr Zhenzhen Wu on her $280,000 Australia’s Economic Accelerator (AEA) Seed Grant for the lithium-ion battery recycling and reclamation project.
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13 Climate Action

Study indicates majority of endangered greater glider habitat in QLD unprotected

Majority of critical habitat and movement pathways for southern greater gliders outside of protected areas.
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10 Reduced Inequalities

New views to restoring spinal function

A state-of-the-art livecyte microscope at the Griffith Institute for Drug Discovery is leading the Spinal Injury Project team toward human clinical trials.
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Centre for Planetary Health and Food Security

All eyes on koala movements with AI tech in full swing this spring

September is coupled with the arrival of spring, which inspires a flurry of activity in the animal world as breeding season for many different species cranks up a notch. September is also Save The Koala month, which aims to highlight the threats to koalas, including habitat loss, climate change, disease and human activity, contributing to […]
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10 Reduced Inequalities

New York and Dubai await Griffith Global Voices Fellows

Two Griffith University students are the only Queenslanders among 15 Australian delegates chosen to participate in the 2023 Global Voices Fellowship.
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Griffith Sciences

What’s new, pussycat? The benefits of a vegan cat food, that’s what

Results revealed decreases in vet visits, medication use, health disorders and severe illnesses after feline participants were fed a vegan diet for one year.
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