Alumni

The future of green infrastructure

A new smart planter is set to provide a simple and efficient way to green buildings and surfaces where conventional planting is impossible.
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Department of Accounting, Finance and Economics

Eureka! Prize nominations for Griffith academics

Two finalists from Griffith University have been announced as nominees in the prestigious 2022 Australian Museum Eureka Prizes.
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Coastal and Marine Research Centre

National framework key to managing coastlines: research

Effective and consistent coastline management hampered by lack of national policy, funding and agency. 
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Arts Education Law

Griffith University kicks goals with latest academic rankings

Griffith University continues to be a world leader in several academic subjects including nursing, hospitality and tourism, and marine and ocean engineering.
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Australian Rivers Institute

Scientists honoured for contributions to sustainability research

Two Griffith researchers dedicated to creating a more sustainable world have been recognised for their contributions as elected Fellows of the Australian Academy of Science.
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Australian Research Centre for Human Evolution

Origin of fascination: childhood dream a reality for new ARCHE Director

New ARCHE Director hopes to build stronger research and teaching relationships locally and globally.
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Corporate

Tasmania ‘first to become carbon negative’

State the first in world to reduce CO₂ emissions and increase removals to become net carbon negative.
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Australian Rivers Institute

GBR management methods at odds with climate change threats

Study finds 30 years of management approaches do not adequately address climate change threats to the Great Barrier Reef.
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Centre for Quantum Dynamics

Quantum teleportation: the express lane for quantum data traffic

Experiment success an important step towards implementing ‘quantum internet'.
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Centre for Planetary Health and Food Security

On the countdown: citizen scientists fight to save species

Citizens join scientists to survey South-Eastern Glossy Black Cockatoos following 2019/2020 bushfires.
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Australian Research Centre for Human Evolution

Oldest known ochre processing in East Asia discovered

Well-preserved Palaeolithic site in northern China reveals previously unidentified set of cultural innovations.
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Australian Research Centre for Human Evolution

Citizen science to reveal koala ‘family trees’ from scats

One of the three grants awarded to Griffith University researchers by the Queensland Government will benefit from citizen scientists to better understand and document the DNA profiling of South East Queensland’s koala populations.
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Griffith Institute for Drug Discovery (GRIDD)

Put that on the CV: the impact of research

Documenting research impact made easier with Impact CV.
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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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Australian Rivers Institute

Partnership to develop products for carbon markets and nutrient management

Griffith and emerging mineral processing tech company Zeotech have established a research program to develop agricultural product applications for carbon markets and nutrient management.
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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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Australian Rivers Institute

Unique ocean chemicals slip through the net

The search for new natural products from the ocean is overlooking unique and potentially beneficial compounds, a Griffith University study has found.
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