Australian Rivers Institute

All-in-one tool streamlines molecular weight analysis

World-first method streamlines process of identifying structure and molecular weight of compounds.
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Disability

Griffith Women in STEM Highly Commended

Two inspiring Griffith University trailblazers have been recognised at the 2021 Queensland Women in STEM Prize.
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Alumni

Griffith launches Australia’s first marine wildlife cell bank

Researchers from Griffith University are looking to collect cell samples of every marine species on the planet with the launch of Australia’s first Marine Wildlife Cell Bank.
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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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Griffith Sciences

Study of bushfire impacts finds quarter of a million hectares burnt

A Griffith University study has mapped the scale and impact the 2019 bushfires had on South-East Queensland bushland, finding that 13% of rainforests and 24% of our national parks in the area were likely burnt. In new research published in Ecological Management and Restoration, School of Environment and Science honours student Isabella Smith used Geomorphic […]
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Engineering, IT and aviation

Griffith students unlock scholarships with Golden Key

Two deserving Griffith students have been named recipients of 2021 Golden Key scholarships.
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Arts Education Law

Griffith subjects secure top spots in 2021 ShanghaiRanking

Griffith has again been recognised as a leader in Nursing and Midwifery education and research, securing second position globally in the prestigious ShanghaiRanking’s Global Ranking of Academic Subjects 2021.
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Australian Research Centre for Human Evolution

Tiny tools point to specialist skills of ancient Indonesians

Research findings offer greater insight into precision stone work used by Toalean people.
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Australian Rivers Institute

Coral reef ‘cement’ losing ability to tolerate heat snaps

Essential reef 'ecosystem engineers' under threat from ocean warming and acidification.
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Alumni

Key disaster resilience discussions facilitated by Griffith

As Australia and global communities increasingly endure multiple disasters, often simultaneously, disaster management for resilience should be a core concern for leaders, according to experts.
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Australian Rivers Institute

Carbon stockpiles abound in mangrove sinkholes

Highest single carbon stocks ever reported found in mangrove 'cenotes'.
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Alumni

Six Griffith affiliates named Fulbright scholars

Prestigious Fulbright scholarships have been awarded to six talented members of the Griffith University community.
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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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Australian Rivers Institute

New research determines high price of mangrove loss

Study compiles global data sets to project carbon emissions from mangrove loss.
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Australian Research Centre for Human Evolution

Boomerangs return with greater insights into ample uses

Findings constitute first traceological evidence of hardwood boomerangs being used for shaping stone tools in Australia.
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Australian Research Centre for Human Evolution

Bone tools found in arid landscape among oldest in Australia

Bone artefacts found in Kimberley cave site dated as being more than 35,000 years old by research team.
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Architecture, construction and planning

Experts imagine cities of 2060 at World Science Festival

With Australia’s population set to hit 40 million by 2060, Griffith University cities experts say it is time to get serious about long term planning.
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Centre for Planetary Health and Food Security

Using whales to study Antarctica’s changing environment

Humpback whales across the southern hemisphere are being used as indicators of environmental and climatic change in Antarctica through Griffith University led research.
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