Arts Education Law

Philippines cave art becomes first directly dated in Southeast Asia

Griffith led research has carbon dated cave art found in an archaeological hotspot the Peñablanca Caves.
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Arts Education Law

Griffith University researchers develop vaccine for human babesiosis

Griffith University researchers have developed a new vaccine in pre-clinical studies to treat human babesiosis, a tick-transmitted disease closely related to malaria.
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Arts Education Law

Climate change could erase ancient Indonesian cave art

Findings indicate deterioration of globally significant artworks accelerating in step with climate change. 
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Alumni

Music alumni lead Australia’s biggest vocal ensemble

A pair of Griffith alumni are leading the country’s largest ever vocal ensemble - using the power of song to connect communities isolated by COVID.
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Business and government

Working with community to prevent youth sexual abuse and violence

Griffith researchers are working with young people in Toowoomba and Bundaberg to deliver community-led Action Plans focused on reducing youth sexual violence and assault.
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Arts Education Law

Griffith partners with QCS to shed light on incarceration

The Griffith Criminology Institute will partner with Queensland Corrective Services (QCS) to analyse data on incarceration in Queensland.
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home

Drug target pathway could unlock treatments for diabetes, cancer and COVID

Scientists have visualised and investigated a key molecular pathway that could one day help treat inflammation, diabetes, cancer, infectious diseases and potentially even COVID-19.
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Centre for Planetary Health and Food Security

Australian researchers to crack growing nut industry

Griffith University researchers are helping Papua New Guinea’s (PNG) emerging galip nut industry to give marginalised women an income and encourage planting trees
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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

Emerging artist selected for national showcase

Recent QCA graduate Renee Kire is in the running for Australia’s most significant prize for emerging artists. 
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Arts Education Law

Focus on the place of phonics at Creating Futures Summit

Education experts will debate the controversial place of phonics in the teaching of reading at this year’s Creating Futures Summit, hosted by Griffith’s School of Education and Professional Studies.
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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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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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Griffith Sports College

Valuable lessons in weekend rugby action

Griffith Rugby Sevens coach Moana Virtue said the team learned some valuable lessons after taking fifth place in round one of the National Aon Uni 7s competition.
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Australian Research Centre for Human Evolution

Humans weren’t always agents of destruction when arriving on uninhabited islands

A Griffith University led team discovered the arrival of ancient humans to uninhabited islands doesn’t always lead to widespread extinctions as is often thought.
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Arts Education Law

Global showcase for Griffith pop music student

Michelle Obama will showcase a song written by Griffith University popular music student Cat Gallagher as part of a campaign to encourage young people to attend university.
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Griffith Health

Probiotics may reduce anticipatory stress response to night shift work

New research has found probiotics may reduce the impact of night shift stress and improve sleep quality.
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Alumni

Creating cultural connections through art and medicine

QCA graduate Marianne Wobcke has received an Australia Council Award for her pioneering work using art to create culturally safe birth practices.
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