Griffith Health

GRIDD Director honoured as Fellow of the Australian Society for Parasitology

Professor Katherine Andrews, Director of the Griffith Institute for Drug Discovery (GRIDD), has been recognised as a Fellow of the Australian Society for Parasitology for her work on malaria drug discovery.
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Griffith Institute for Drug Discovery (GRIDD)

New anti-cancer drug breakthrough for prostate cancer

A new anti-cancer drug for prostate cancer overcomes the twin problems plaguing researchers for decades. It halts metastasis (tumour spread) and drug resistance.
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Australian Institute for Suicide Research and Prevention

Reasons for living study reveals insights into suicide prevention workforce

Connection to others and service are the two main reasons for living among those with lived experience of suicide entering the suicide prevention workforce.
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Arts Education Law

Bringing creative change to addressing social inequality

Can music really change the world? Professor Brydie-Leigh Bartleet intends to find out.
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Arts Education Law

Funding win for archaeology student in new B Arts Honours program

A Griffith archaeological science student, testing new ways to identify where items from collections have come from, has been awarded funding to continue her exciting research.
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Business and government

Electric Vehicle incentives missing from voluntary CO2 car emission standards

Australia needs to significantly increase its number of zero emission Electric Vehicles to meet new voluntary carbon emission targets.
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Centre for Clean Environment and Energy

New eco-friendly nanomaterial could energise electric storage

Griffith University researcher wins $860,000 Australian Research Council Future Fellowship grant to develop an environmentally friendly method to produce 2D nanomaterials for energy storage devices.  
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Understanding enzymes linked to neurodegeneration and antiviral defence focus of Future Fellowship

Structural biologist Dr Thomas Ve from the Institute for Glycomics has been awarded an Australian Research Council Future Fellowship.
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Arts Education Law

Studying ancient children’s teeth to reveal the future

Human evolutionary biologist Professor Tanya Smith has been awarded an ARC Future Fellowship worth $1,075,728 to investigate prehistoric human population growth by analysing the teeth of ancient children.
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Arts Education Law

ARC awards four Future Fellowships at Griffith

Four Griffith University researchers have been awarded Australian Research Council (ARC) Future Fellowships worth more than $3.8 million.
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Arts Education Law

Human rights lawyer contributes to the winning Women’s World Cup bid

The FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023 bid was assisted by an unassuming Griffith University human rights defender.
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Business and government

Major General Adam Findlay AM joins GAI as Industry Fellow

One of the country’s most senior army officers has been appointed an honorary Industry Fellow of Griffith Asia Institute.
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Alumni

3 days for students to get startup skills

Griffith University students built the foundations of their own entrepreneurial ventures during the 3 Day Startup workshop this month.
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Corporate

Griffith partners with CSIRO to deliver ON Prime Lite

Griffith is the first university to roll out CSIRO’s new ON Prime Lite Program to early and mid-career researchers looking to take their projects to the next level with industry.
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Griffith Sciences

SmartBuoy – Griffith researchers at the forefront of intelligent water quality monitoring

Griffith University researchers awarded a $390,000 grant to develop SmartBuoys, an intelligent remote water quality monitoring platform to track waterway health in realtime.
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Arts Education Law

Rock art discovery saves cultural heritage site in the Pilbara

Griffith University researchers were part of a team that helped secure the protection of a culturally significant Aboriginal rock art.
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Australian Rivers Institute

Alarming inequity of Aboriginal water rights in NSW

Griffith University researchers found Aboriginal people have rights to only a tiny fraction of the available water in NSW.
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Environmental Futures Research Institute

Global warming and pollution have similar impact on coral reef fish

Human-caused stresses of global warming and pollution affect coral reef fish development and survival via disruption of the same pathway in the endocrine system.
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