Centre for Planetary Health and Food Security

Bat urine reveals extended range for new Hendra virus variant

Griffith University researchers have discovered a new Hendra virus variant that may pass to horses and humans much more widely across Australia than previously known. Published in Emerging Infectious Disease, the variant was detected in the urine of black and grey-headed flying foxes across an extended geographical distribution from mid-north coast NSW to southeast Queensland. […]
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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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Australian Rivers Institute

Switching to a feral pig diet helped boost croc numbers

A growing feral pig population supported the conservation success story of Australia’s largest carnivore, the estuarine crocodile.
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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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ADaPT

We have lift-off: students launch satellite-building space project

Griffith hosts students and industry for out-of-this-world experience.
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Arts Education Law

What Australians really think about climate change: survey

Study finds three out of four Australians concerned about climate change and support policies to limit potential impacts. 
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Australian Research Centre for Human Evolution

Ancient hand grenades: explosive weapons in medieval Jerusalem during Crusades

New analysis of residue reveals 11th-12th century ceramic vessels contained explosive material.
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Griffith Health

Delta’s sneaky trick to evade the body’s immune response 

COVID-19's Delta strain may use a novel invasion method to cause more damage to the brain, intestine and kidneys.
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Centre for Cell Factories and Biopolymers

Intranasal vaccine may deter antibiotic-resistant bacterium 

Griffith University researchers have developed a potential vaccine for a pathogen causing severe infection in immunocompromised people.
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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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Corporate

Strong gains for Griffith in 2022 QS World University subject rankings

Griffith has improved its position in all five broad subject areas ranked by QS in its annual World University Rankings by Subject evaluation.
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Business and government

Teens at risk from a lack of education and research on vaping 

Vaping is a silent epidemic that threatens the health and wellbeing of Australian teens, say Griffith University experts in social marketing.
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ADaPT

Stellar space sector opportunities follow funding news

Griffith's Head of ICT, Professor Paulo de Souza, says funding for a space manufacturing and test hub on the Gold Coast presents an incredible opportunity.
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Alumni

Art graduate scores a hit with Rolling Stone cover

Work by QCA graduate Dylan Mooney has featured on Google, at the National Gallery of Victoria and graced the cover of Rolling Stone Australia magazine.
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Griffith Health

Molecular key may unlock new treatments for neurodegenerative disorders

New research has successfully switched off a key pathway of nerve fibre breakdown in debilitating neurodegenerative disorders
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Griffith University researchers lead human trials for malaria vaccine

The Institute for Glycomics’ malaria vaccine researchers are one step closer to human trials for a malaria vaccine that can be freeze-dried.
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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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