Australian Rivers Institute

‘Fish Shazam’ – acoustic monitoring a window into health of waterways

Researchers lead major drive to kickstart acoustic monitoring in freshwater systems.   
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Australian Rivers Institute

Can trees control algal blooms? You’d be surprised

Researchers find trees play greater role in preserving water quality than previously thought.
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Australian Rivers Institute

Microsoft AI grant sharpens PhD’s eye on fish monitoring

PhD candidate awarded Microsoft grant to enhance FishID, which identifies and analyses fish species. 
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Department of Accounting, Finance and Economics

Griffith signs PhD MoU with South Pacific central banks!

The South Pacific Centre for Central Banking (SPCCB) facilitated capacity building program reached a new milestone in late 2019.  The central banks of Papua New Guinea, Fiji, Solomon Islands, Vanuatu and Timor Leste signed a PhD Memorandum of Understanding with Griffith University to take the capacity building program to the next level—to build a credible […]
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Centre for Quantum Dynamics

ARC funding upgrades Australia’s fastest laser system

Researchers at Griffith University’s Australian Attosecond Science Facility have been awarded $744,000 in Australian Research Council funding for a new ultrafast laser system following an announcement today by the Minister for Education Dan Tehan. “The upgraded laser system will produce more than 10 times the pulses of light than the current system and will lead […]
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Business and government

Academic recognised for contribution to sustainable tourism

Griffith University’s Professor Susanne Becken has been recognized for her contribution to sustainable tourism with two prestigious awards.
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Business and government

Griffith PhD candidate awarded grant to research ethical decision making in Indigenous financial markets

At the recent Australasian Business Ethics Network (ABEN), Clare Burns, PhD candidate and sessional academic in the Department of Business Strategy and Innovation was awarded an ABEN-Ecstra grant to research ethical decision making in financial markets. The grant allocation was competitive and underwent international peer review. Ecstra Foundation is a new not for profit organisation […]
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Arts Education Law

Urgent action needed on Indigenous deaths in police custody

Recent high-profile deaths of Indigenous people in police custody show a lack of meaningful progress despite over 25 years since the Royal Commission into Aboriginal Deaths in Custody says Griffith University law professor.
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Griffith Enterprise

Griffith Health and The Ministry of Social Affairs, Indonesia come together to find solutions to social problems

The Ministry of Social Affairs (MoSA) visited Griffith this week to further advance the strong collaboration initiated in 2012, with continuing involvement from Professor Patrick O’Leary, Professor Donna McAuliffe, Head of School, other staff members from the School of Human Services and Social Work (HSV) and Griffith Health. HSV is helping the government of Indonesia […]
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Griffith Enterprise

New treatment for viral arthritis reveals impressive results in Phase 2 human clinical trial

Human clinical trial success of new drug candidate to treat viral arthritis caused by mosquito-borne infections.
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Australian Research Centre for Human Evolution

Researcher dates last known Homo erectus remains

Last known remains of modern human ancestors dated by Griffith archaeologist. 
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Griffith Enterprise

New drug target prevents deadly malaria transmission

Researcher plays key role in discovery of new drug target for stopping the spread of malaria.
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Griffith Enterprise

New research targets stem cells that drive aggressive blood cancer

Findings could yield more effective treatment for often incurable blood cancer leukaemia.
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Arts Education Law

Indonesian cave art overturns thinking on the roots of human spirituality

Figurative depiction of hunters may be oldest evidence of human ability to imagine supernatural beings.
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Griffith Enterprise

Meningococcal vaccine may reduce gonorrhoea incidence

A world-first trial for a promising gonorrhoea vaccine will be led by Griffith University’s Institute for Glycomics and the Kirby Institute at UNSW Sydney. The $2.7 million study incorporates five Australian universities and three health districts and providers, and will test whether a meningococcal B vaccine protects against gonorrhoea in gay and bisexual men. “Gonorrhoea […]
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Griffith Enterprise

Vascular access research receives $3.6m in funding

National Health and Medical Research Council funding to improve the experience for thousands who require peripheral intravenous catheters.
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Griffith Enterprise

Study to develop drugs for chronic mosquito-borne viral diseases

A new Griffith University study aims to develop drugs to treat alphavirus infection such as Ross River, Chikungunya, O’nyong’nyong and Mayaro viruses which cause debilitating and chronic arthritis. Led by Professor Suresh Mahalingam, head of the Research Group for Emerging Viruses, Inflammation and Therapeutics at Menzies Health Institute Queensland, the $905,080 National Health and Medical […]
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Griffith Enterprise

Griffith research receives close to $6.8m in NHMRC funding 

Griffith University research projects have received more than $6 million in funding from the National Health and Medical Research Council
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