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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Business and government

Griffith partners with technology company Everledger

Griffith has signed an MOU with award-winning independent technology company Everledger, founded by CEO Leanne Kemp, the current Queensland Chief Entrepreneur.
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COVID-19

Griffith health expert leads QLD COVID-19 event plan

Griffith mass gathering expert Dr Jamie Ranse has led the development of Queensland's framework outlining how we start holding mass gatherings and events again.
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COVID-19

COVID-19 unmasked – exploring the emotional effects of a pandemic

Understanding the emotional impact of COVID-19 on children, young people and their families is the focus of a new Griffith University-led study.
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Academic Administration

Griffith game changers highlight the impact of COVID-19 on women around the globe

Griffith University game changers spoke at the WOW Global 24 Festival about how COVID-19 has impacted women.
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Environmental Futures Research Institute

Better cancer cell detection using magnetic nanoparticles

Griffith University researchers, in collaboration with the University of Queensland, have identified magnetic nanoparticles, nanozymes, which could help in the detection of cancer.
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COVID-19

Griffith expert part of WHO’s fight against COVID-19

A Griffith infection control expert continues to help the World Health Organization’s (WHO) fight against COVID-19 after returning from a month consulting on the pandemic overseas.
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COVID-19

COVID-19 tracker traces financial aid in Pacific

Griffith researchers are tracking grants, donations in kind, debt forgiveness and concessional finance offered to Pacific island countries.
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Centre for Environment and Population Health

Experts say climate action is needed to sustain healthcare

A panel of international experts brought together by Griffith University has warned there will be dire health consequences if action is not taken against climate change.
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Environmental Futures Research Institute

Disclosure of climate-related financial risks not enough to drive action

A new Griffith University study cautions over-reliance on a financial disclosure framework for driving climate action.
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Australian Research Centre for Human Evolution

Discovery of oldest bow-and-arrow technology outside Africa

New archaeological research demonstrates earliest projectile technology in the tropical rainforests of Sri Lanka.
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Griffith Enterprise

Dignity Project Community Hub brings people together to break disability stereotypes

The Dignity Project Community Hub has made progress bringing citizens and scientists together to reform barriers faced by people with disabilities.
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COVID-19

Researchers develop low-cost ventilator to help countries still fighting COVID-19

Griffith University researchers are helping countries still in the fight against COVID-19 by developing low-cost ventilators.
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Griffith Enterprise

World-first guidelines rate appropriateness of IV devices for sick children

A Griffith University-led international collaboration has published the world's first paediatric guidelines for intravenous catheters.
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Alumni

Queen’s Birthday Honours for two key Griffith Health experts

Professor Sheena Reilly, Griffith’s Pro Vice Chancellor (Health) and Professor Julia Crilly have been recognised in the Queen’s Birthday Honours.
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Compounds Australia

Queensland acoustic compound support could help COVID-19 breakthroughs

The Queensland Government has awarded $1.875 million in funding to Compounds Australia.
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Centre for Environment and Population Health

New medical device could conserve PPE supplies

An acrylic window built and installed in three days for $700 US dollars could ease PPE supply woes in hospitals during COVID-19 and beyond.
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