11 Sustainable Cities and Communities

Can we revolutionise the chemical industry and create a circular economy? Yes, with the help of catalysts

Leveraging sustainable waste resources through chemical catalysis should be explored, say researchers.
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10 Reduced Inequalities

Helping Australian organisations to become accessible and inclusive

Helping Australian organisations become more accessible by providing crucial insights about how users with disability are able to navigate services.
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10 Reduced Inequalities

MBA student lands CEO role at Paddle Australia 

Women in Sports Leadership MBA Scholarship recipient Kim Crane has been announced as Paddle Australia’s next CEO.
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4 Quality Education

Love for lettering leads to thriving career

It all began with a simple question: “How can I do what I love and achieve professional fulfilment?”
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11 Sustainable Cities and Communities

China’s ‘new three’ exports dominate the 2023 global green transition

A new report provides insight on how China's global green trade exports are dominating in the global system.
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10 Reduced Inequalities

From the Classroom to the Cook Islands

Griffith University’s sports science students are taking their knowledge and skills abroad.
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12 Responsible Consumption and Production

Funding explores enviro impact of firefighting chemicals

Researcher aims to determine ecological impacts of firefighting chemicals used to control bushfires.
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14 Life Below Water

Ancient, endangered fish found 1400km north of previous known range

Scientists confirm endangered lamprey living in coastal rivers of Queensland.
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3 Good Health and Well Being

Griffith awarded $2.2 million in NHMRC Investigator Grants

Griffith University has been awarded $2.2 million across the National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) Investigator Grants. Congratulations to Associate Professor Bronwyn Griffin from the School of Nursing and Midwifery, and Dr Yun Shi from the Institute for Glycomics. Associate Professor Griffin will receive a $1.6 million Investigator Grant which will be used for […]
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12 Responsible Consumption and Production

Urgent need for logging loophole remedy within proposed koala national park

Report finds exclusion of prime habitat from logging inconsistent with koala protection efforts. 
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3 Good Health and Well Being

Immune cells lost in translation: Breakthrough into body’s response to blood cancer

Researchers have made a breakthrough discovery into how cancer cells manipulate the immune system.
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12 Responsible Consumption and Production

Lake ‘healthcare screening’ needed to safeguard global human health and ecosystems

Urgent need for coordinated action to remedy lake ecosystems globally.
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3 Good Health and Well Being

Improving prospects for people with Parkinson’s

A new report has offered fresh insights into the burden Parkinson's places on those affected.
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16 Peace, Justice and Strong Institutions

Blackmore and Griffith join forces for new Business Chair

A new partnership with Blackmore Family Foundation has mobilised a worldwide search for the Blackmore Chair in Business Leadership.
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13 Climate Action

Panel Discussion Advocates for Renewed Climate Leadership in Oceania

In a thought-provoking and insightful panel discussion hosted by the Griffith Asia Institute, the launch of a new book titled Climate Politics in Oceania: Renewing Australia-Pacific Relations in a Warming World sparked a crucial conversation on the urgent need for renewed climate leadership in the Oceania region. Held on the 11th of April in collaboration […]
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4 Quality Education

Not your average type

An international typography conference will be hosted in Australia for the first time in 67 years, with the Queensland College of Art and Design featuring heavily in the line-up.
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10 Reduced Inequalities

Bold experiment hailed a success by GAI and AIIA Queensland

“Well I can say one thing for sure, we will be having Griffith Asia Institute back” commented Paul Lucas, President of Australian Institute for International Affairs (AIIA) Queensland as he opened the Q and A session at the joint event held Tuesday April 9th at Holding Redlich in Brisbane.  Like a well-oiled machine, seven presenters […]
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4 Quality Education

Student Leadership Program fosters future-ready leaders

In 2024, Griffith Business School (GBS) welcomed 48 new leaders into its esteemed Student Leadership Program, reaffirming its commitment to fostering responsible, confident, and future-ready professionals. For over a decade, this two-year program has provided selected business students with a myriad of opportunities for leadership development, mentorship, and active engagement within the university community. More […]
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