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A new online platform is building momentum for happy, calm kids

Momentum Digital Health Platform is a free, self-help platform for children and young people aged seven to 17.
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Pharmacy alumnus leads medication automation at Tugun Satellite Hospital

The digitisation and automation of medication management is helping nurses and doctors to provide quality care to patients.
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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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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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From the Classroom to the Cook Islands

Griffith University’s sports science students are taking their knowledge and skills abroad.
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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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Australian Awards Fellows champion climate resilience for Mongolia’s small-medium businesses

As part of the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT) Australian Awards Fellowship, members of the Griffith Asia Institute (GAI), Associate Professors Dhara Shah, Rob Hales, and Tapan Sarker collaborated with participants from the International Research Institute of Mongolia (IRIM) to develop three policy briefs. These briefs showcase the outcomes of their project, titled […]
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Five Griffith students awarded scholarships with Nation’s peak swimming body

Five Griffith students have been awarded coveted scholarships with the Nation’s premier body for swimming, Swimming Australia.
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New Discovery Unravels Malaria Invasion Mechanism

In a significant breakthrough, researchers from the Swiss Tropical and Public Health Institute (Swiss TPH) and Griffith University’s Institute for Glycomics have unveiled a crucial aspect of how the malaria parasite infiltrates human red blood cells. The study, recently published in Cell Reports, highlights the pivotal role of a sugar known as sialic acid in […]
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Sports engineering student proves a key player in Paralympic innovation

A Griffith masters student has been working with the Australian Institute of Sport (AIS) to design cutting-edge technology for Paralympic athletes.  
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Lighting the way to sustainable development in the Asia-Pacific region

Taking a deep dive into economic challenges unique to the Asia-Pacific region, Griffith Asia Institute released its flagship report.
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Griffith celebrates investment in women on International Women’s Day 2024

Griffith celebrates International Women's Day recognising the diversity of women, their experiences and achievements.
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Olympic titans turned trailblazers for women’s sport

Griffith University’s celebrates two powerhouse female sports leaders this International Women’s Day.
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Athletes Excel at Griffith GAPS Camp

Griffith University, in collaboration with the Commonwealth Games Federation and the Oceania Paralympic Committee, hosted the highly anticipated GAPS camp at the Gold Coast Performance Centre in February. The camp was a crucial preparatory ground for athletes gearing up for the Paris 2024 Paralympic Games. Under the watchful eye of high-performance coaches, including throws coach […]
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New study assesses impact of purpose on top 100 ASX companies

Discovering what drives some of Australia’s largest companies, the ASX100 Purpose Matters report, provides insight about the motivations behind companies shaping the country.
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Integrity experts call for focus on justice for whistleblowers

No employee should be left worse-off for blowing the whistle - Griffith integrity experts call for a principles-based Commonwealth whistleblower protection regime.
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Griffith pros and QAS paramedics meet in Mongolia to elevate emergency care

Gold Coast paramedics have united with ambulance staff in Mongolia as part of Griffith's ongoing efforts to elevate emergency medical services (EMS) and disaster capacity.
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Protecting high value water sources in central Queensland

Griffith University researchers are taking a novel approach to understanding and protecting water sources in central Queensland’s Great Artesian Basin
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