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27 October 2023

Croc bite sparks 30+ year project to create pain relief gel

Traditional Knowledge and western science reveal novel, natural remedy for treatment of severe pain.  

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23 October 2023

AEA Seed Grant to help stop lithium-ion battery waste

Griffith University congratulates Dr Zhenzhen Wu on her $280,000 Australia’s Economic Accelerator (AEA) Seed Grant for the lithium-ion battery recycling and reclamation project.

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2 June 2023

SDG focus elevates Griffith in Times Higher Ed 2023 sustainability impact rankings.

Griffith University ranked second overall in Queensland in the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (UN SDGs) Times Higher Education (THE) Impact Rankings 2023 and ranked 72 overall, out of 1591 institutions globally, highlighting Griffith’s commitment to the values of sustainable development.

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1 March 2023
A person repairs a mobile phone

Repping the Right to Repair

Griffith University is joining the war on waste with its first on-campus Repair Café’s popping up in March and April 2023.

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21 December 2022
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8 September 2022

Change Conference is back with a bang

Behaviour experts will converge on Griffith University’s South Bank campus as the Change Conference makes its in-person comeback.

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29 March 2022
Right to Repair

Why we really need to be able to fix our stuff

We all have things that are broken around our homes. Old iPhones, microwaves, fridges, washing machines or everyday consumer devices, such as our fitbits, tablets and computers. If we can’t fix them, they usually end of going into the rubbish and then ending up as landfill. Did you know that there are over 140,000 tonnes of e-Waste generated by Australians every year?

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27 March 2022

Dams and the false sense of water security

Talk of ‘big dams’ to ensure water security, and ‘unlock regions’ to increase agriculture, has started again with the proposed $5.4 billion Hells Gate Dam on the upper Burdekin River in Queensland.

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1 February 2022

Mining liquid gold in city parklands

Griffith University researchers are part of a new trial to turn human urine into fertiliser in city parklands, reshaping the future of wastewater infrastructure.

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24 November 2021
SEQ Olympic Planning

The 2032 Olympics: Urban and environmental planning matters

Mega-events cause extremes of excitement and anxiety for urban planners. Among mega-events, the Olympics is the rarest opportunity – most planners will never get to take it on. Much like athletes winning gold, planners who deliver a successful Olympics secure a permanent professional legacy.

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