New analysis of residue reveals 11th-12th century ceramic vessels contained explosive material.
Well-preserved Palaeolithic site in northern China reveals previously unidentified set of cultural innovations.
One of the three grants awarded to Griffith University researchers by the Queensland Government will benefit from citizen scientists to better understand and document the DNA profiling of South East Queensland’s koala populations.
Griffith has launched a new open air research lab that will allow students at its Nathan campus to practice archaeological excavation techniques and researchers to study decay rates.
Novel virtual method to examine fossil-bearing deposits in Sumatran cave sites a first.
Pulses of increased rainfall transformed arid Arabian Peninsula into a route for human population movements over last 400,000 years.
A Griffith University led team discovered the arrival of ancient humans to uninhabited islands doesn’t always lead to widespread extinctions as is often thought.