Griffith University researchers have discovered a new Hendra virus variant that may pass to horses and humans much more widely across Australia than previously known. Published in Emerging Infectious Disease, the variant was detected in the urine of black and grey-headed flying foxes across an extended geographical distribution from mid-north coast NSW to southeast Queensland. […]
Three Griffith University researchers have been awarded Advance Queensland Industry Research Fellowships
Griffith University is driving the construction of EcoCommons, a world-first collaborative platform for analysing and modelling ecological and environmental challenges.
A Griffith University-led study has provided the first evidence of mercury accumulation in humpback whales foraging in the Southern Ocean.
Climate change could increase the release of greenhouse gases from insect driven forest decay a new study has found.
Griffith University-led research is discovering the genetic diversity of Chickpea/Ascochyta Blight, the major pathogen threat to Australia’s billion-dollar chickpea industry.
New Griffith University-led research suggests that existing systems for food safety, rather than broad, untargeted bans on wildlife trade are key to preventing the next pandemic. Published in Lancet Planetary Health, with co-authors from the International Union for Conservation of Nature Wildlife Health Specialist Group and TRAFFIC, an NGO focused on wildlife trade. The research, led by Dr Duan Biggs from the Centre for Planetary Health and Food Security argues that a solution […]