Australia’s native stingless bees could be a key line of defence for the nation’s horticulture industry against the dangerous bee parasite Varroa destructor.
Frog research could hold the key to animal defence strategies against infectious diseases.
Study models how conservation initiatives are adopted until they reach level where they can have real impact on conserving or improving biodiversity.
A new approach is needed to develop workable solutions in a less confrontational manner.
Researchers suggest an inexpensive 'dingo conservation levy' on domestic dog costs could fund more ethical management of dingoes.
Don’t LEAF it until the last minute to check out the free Logan Eco Action Festival (LEAF) at the Griffith University Logan Campus on Sunday. LEAF is an interactive community festival that is growing into one of Logan’s largest annual events and showcases new ways to decrease everyone’s environmental footprint. It could be as simple […]
Four Griffith University researchers have been announced as 2018 Australian Research Council Future Fellows. The University has also been awarded funding for one 2018 ARC Industrial Transformation Research Hub. The projects form part of the $180.4 million worth of national funding announced today by Minister for Education and Training Simon Birmingham. Senior Deputy Vice Chancellor […]