According to one Griffith University researcher, the future of gaming extends far beyond pure entertainment.
After six years of intensive field work, a team from Griffith University's Australian Rivers Institute can unveil a solution to tackle alluvial gully erosion and thus significantly improve the water quality of the ailing Great Barrier Reef.
Australian Rivers Institute researcher Dr Chris Brown has won a 2015 Young Tall Poppy Science Award for his work on the potential conflict between marine ecosystems and fishing interests
The role of tourism and tourism research in maintaining the status of the Great Barrier Reef has been stressed by a Griffith University researcher in the wake of UNESCO’s ruling in Germany. UNESCO’s World Heritage Committee confirmed the findings of a draft report released in June at a meeting in Bonn, meaning the Reef has […]
Griffith University-led research indicating Caribbean corals may be better equipped to tolerate climate change than previously believed could impact future studies on Australia's Great Barrier Reef
Griffith Institute for Tourism researchers are shedding new light on the relationship between mining and tourism.
Griffith University research project may overturn the long held assumption that hill slope erosion associated with grazing and agriculture is the primary cause of damaging terrestrial runoff onto the Great Barrier Reef.