Griffith University rock art researchers are part of expert team who will spend the next five years investigating one of the richest bodies of rock art in Australia.
A Griffith University research fellow will carve her way into an international skateboarding conference this week.
A new study of young Finnish and Australian non-drinkers has uncovered new ways of social belonging.
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Hunting was not easy in a rainforest in ancient times but new research has found modern humans made a way for themselves in Indonesia. New evidence not only suggests that modern humans were present in Southeast Asia 20,000 years earlier than previously thought – but they were colonising dense rainforests at earlier ages as well. […]
A study published today in the journal Nature, reports ground ochres among the earliest evidence for human occupation of Australia, 65,000 years ago.
Award-winning journalist Peter Greste launched the Griffith Centre for Social and Cultural Research at South Bank on October 17.