A vertical modular farming system could generate meaningful job opportunities while helping to solve issues such as world hunger and climate change. That’s the idea behind FarmCube, a concept a team of Griffith undergraduate students recently took to San Francisco to represent the University at the regional finals of the 2019 Hult Prize Challenge. The Hult Prize Challenge is an annual competition that […]
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Elizabeth Dowrie will pursue her passion for women’s rights and social justice in Beijing after winning a New Colombo Plan scholarship. “When I heard the news, my heart started thumping,” she said. “I feel very lucky and honoured.”