One-quarter of oceanic shark habitat is actively fished, leaving sharks with few places to hide from longlines they get caught in.
Griffith researcher dates early human fossil found in Greece at 210,000 years old.
Significant recognition for societal impact of work by Griffith researchers.
A Griffith University geochronologist’s state-of-the-art dating methods push back the origins of our species by an unprecedented 100,000 years, uncovering the oldest modern human and our deep biological history in Africa. Professor Rainer Grün, director of the leading Australian Research Centre for Human Evolution (ARCHE), was among an international research team that dated fossils discovered […]
Griffith University researchers will further their fight to protect the Great Barrier Reef after new research revealed its resilience is rapidly waning. The collaborative study between institutions across the world, published in the prestigious journal Nature today, examined whether past exposure to bleaching in 1998 and 2002 made reefs any more tolerant in 2016. Sadly […]
On the Indonesian island of Sulawesi, Griffith University researchers are part of a team that contends the discovery of unexpectedly old artefacts is evidence of the habitation of a mystery population of early humans
The following article by Professor Howard Wiseman, Director of Griffith University’s Centre for Quantum Mechanics, first appeared in The Conversation Only last year the world of physics celebrated the 50th anniversary of Bell’s theorem, a mathematical proof that certain predictions of quantum mechanics are incompatible with local causality. Local causality is a very natural scientific […]