New Guinea home to around 7% of the world’s frogs in less than 1% of the world’s land area.
Doctoral candidate Mauricio Iregui has created a large-scale interactive installation for the Queensland Museum that mixes art, music and science.
New species Cyrtodactylus manus is smaller than most geckos with distinctive colouration and scalation
Frog trio discovered in New Guinea so rare scientists have only seen each species once.
A Griffith University researcher has discovered several new species of trapdoor spider – and you’d never guess where. The mysteriously elusive creatures are hiding in most forests in Brisbane and are tucked away in national parks throughout the state. PhD student Jeremy Wilson recently returned from a mission with the Queensland Museum to collect new […]
The Griffith Red Zone augmented reality sandboxes from have gone on a road trip this week to the World Science Fair in Brisbane and are proving to be even more popular than expected.
Griffith University is an academic partner of one of the world’s most prestigious scientific and cultural festivals.