Scientists from Griffith University, the Queensland Museum, University of Melbourne and the Northern Territory Government have described a colourful new velvet gecko in the Northern Territory. This species only occurs in the top end on Groote Eylandt, Australia’s third largest offshore island in the Gulf of Carpentaria. The Groote Eylandt Velvet Gecko, Oedura nesos, is […]
A Griffith University-led collaboration has called for a more strategic protection of land to meet biodiversity targets, set out in the Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD). In findings published in One Earth, Dr Alienor Chauvenet from the School of Environment and Science and colleagues from the University of Oxford, The Nature Conservancy, the Wildlife Conservation […]
Griffith ecologists and students gather to make fruit kebabs to help embattled flying foxes.
Macular scarring affects half of those receiving treatment. A new Griffith University study aims to reduce this.
Reef-building algae have a unique molecular makeup that could help future coral reefs to withstand climate change, a world-first study published today in Scientific Reports has found.
The volume of Griffith University's quality research in Physical Sciences increased in the three years to 2018.
Fourth year Griffith University planning student Jasmine Divall has won the inaugural Woman in Planning Award at the recent Minister’s Planning Awards. Recognised for her academic achievements and dedication to planning in Queensland, Ms Divall receives an internship with the Department of State Development, Manufacturing, Infrastructure and Planning. “In my final year, this is a […]