Dr Chris Matthews from Griffith’s School of Environment has won the inaugural Indigenous STEM Professional Award presented by CSIRO and BHP Billiton Foundation this week.
Saturday, 11 February, is the International Day of Women and Girls in Science. Meet Griffith science graduate Emma Dale, whose work as an ecologist in Nepal and Mongolia is having a positive impact in preserving and protecting endangered wildlife
Inspired by 16th century Chinese medicine, Griffith scientists have turned to nature for solutions to improve the performance of batteries. Professor Eddie Shanqing Zhang and his team have identified three natural sources which will not only reduce pollution in the manufacturing of lithium ion batteries and lithium-sulfur batteries, but improve overall performance and cyclability. This […]
Ecotourism can provide the critical difference between survival and extinction for endangered animals, according to new research from Australia's Griffith University
Gold Coast-based Bachelor of Science undergraduate Kerri Moore is enhancing his environmental studies with a formidable talent for nature photography
Griffith University’s Centre for Environment and Population Health has begun the new year full of optimism and inspiration after ending 2015 with a string of awards and acknowledgments for staff, PhD researchers and alumni. These include — At a special ceremony in Beijing in November, Mr Song Tie — Vice Director of China’s Guangdong Provincial Center […]
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