International student Shelley Karkoodi is working hard to create a new sustainable building material that is a composite of timber and steel.
Griffith University has welcomed the results of the QS World University Rankings 2024 which show the university has improved its standing to 243rd overall in the world, Griffith’s highest result to date in the QS rankings and an improvement of 57 places since last year. Vice Chancellor and President Professor Carolyn Evans said a ranking […]
A long-term partnership between Griffith University and Swimming Australia is set to have a major impact on legacy, sustainability and inclusion programs in and out of the pool. The new collaboration prioritises opportunities for athletes from grassroots to elite levels, advances in education and research as well as community-centric programs. Griffith University Vice Chancellor and […]
Dr Timothy Cadman has successfully secured the protection of local hardwood areas once primed for logging, including native forest belonging to the proposed Great Koala National Park along the Mid North Coast of New South Wales. Thanks to the support of extensive fieldwork, satellite mapping software and historical imagery, Dr Cadman led effective negotiations with […]
Griffith University’s second Repair Café will offer repairs at its Southbank campus on 21 April and the call is out for volunteers.
Sediment runoff from land use change is missing from global priorities, despite being one of the greatest threats facing freshwater and marine ecosystems
A Griffith University study found that wetland vegetation will naturally re-establish on abandoned agricultural land threatened by sea level rise