Research shows productivity gains of up to 11% for people who visit protected parks in Australia at least once a month.
Griffith researcher says the technology-driven revolution in urban transport has completely missed the suburbs, which lack public transport services and shared micromobility devices.
Research finds Australian men 17% more likely to be diagnosed with cancer in their lifetime than they were 30 years ago, while women were 10% more likely.
Health communication experts from Croakey, The Institute for Urban Indigenous Health, The Conversation, Griffith Review, have collaborated with Griffith academics to plan the University’s new Health and Science Communication course. The course will explore the frequent tensions and challenges that arise between strategic communicators, journalists, healthcare workers, and scientists in their communication practice with one […]
A new approach is needed to develop workable solutions in a less confrontational manner.
Professor A.J. Brown says the case for law reform to properly protect public-interest whistleblowers has never been so stark.
Researchers suggest an inexpensive 'dingo conservation levy' on domestic dog costs could fund more ethical management of dingoes.