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Our research addresses key environmental priorities that reflect critical global issues, and identifies niche markets and research gaps in the current market.
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Griffith Environment Oct 21
Environmental scientist, Professor Catherine Pickering will be at the Gold Coast campus tomorrow, sharing her knowledge about the environment as well as our app. When? Wednesday 23 October, 12.30 -1.00pm Where? G52_1.21 (Gold Coast campus)
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Dr Michelle Langley Oct 21
If you’re around UQ this Friday — and like osseous technology — come join my seminar on Australia’s Living Technologies!:
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Tanya Smith Oct 21
A delight to host in today. Exciting to push the boundaries of interdisciplinary scholarship and research excellence at a university that cares about ethics and engagement!
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Jasmin Gross Sep 26
Day 18 of was spent in Moreton Bay. We saw lots of whales and got a pretty good show as well. One calf seemed curious to check us out, spy hopping a few times close by and two adults showed us multiple double breaches.
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Griffith University Sep 15
Professor Darryl Jones speaks to 2HD Radio Newcastle about what to do if you are being swooped by a . The conversation follows the tragic death of a cyclist who swerved to avoid being swooped:
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jeremy brownlie Sep 12
Across Nathan campus the Grass trees (Xanthorrhoea) are flowering. These iconic plants are neither trees or grass, but related to lilies and take decades to grow. Used by for medicine, adhesives, food and fire. More info:
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EFRI Sep 12
It’s time to break the deadlock over Africa’s ivory trade: here’s how - our brilliant Dr. Duan Biggs
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Jasmin Gross Sep 10
Day 3 of our season was spent in the lab, working on my second chapter as winds are still too strong today but tomorrow we are finally going out from North Stradbroke Island (pictured below)! Stay tuned for some pictures!
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Lucy Ransome Sep 11
One of the most interesting things about is that they’re cooperative breeders - the whole pack contributes to pup care, including feeding them. Here are the Warrior pups eating food regurgitated for them by their uncle, Norway
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EFRI Sep 9
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EFRI Sep 9
More from our PhD candidate, Lucy Ransome
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Tanya Smith Sep 9
Awesome new discovery just in time for a robust discussion on Growing Up Neanderthal next Monday (Sept 16th) with - details below and all are welcome!
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Dr Michelle Langley Sep 9
80,000-year-old footprints of Neanderthal children discovered in France!
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EFRI Sep 9
We are pleased to have Emeritus Professor Paul Turnbull visiting us next week and giving a seminar regarding repatriation of the Ancestral Remains of Indigenous Australians. This seminar is open to all, so please come along if you are interested.
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Holly Smith Sep 4
Thoroughly enjoyed such a passionate and informative seminar by Professor Justine Masters on the probable patterns of , and in (adorably fluffy!) Strepsirrhine
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Dr Esther Onyango Sep 4
Happy to have been part of this amazing panel of hosted by and to share and hear about the journeys, challenges, successes and career lessons.
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EFRI Sep 2
Some recent work from our brilliant PhD candidate, Lucy Ransome
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Sue Pillans Sep 2
These are the cutest little budding archaeologists I’ve ever seen!! Love when children become part of the picture when I’m out the “Children & Innovation” Symposium for ✏️
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Patrick Norman Aug 28
Our newest paper is out :) If you are interest in what influences people to visit national parks, here is the link Turns out, it depends on the user group. Some like close parks, others like rugged ones.
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EFRI Aug 28
A big thank you to for illustrating all of the wonderful ideas at the Children and Innovation Symposium today
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