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Griffith Sciences Nov 24
Moreton Bay has been recognised as a Hope Spot - a marine site considered critical to the health of the world’s oceans. This article explores researcher's findings on erosion, bull sharks, dolphins and whales in the area. 🐋
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Griffith Sciences Nov 23
's Head of ICT, Professor Paulo de Souza was interviewed on the 'That's Why I Call Science' podcast discussing technology, Rovers and space exploration. 🔭 Listen to the full episode. 👇
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Griffith University Nov 22
Wonderful to see researchers from Australian Research Centre for Human Evolution (ARCHE) make list of the 50 greatest archaeological discoveries of all time:
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Griffith Sciences Nov 22
🦅 researchers are tracking coastal raptors to discover more about their movements and lifestyle and are learning more about these "sharks of the sky".
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Griffith Sciences Nov 21
Recent Griffith graduate? Complete the Graduate Outcomes Survey for the chance to win a $1000* VISA gift card weekly and help us to improve graduate outcomes. 💰 Check your inbox for an invitation to participate or visit for more details.
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Griffith Sciences Nov 19
An Australian-first Spinal Injury Project rehabilitation trial will go ahead after a substantial donation from the Perry Cross Spinal Research Foundation!
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Griffith Sciences Nov 19
Has COVID had you considering a move away from the city? High house prices, long commutes and the ability to work from home has seen many Australians turn to working from the country. But what does that mean for our cities?
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Griffith Sciences Nov 18
's Associate Professor Vallipuram Muthukkumarasamy continues the conversation on as he delves further into personal security, risk mitigation and blockchain companies with . .
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Griffith Sciences Nov 18
As part of , we are sharing the story of PhD graduate Alison Wright, who once thought she had to choose between her research and living her truth. Instead, she found a supportive community at the Griffith Institute for Drug Discovery.
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Griffith Sciences Nov 18
Are you coming to 's live-streamed event next week? 👩‍💻 Join our panel of experts to discuss the human side of the pandemic and how this collective experience might change society.​ When: 6 – 7.15 pm (AEST) Tuesday 24 November 2020 Register:
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Griffith Sciences Nov 17
🐘 Poaching for tusks and horns is a well-recognised threat to Africa’s wildlife, but researchers are now discovering the impact of bushmeat hunting may pose an even greater threat.
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Griffith Sciences Nov 16
Are you considering an Honours year researching rainforest ecology and related topics in 2021? 🍃 The Lamington Natural History Association Bursary is available to support an eligible Honours student carry out their research project.
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Griffith University Nov 15
"You can manage aggressive magpies without killing them". urban ecologist Prof. Darryl Jones tells the best way to protect magpies and maintain human safety is to catch and move aggressive birds.
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ScienceAU Nov 11
Happy birthday to us! 35 years ago, Science & Technology Australia was founded to bring together the nation’s inspiring science and tech community. Thanks to our supporters for their moving words:
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Griffith Sciences Nov 14
Are you a recent graduate? 🎓 Complete the Graduate Outcomes Survey for the chance to win a $1000* VISA gift card weekly! Check your inbox for an invitation to participate or visit for more details. Complete by Saturday 28 November 2020.
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Assoc Prof Deanne Skelly Nov 8
Congratulations to the Griffith University Biomedical Sciences student association. Voted the best new club at GU in 2020. Proud of these amazing GU students!
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Griffith University Nov 10
and software development company have launched a three year academic partnership believed to be the first of its kind in Australia. It will see digital and spatial technology opportunities embedded into the curriculum.
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Griffith Sciences Nov 11
Research between Nyikina elders and Hub researchers will help water planners consider people’s custodial responsibilities, not just ecological knowledge, in water planning and the management of WA's Fitzroy River.
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Griffith Sciences Nov 10
"Throughout the 8-week challenge, the teams of students will participate in online Q&A sessions with experts to inspire them to design solutions using technology and innovation." .
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Griffith Sciences Nov 10
While a test that can detect 'superspreaders' is an exciting prospect, there are a few questions to answer before we know what role this test might have in managing the spread of COVID-19.
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