Latest Griffith University News

Griffith signs MOU with ADBI to progress inclusive growth and development programs
Girl Power unleashed so STEM can blossom in schools
$10.7 million to advance Australian neurological research
New treatment keeps bush kids close to home
Labor integrity commission to investigate allegations from ‘long time ago’
Bat urine reveals extended range for new Hendra virus variant
Road upgrades need candidates’ backing
Origin of fascination: childhood dream reality for new ARCHE Director
Switching to feral pig diet helped boost croc numbers
Tasmania ‘first to become carbon negative’
1 in 7 Children Struggle With Anxiety. New Study & Book to Help Reduce Childhood Anxiety
Tasmania goes net carbon negative by reducing logging
Time for LEAF lovers to return to their roots
What Australians really think about climate change: survey
Griffith recognised as leader in sustainable development
May’s month for live music in Murwillumbah
Ancient hand grenades: explosive weapons in medieval Jerusalem during Crusades
Griffith Asia Institute and Asian Development Bank examine how CBDC can impact financial inclusion
Delta’s sneaky trick to evade body’s immune response
Intranasal vaccine may deter antibiotic-resistant bacterium
Quantum teleportation: express lane for quantum data traffic
Strong gains for Griffith in 2022 QS World University subject rankings
How our scientists are striving for healthier tomorrow
Griffith takes creative arts to outback
Driving cultural change through Victoria’s child protection system
MDBA chair Sir Angus Houston welcomes new chief to help guide future o
Victims of wrongful conviction in spotlight
K.I.N.D. breaking cycle of violence
Cancer Therapeutics CRC/Canthera Discovery next generation drugs land CRA Award for Research Commercialisation
Creative collaboration key to success
Researchers work with Industry on new ARC Linkage Projects
Darling Downs Hospital and Health Board strengthened by incoming specialists
Stellar space sector opportunities follow funding news
Minister congratulates Toowoomba’s highest achieving Year 12 graduates
Minister congratulates Ingham’s highest achieving Year 12 graduates
Minister congratulates Gold Coast’s highest achieving Year 12 graduates
Molecular key may unlock new treatments for neurodegenerative disorders
Two new members for Science and Technology Council
Gallery set to host installation by South African artist William Kentridge
Researchers lead human trials for malaria vaccine
Griffith Asia Business Internships open doors
On countdown: citizen scientists fight to save species
Digital ‘twins’ revolutionise children’s hip deformity surgery and recovery
Productivity Commission appointments
Exploring climate-smart technologies for Australian viticulture
Universities prioritise opportunity for Australia’s future
Missing offender: Milton
DV prevention program receives high praise from ACER