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Griffith’s Women in STEM step up for 2019 Prize
Continued support for Australia’s community pharmacies
New malaria vaccine clinical trials aims to globally eradicate disease
Technological development outpacing understanding, HR researcher says
Busy week for Griffith on International Women’s Day
Film school delegation in spotlight at SXSW Festival
Malaria research leader supports STEM stars of future
Geochemical ‘stamp’ offers new hope for repatriation of unprovenanced human remains
Inaugural ‘Witoelar Dialogue’ to deepen regional cooperation on climate change and sustainable development
Workers’ productivity not guaranteed at 22°C
Griffith physicist bound for prestigious Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting
Tools in world’s oldest tattoo kit made from human bone
Screen legends provide a platform for young filmmakers
Thoughts on reducing gap between what UN peace support operations promise to do and what actually happens
‘Naked liquid marbles’ – improved cell culturing method to aid nerve repair
Griffith earns top-50 result for multiple subjects in 2019 QS World University Rankings
Kungullanji program highlights value of Indigenous research
Institute for Glycomics joins peak body for medical research
Queensland Conservatorium launches 2019 concert season
Did the Royal Commission achieve its purpose?
Cyber attacks as a new form of violence against states?
Program aims to beat phobias in pre-school children
Teen girls swayed by parents’ drinking
Sophisticated monkey hunting aids human colonisation of South Asian rainforest
Linkage Projects spotlight Griffith research impact
Australian stories on the big screen
Research gives GPs clarity in referring headaches for scans
Global Internships: A trip down memory lane
India-Queensland partnership: Internationalising Indian women entrepreneurs
Griffith University partners with QLD Social Enterprise Council and English Family Foundation to grow social enterprise in Queensland
Brave new world
Calling small businesses: Griffith researcher wants to help your cash flow
Microsoft AI for Earth win boosts green infrastructure carbon research
Creating digital poetry out of Queensland’s past
Griffith grad Kate Miller-Heidke to represent Australia at Eurovision
Global Internships – Passport to the world of work
‘Taxing into the Future’
Getting a sweet return on mangoes
Wave energy – researchers examine influence of wave climate variability in power conversion
Revitalised Griffith Tertiary Preparation program launches, extends application period
Griffith partners with Flight Centre on sustainable art exhibition
Carbon economy and wetland protection to benefit from new app
Study investigates beliefs about portable pool safety
Study debunks autism intervention myths