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International Business Times
Generation Trump: How Donald Trump's message reached beyond America's 'angry white men' at Fox because he has realised he can have this direct unmediated relationship
Generation Trump: How Donald Trump's message reached beyond America's 'angry white men'
International Business Times / Posted 12 hours ago
at Fox because he has realised he can have this direct unmediated relationship with the public," said Duncan McDonnell of Griffith University in Brisbane, Australia, and co-author of Populists in Power. But although the vessel is different – the... Read more
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The Daily Mercury
Amanda prepares to run 1200km for mental health awarenessher quest finishing in Mackay on July 2. She deliberately planned her run to e
Amanda prepares to run 1200km for mental health awareness
The Daily Mercury / Posted 21 hours ago
her quest finishing in Mackay on July 2. She deliberately planned her run to encompass rural Queensland after a recent Griffith University study showed the highest age-standardised suicide rate was found in western Queensland. "I really want... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
Shining light on mental healthher quest finishing in Mackay on July 2. She deliberately planned her run to e
Shining light on mental health
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 22 hours ago
her quest finishing in Mackay on July 2. She deliberately planned her run to encompass rural Queensland after a recent Griffith University study showed the highest age-standardised suicide rate was found in western Queensland. "I really want... Read more
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The Courier
Patrick Holland tells rousing tale of Australia's last bushrangers, the Kenniffsschool at 17, Holland worked as a horseman and ringer in stockyards in Cloncurr
Patrick Holland tells rousing tale of Australia's last bushrangers, the Kenniffs
The Courier / Posted yesterday
school at 17, Holland worked as a horseman and ringer in stockyards in Cloncurry. He went on to study English literature at Griffith University, then languages at Qingdao University, Bejing Foreign Studies University and Ho Chi Minh Social Science... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Patrick Holland tells rousing tale of Australia's last bushrangers, the Kenniffsschool at 17, Holland worked as a horseman and ringer in stockyards in Cloncurr
Patrick Holland tells rousing tale of Australia's last bushrangers, the Kenniffs
Northern Daily Leader / Posted yesterday
school at 17, Holland worked as a horseman and ringer in stockyards in Cloncurry. He went on to study English literature at Griffith University, then languages at Qingdao University, Bejing Foreign Studies University and Ho Chi Minh Social Science... Read more
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The Young Witness
Patrick Holland tells rousing tale of Australia's last bushrangers, the Kenniffsschool at 17, Holland worked as a horseman and ringer in stockyards in Cloncurr
Patrick Holland tells rousing tale of Australia's last bushrangers, the Kenniffs
The Young Witness / Posted yesterday
school at 17, Holland worked as a horseman and ringer in stockyards in Cloncurry. He went on to study English literature at Griffith University, then languages at Qingdao University, Bejing Foreign Studies University and Ho Chi Minh Social Science... Read more
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Western Advocate
Patrick Holland tells rousing tale of Australia's last bushrangers, the Kenniffsschool at 17, Holland worked as a horseman and ringer in stockyards in Cloncurr
Patrick Holland tells rousing tale of Australia's last bushrangers, the Kenniffs
Western Advocate / Posted yesterday
school at 17, Holland worked as a horseman and ringer in stockyards in Cloncurry. He went on to study English literature at Griffith University, then languages at Qingdao University, Bejing Foreign Studies University and Ho Chi Minh Social Science... Read more
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Kiama Independent
Patrick Holland tells rousing tale of Australia's last bushrangers, the Kenniffsschool at 17, Holland worked as a horseman and ringer in stockyards in Cloncurr
Patrick Holland tells rousing tale of Australia's last bushrangers, the Kenniffs
Kiama Independent / Posted yesterday
school at 17, Holland worked as a horseman and ringer in stockyards in Cloncurry. He went on to study English literature at Griffith University, then languages at Qingdao University, Bejing Foreign Studies University and Ho Chi Minh Social Science... Read more
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Manning River Times
Patrick Holland tells rousing tale of Australia's last bushrangers, the Kenniffsschool at 17, Holland worked as a horseman and ringer in stockyards in Cloncurr
Patrick Holland tells rousing tale of Australia's last bushrangers, the Kenniffs
Manning River Times / Posted yesterday
school at 17, Holland worked as a horseman and ringer in stockyards in Cloncurry. He went on to study English literature at Griffith University, then languages at Qingdao University, Bejing Foreign Studies University and Ho Chi Minh Social Science... Read more
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Goondiwindi Argus
Patrick Holland tells rousing tale of Australia's last bushrangers, the Kenniffsschool at 17, Holland worked as a horseman and ringer in stockyards in Cloncurr
Patrick Holland tells rousing tale of Australia's last bushrangers, the Kenniffs
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted yesterday
school at 17, Holland worked as a horseman and ringer in stockyards in Cloncurry. He went on to study English literature at Griffith University, then languages at Qingdao University, Bejing Foreign Studies University and Ho Chi Minh Social Science... Read more
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The North West Star
Patrick Holland tells rousing tale of Australia's last bushrangers, the Kenniffsschool at 17, Holland worked as a horseman and ringer in stockyards in Cloncurr
Patrick Holland tells rousing tale of Australia's last bushrangers, the Kenniffs
The North West Star / Posted yesterday
school at 17, Holland worked as a horseman and ringer in stockyards in Cloncurry. He went on to study English literature at Griffith University, then languages at Qingdao University, Bejing Foreign Studies University and Ho Chi Minh Social Science... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Patrick Holland tells rousing tale of Australia's last bushrangers, the Kenniffsschool at 17, Holland worked as a horseman and ringer in stockyards in Cloncurr
Patrick Holland tells rousing tale of Australia's last bushrangers, the Kenniffs
Daily Liberal / Posted yesterday
school at 17, Holland worked as a horseman and ringer in stockyards in Cloncurry. He went on to study English literature at Griffith University, then languages at Qingdao University, Bejing Foreign Studies University and Ho Chi Minh Social Science... Read more
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The Border Mail
Patrick Holland tells rousing tale of Australia's last bushrangers, the Kenniffsschool at 17, Holland worked as a horseman and ringer in stockyards in Cloncurr
Patrick Holland tells rousing tale of Australia's last bushrangers, the Kenniffs
The Border Mail / Posted yesterday
school at 17, Holland worked as a horseman and ringer in stockyards in Cloncurry. He went on to study English literature at Griffith University, then languages at Qingdao University, Bejing Foreign Studies University and Ho Chi Minh Social Science... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Patrick Holland tells rousing tale of Australia's last bushrangers, the Kenniffsschool at 17, Holland worked as a horseman and ringer in stockyards in Cloncurr
Patrick Holland tells rousing tale of Australia's last bushrangers, the Kenniffs
Illawarra Mercury / Posted yesterday
school at 17, Holland worked as a horseman and ringer in stockyards in Cloncurry. He went on to study English literature at Griffith University, then languages at Qingdao University, Bejing Foreign Studies University and Ho Chi Minh Social Science... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Youth lock-up rate in Qld surprises US expertin the community, the outcomes will be better." Dr Lipsey, who will be the key
Youth lock-up rate in Qld surprises US expert
Brisbane Times / Posted yesterday
in the community, the outcomes will be better." Dr Lipsey, who will be the keynote speaker at a youth justice symposium at Griffith University on Friday, said he had been approached to help improve the effectiveness of Queensland's juvenile justice... Read more
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The Register
The six stages of post-security incident grief avoidancesix stages of good incident response that if followed could bring an enterprise
The six stages of post-security incident grief avoidance
The Register / Posted yesterday
six stages of good incident response that if followed could bring an enterprise in line with Fortune 50 best practice. The Griffith University security manager says the steps of preparation; identification; containment; eradication; recovery, and... Read more
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University of Queensland
UQ law students win Indigenous Student Mootthe tort law case before a distinguished bench. They competed against teams of
UQ law students win Indigenous Student Moot
University of Queensland / Posted yesterday
the tort law case before a distinguished bench. They competed against teams of Indigenous students from Bond University, Griffith University and the Queensland University of Technology. The UQ duo also won the best written submissions and Ms... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Are the Government's super changes 'not at all' retrospective?there is no settled definition on what a retrospective law actually is. Profes
Are the Government's super changes 'not at all' retrospective?
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted yesterday
there is no settled definition on what a retrospective law actually is. Professor Charles Sampford, Foundation Dean of the Griffith University Law School, has extensively studied retrospectivity and has published a book on the topic. "There are... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Bonner - Federal Election 2016returning to re-gain the seat in 2010 and was easily re-elected in 2013. Before
Bonner - Federal Election 2016
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted yesterday
returning to re-gain the seat in 2010 and was easily re-elected in 2013. Before entering Parliament, Vasta graduated from Griffith University with a Bachelor of Commerce and went on to manage a chain of Italian restaurants. He is an Associate... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Are the Government's super changes 'not at all' retrospective?there is no settled definition on what a retrospective law actually is. Profes
Are the Government's super changes 'not at all' retrospective?
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted yesterday
there is no settled definition on what a retrospective law actually is. Professor Charles Sampford, Foundation Dean of the Griffith University Law School, has extensively studied retrospectivity and has published a book on the topic. "There are... Read more
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News 24 South Africa
Australian politician opposed to Muslim immigrants could return to Parliamentthe July 2 poll is a rare so-called "double dissolution" election, in which can
Australian politician opposed to Muslim immigrants could return to Parliament
News 24 South Africa / Posted 3 days ago
the July 2 poll is a rare so-called "double dissolution" election, in which candidates need a smaller share of the votes to win a seat. Griffith University political scientist Paul Williams rated Hanson's chances of winning a seat at "about 50... Read more
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Salon.com
Experts say divisive politician could win Australian seatscientist Katharine Gelber said Hanson has her best chance at being elected sin
Experts say divisive politician could win Australian seat
Salon.com / Posted 3 days ago
scientist Katharine Gelber said Hanson has her best chance at being elected since 1998, but declined to give odds. Griffith University political scientist Paul Williams rated her chances of winning a seat at “about 50-50.” Williams said he... Read more
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ABC News
Experts Say Divisive Politician Could Win Australian Seatscientist Katharine Gelber said Hanson has her best chance at being elected sin
Experts Say Divisive Politician Could Win Australian Seat
ABC News / Posted 3 days ago
scientist Katharine Gelber said Hanson has her best chance at being elected since 1998, but declined to give odds. Griffith University political scientist Paul Williams rated her chances of winning a seat at "about 50-50." Williams said he... Read more
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Sky News Australia
Hanson on verge of Senate spotsystem means that the last two spots are really unpredictable,' he told AAP. '
Hanson on verge of Senate spot
Sky News Australia / Posted 3 days ago
system means that the last two spots are really unpredictable,' he told AAP. 'I think there's a big opportunity for her.' Griffith University political lecturer Paul Williams says the far right politician has about an even chance of snatching the... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Octopus, squid, cuttlefish numbers boom in changing oceansconsistently moving in one direction — are responsible."Figures based on 'solid
Octopus, squid, cuttlefish numbers boom in changing oceans
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 3 days ago
consistently moving in one direction — are responsible."Figures based on 'solid data' Associate Professor Kylie Pitt from Griffith University has done similar work looking at population change in jellyfish. She says the cephalopod figures are... Read more
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BBC News
The divorced couple who built a global shoe companyport of call for any emotionally triggered responses."Shoe-making hobby Jodie,
The divorced couple who built a global shoe company
BBC News / Posted 4 days ago
port of call for any emotionally triggered responses."Shoe-making hobby Jodie, Michael and Mike met while studying at Griffith University in Brisbane. Jodie, then 25, and working in marketing in Sydney, had taken to designing her own shoes, a... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Brain injury victim's family pushes for controversial new stroke treatmentleading a push for the treatment to be made available to Australians. The deli
Brain injury victim's family pushes for controversial new stroke treatment
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 4 days ago
leading a push for the treatment to be made available to Australians. The delivery method remains untested in Australia. Griffith University has a clinical trial approved, but it is unfunded. The group has raised nearly $90,000 of the $250,000... Read more
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Wired News
New Evidence Could Overthrow the Standard View of Quantum MechanicsBohm. It’s a far simpler version of quantum mechanics than what you find in the
New Evidence Could Overthrow the Standard View of Quantum Mechanics
Wired News / Posted 6 days ago
Bohm. It’s a far simpler version of quantum mechanics than what you find in the textbooks.” Howard Wiseman, a physicist at Griffith University in Brisbane, Australia, said that the Bohmian view “gives you a pretty straightforward account of how the... Read more
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Perth Now
Bizarre idea to solve commute congestiona researcher has found if we start treating our morning commute like one giant
Bizarre idea to solve commute congestion
Perth Now / Posted 7 days ago
a researcher has found if we start treating our morning commute like one giant game, we might not hate it so much. Griffith University transport economist Dr Barbara Yen has come up with a pretty crazy plan to alleviate the dreaded... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Bizarre idea to solve commute congestiona researcher has found if we start treating our morning commute like one giant
Bizarre idea to solve commute congestion
Daily Telegraph / Posted 7 days ago
a researcher has found if we start treating our morning commute like one giant game, we might not hate it so much. Griffith University transport economist Dr Barbara Yen has come up with a pretty crazy plan to alleviate the dreaded... Read more
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Slate
The Secret Jokes Scientists Slip Into Research Papers Are Delightfully Nerdy—Here’s Proofare photons, as was the case in Kocsis et al.” But before the article went to p
The Secret Jokes Scientists Slip Into Research Papers Are Delightfully Nerdy—Here’s Proof
Slate / Posted 8 days ago
are photons, as was the case in Kocsis et al.” But before the article went to press, one of the authors, Howard Wiseman of Griffith University in Australia, decided to have a bit of fun. So the published version of the paper read: The particles... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Calls for in-home immunisation to be rolled out furtherwas a nominee in the Nurse of the Year category at the HESTA Australian Nursing
Calls for in-home immunisation to be rolled out further
Brisbane Times / Posted 8 days ago
was a nominee in the Nurse of the Year category at the HESTA Australian Nursing Awards, won by Perth nurse Angie Monk. The Griffith University graduate said the program was cheap to administer, vaccinating more than 4000 people over three years, at... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Brisbane research centre gives new hope to paralysed patientsA medical research centre that could help paralysed patients walk again was off
Brisbane research centre gives new hope to paralysed patients
Brisbane Times / Posted 8 days ago
A medical research centre that could help paralysed patients walk again was officially opened at Griffith University Nathan campus on Thursday. The Clem Jones Centre for Neurobiology and Stem Cell Research, officially opened by Premier Annastacia... Read more
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Weekly Times
On with the showtuition. “I think it’s great that in the country if you want something you hav
On with the show
Weekly Times / Posted 10 days ago
tuition. “I think it’s great that in the country if you want something you have to chase it hard.” Erika, who studied at Griffith University in Queensland, says while she has multiple strings to her bow, musical theatre gives her the greatest... Read more
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Sky News Australia
Shorten likely to spend more time in Qldonly see Labor pick up the marginal Brisbane seat of Petrie and Capricornia if
Shorten likely to spend more time in Qld
Sky News Australia / Posted 13 days ago
only see Labor pick up the marginal Brisbane seat of Petrie and Capricornia if the result was replicated across the state. Griffith University politics lecturer Paul Williams has warned that with 12 of the LNP's 18 seats held by a margin of more... Read more
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Duke University
Student Laurels and Honors, 2016 EditionLeadership and Service Award Safa Kaleem, Gayle Powell, Umer Ahmed, Ezgi Ustun
Student Laurels and Honors, 2016 Edition
Duke University / Posted 13 days ago
Leadership and Service Award Safa Kaleem, Gayle Powell, Umer Ahmed, Ezgi Ustundag and Suhani Jalota won the William J. Griffith University Service Award Theater Studies Catherine (Faye) Goodwin won the Alex Cohen Award for Summer Initiatives... Read more
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The Age
Griffith Uni team kill 'sexy' parasites to stop diseasespreading. Almost half the world is at risk to the mosquito-borne infectious d
Griffith Uni team kill 'sexy' parasites to stop disease
The Age / Posted 14 days ago
spreading. Almost half the world is at risk to the mosquito-borne infectious disease, a fact that has driven a team at Griffith University to dedicate the better part of seven years trying replicate a specific stage of the parasite. Griffith... Read more
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Herald Sun
Questions all women should be askedshe said. Dr Taylor led the event on Thursday, which focused on presentations
Questions all women should be asked
Herald Sun / Posted 14 days ago
she said. Dr Taylor led the event on Thursday, which focused on presentations from guest speakers Dr Kathleen Baird from Griffith University and Dr Deborah Walsh from the University of Queensland. The discussion looked at what purpose universal... Read more
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Perth Now
Questions all women should be askedshe said. Dr Taylor led the event on Thursday, which focused on presentations
Questions all women should be asked
Perth Now / Posted 14 days ago
she said. Dr Taylor led the event on Thursday, which focused on presentations from guest speakers Dr Kathleen Baird from Griffith University and Dr Deborah Walsh from the University of Queensland. The discussion looked at what purpose universal... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Questions all women should be askedshe said. Dr Taylor led the event on Thursday, which focused on presentations
Questions all women should be asked
Adelaide Now / Posted 14 days ago
she said. Dr Taylor led the event on Thursday, which focused on presentations from guest speakers Dr Kathleen Baird from Griffith University and Dr Deborah Walsh from the University of Queensland. The discussion looked at what purpose universal... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Possums, it's another prize for Barry Humphriesculture for future generations." It is not the first honorary doctorate for Hu
Possums, it's another prize for Barry Humphries
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 14 days ago
culture for future generations." It is not the first honorary doctorate for Humphries, who has also received ones from Griffith University and the University of Melbourne. His other gongs include recognition as an Officer of the Order of... Read more
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Northern Star
Mitchell's cancer battle inspires brother to study medicinePokémon was created. After his four-year long battle, Mitchell died at his fam
Mitchell's cancer battle inspires brother to study medicine
Northern Star / Posted 14 days ago
Pokémon was created. After his four-year long battle, Mitchell died at his family home in August. His older brother Dylan is now in his third year at Griffith University studying biomedical science in the hopes he can help children like Mit... Read more
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The Daily Mercury
Mitchell's cancer battle inspires brother to study medicinePokémon was created. After his four-year long battle, Mitchell died at his fam
Mitchell's cancer battle inspires brother to study medicine
The Daily Mercury / Posted 14 days ago
Pokémon was created. After his four-year long battle, Mitchell died at his family home in August. His older brother Dylan is now in his third year at Griffith University studying biomedical science in the hopes he can help children like Mit... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
Mitchell's cancer battle inspires brother to study medicinePokémon was created. After his four-year long battle, Mitchell died at his fam
Mitchell's cancer battle inspires brother to study medicine
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 14 days ago
Pokémon was created. After his four-year long battle, Mitchell died at his family home in August. His older brother Dylan is now in his third year at Griffith University studying biomedical science in the hopes he can help children like Mit... Read more
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Queensland Times
Mitchell's cancer battle inspires brother to study medicinePokémon was created. After his four-year long battle, Mitchell died at his fam
Mitchell's cancer battle inspires brother to study medicine
Queensland Times / Posted 14 days ago
Pokémon was created. After his four-year long battle, Mitchell died at his family home in August. His older brother Dylan is now in his third year at Griffith University studying biomedical science in the hopes he can help children like Mit... Read more
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The Morning Bulletin
Mitchell's cancer battle inspires brother to study medicinePokémon was created. After his four-year long battle, Mitchell died at his fam
Mitchell's cancer battle inspires brother to study medicine
The Morning Bulletin / Posted 14 days ago
Pokémon was created. After his four-year long battle, Mitchell died at his family home in August. His older brother Dylan is now in his third year at Griffith University studying biomedical science in the hopes he can help children like Mit... Read more
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News Mail
Mitchell's cancer battle inspires brother to study medicinePokémon was created. After his four-year long battle, Mitchell died at his fam
Mitchell's cancer battle inspires brother to study medicine
News Mail / Posted 14 days ago
Pokémon was created. After his four-year long battle, Mitchell died at his family home in August. His older brother Dylan is now in his third year at Griffith University studying biomedical science in the hopes he can help children like Mit... Read more
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Daily Examiner
Mitchell's cancer battle inspires brother to study medicinePokémon was created. After his four-year long battle, Mitchell died at his fam
Mitchell's cancer battle inspires brother to study medicine
Daily Examiner / Posted 14 days ago
Pokémon was created. After his four-year long battle, Mitchell died at his family home in August. His older brother Dylan is now in his third year at Griffith University studying biomedical science in the hopes he can help children like Mit... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
Griffith researchers closer to identifying cause of Chronic Fatigue SyndromeNew findings regarding the pathology of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS) are brin
Griffith researchers closer to identifying cause of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
News-Medical-Net / Posted 16 days ago
New findings regarding the pathology of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS) are bringing Griffith University researchers closer to identifying the cause of this disabling illness. This is the news from a team at the National Centre for Neuroimmunology... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Students give Qld universities top markswith their education. Students in Queensland are the most satisfied with their
Students give Qld universities top marks
Brisbane Times / Posted 17 days ago
with their education. Students in Queensland are the most satisfied with their universities. Photo: Louise Kennerley Griffith University rounded out the best universities in Queensland in sixth place with a satisfaction rating of 84.7 per... Read more
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