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Adelaide Now
UniSA leads way in Islamic studiesProfessor Mohamad Abdalla will make the move from Griffith University to lead t
UniSA leads way in Islamic studies
Adelaide Now / Posted 19 hours ago
Professor Mohamad Abdalla will make the move from Griffith University to lead the Centre for Islamic Thought and Education.Picture: Tara Croser. THE University of South Australia is set to become the leading Australian hub for Islamic studies... Read more
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MumBRELLA
Gold Coast gets digital billboards as QMS expands with 'landmark' signsignificant volume of traffic that flows across the three lanes of this major h
Gold Coast gets digital billboards as QMS expands with 'landmark' sign
MumBRELLA / Posted 22 hours ago
significant volume of traffic that flows across the three lanes of this major highway. Strategically situated adjacent to Griffith University and the newly developed Gold Coast University Hospital, the site offers uninterrupted long-range viewing... Read more
23h
Scoop.co.nz
New rules needed to support workplace whistleblowerswhistleblowing and realise its full benefits to companies and its employees.Pro
New rules needed to support workplace whistleblowers
Scoop.co.nz / Posted 23 hours ago
whistleblowing and realise its full benefits to companies and its employees.Professor A. J. Brown from Queensland’s Griffith University, who publicly launched the project in Sydney last week, says robust whistleblowing procedures are a... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Unis reveal how many students change courseare changing from one degree to another, according to figures from some of Quee
Unis reveal how many students change course
Brisbane Times / Posted yesterday
are changing from one degree to another, according to figures from some of Queensland's leading universities. Figures from Griffith University reveal that in the period from 2013-2015 a total of 9750 students of a student population of 134,347... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Research shows 'two to three' drinks inside party precinctsThe Labor Government is targeting the "wrong end of the evening" with drinking
Research shows 'two to three' drinks inside party precincts
Brisbane Times / Posted 2 days ago
The Labor Government is targeting the "wrong end of the evening" with drinking precinct legislation, with Griffith University research proving drinkers consume alcohol before they go out, not while they are in late night drink precincts. It shows... Read more
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Philly.com
The advantages of taking on more risk as you ageof security in retirement, mainly because of its low standard deviation, and sh
The advantages of taking on more risk as you age
Philly.com / Posted 5 days ago
of security in retirement, mainly because of its low standard deviation, and should be reconsidered,” Osei Wiafe of Griffith University and Anup Basu and En-Te (John) Chen of Queensland University of Technology write in a recent study.... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Have firearm homicides and suicides dropped since Port Arthur as a result of John Howard's reforms?suicide," largely written by Samara McPhedran, a senior research fellow in the
Have firearm homicides and suicides dropped since Port Arthur as a result of John Howard's reforms?
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 6 days ago
suicide," largely written by Samara McPhedran, a senior research fellow in the violence research and prevention program at Griffith University and chair of the International Coalition for Women in Shooting and Hunting, and Jeanine Baker, research... Read more
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The Age
University inter-library lending scheme rewrites e-book trendUniversity Auckland University of Technology (from April 2016) Massey Univers
University inter-library lending scheme rewrites e-book trend
The Age / Posted 7 days ago
University Auckland University of Technology (from April 2016) Massey University Queensland University of Technology Griffith University University of Tasmania The writer is a regional co-ordinator for a Students and New Graduates Group of... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Bailey has all guns blazingone of the biggest fights in Brisbane for years with a light workout yesterday
Bailey has all guns blazing
Daily Telegraph / Posted 7 days ago
one of the biggest fights in Brisbane for years with a light workout yesterday at Gareth Williams’ Boxing Shop inside the Griffith University campus at Nathan. His diminutive trainer Javiel Centeno was happier than anyone that the hard work is... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Live Stories Volume 10: Under the MicroscopePress. John Hockenberry - award-winning US broadcaster and disability advocate
Live Stories Volume 10: Under the Microscope
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 7 days ago
Press. John Hockenberry - award-winning US broadcaster and disability advocate Under the Microscope was recorded at Griffith University Conservatorium theatre for the 2016 World Science Festival, Brisbane You can either listen to each... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
Brain injury sufferer can now commentate the footymakes it possible for the drug to be covered by medical insurance and governmen
Brain injury sufferer can now commentate the footy
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 7 days ago
makes it possible for the drug to be covered by medical insurance and government subsidy schemes. Last year Queensland's Griffith University had approval from the Therapeutic Goods Administration to start but needed funding. Toowoomba's Bendigo... Read more
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Sky News Australia
Future jobs creation the focus of Qld summitabout how growth could continue over the next decade. The Parliament House sum
Future jobs creation the focus of Qld summit
Sky News Australia / Posted 8 days ago
about how growth could continue over the next decade. The Parliament House summit will be attended by representatives from the Queensland Nurses Union, Queensland Tourism, Chamber of Commerce and Industry Queensland, Griffith University and ot... Read more
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News.com.au
Qld summit to focus on jobs creationHouse summit will be attended by representatives from the Queensland Nurses Uni
Qld summit to focus on jobs creation
News.com.au / Posted 8 days ago
House summit will be attended by representatives from the Queensland Nurses Union, Queensland Tourism, Chamber of Commerce and Industry Queensland, Griffith University and others. Originally published as Qld summit to focus on... Read more
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Perth Now
Qld summit to focus on jobs creationdecade. The Parliament House summit will be attended by representatives from t
Qld summit to focus on jobs creation
Perth Now / Posted 8 days ago
decade. The Parliament House summit will be attended by representatives from the Queensland Nurses Union, Queensland Tourism, Chamber of Commerce and Industry Queensland, Griffith University and others. Most popular National Breaking News s... Read more
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Brisbane Times
City's living and working pressures laid barerail commuters amongst all train stations is relatively balanced." "But there
City's living and working pressures laid bare
Brisbane Times / Posted 8 days ago
rail commuters amongst all train stations is relatively balanced." "But there is also a lack of east-west connectivity. "Griffith University station, Sunnybank and Eight Miles Plain are important transit locations for public transport passengers,... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Bailey has all guns blazingone of the biggest fights in Brisbane for years with a light workout yesterday
Bailey has all guns blazing
The Courier Mail / Posted 8 days ago
one of the biggest fights in Brisbane for years with a light workout yesterday at Gareth Williams’ Boxing Shop inside the Griffith University campus at Nathan. His diminutive trainer Javiel Centeno was happier than anyone that the hard work is... Read more
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Herald Sun
Every parent’s greatest fearthe family, Elliot “was a perfectionist.” A recent study by the Australian Ins
Every parent’s greatest fear
Herald Sun / Posted 9 days ago
the family, Elliot “was a perfectionist.” A recent study by the Australian Institute of Suicide Research and Prevention at Griffith University analysed completed suicides in Queensland by young people aged 10-19 years between 1994 and 2006.Lisa... Read more
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Brisbane Times
App to change how we understand fear of crime and safetywill hopefully create a more rounded picture about how we feel about crime and
App to change how we understand fear of crime and safety
Brisbane Times / Posted 9 days ago
will hopefully create a more rounded picture about how we feel about crime and victimisation, Gold Coast researchers say. Griffith University PhD candidate Michael Chataway helped create iExperience,a mobile data collection platform, in a bid to... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Every parent’s greatest fearthe family, Elliot “was a perfectionist.” A recent study by the Australian Ins
Every parent’s greatest fear
The Courier Mail / Posted 9 days ago
the family, Elliot “was a perfectionist.” A recent study by the Australian Institute of Suicide Research and Prevention at Griffith University analysed completed suicides in Queensland by young people aged 10-19 years between 1994 and 2006.Lisa... Read more
11d
PhysOrg
Paperbark tree to unlock climate changehas found Melaleuca leaves preserved in ancient wetlands could be used to recon
Paperbark tree to unlock climate change
PhysOrg / Posted 11 days ago
has found Melaleuca leaves preserved in ancient wetlands could be used to reconstruct past rainfall activity. Credit: Griffith University Synonymous with the Australian landscape, the paperbark tree is most recognised for its distinctive bark,... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
TAVR procedure could provide improved health outcomes for inoperable patientsresearch being carried out by the Centre for Applied Health Economics, part of
TAVR procedure could provide improved health outcomes for inoperable patients
News-Medical-Net / Posted 11 days ago
research being carried out by the Centre for Applied Health Economics, part of the Menzies Health Institute Queensland at Griffith University. The Centre’s research team is a winner of this year's Vice Chancellor Research Excellence Awards and Dr... Read more
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The North West Star
Ian Lowe: Books that changed meEmeritus professor at Griffith University and prolific author Ian Lowe reveals
Ian Lowe: Books that changed me
The North West Star / Posted 11 days ago
Emeritus professor at Griffith University and prolific author Ian Lowe reveals the books that inspired and changed him throughout his life. Ian Lowe is emeritus professor at Griffith University and the author of 20 books. He was president of the... Read more
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11d
Daily Liberal
Ian Lowe: Books that changed meEmeritus professor at Griffith University and prolific author Ian Lowe reveals
Ian Lowe: Books that changed me
Daily Liberal / Posted 11 days ago
Emeritus professor at Griffith University and prolific author Ian Lowe reveals the books that inspired and changed him throughout his life. Ian Lowe is emeritus professor at Griffith University and the author of 20 books. He was president of the... Read more
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The Border Mail
Ian Lowe: Books that changed meEmeritus professor at Griffith University and prolific author Ian Lowe reveals
Ian Lowe: Books that changed me
The Border Mail / Posted 11 days ago
Emeritus professor at Griffith University and prolific author Ian Lowe reveals the books that inspired and changed him throughout his life. Ian Lowe is emeritus professor at Griffith University and the author of 20 books. He was president of the... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Ian Lowe: Books that changed meEmeritus professor at Griffith University and prolific author Ian Lowe reveals
Ian Lowe: Books that changed me
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 11 days ago
Emeritus professor at Griffith University and prolific author Ian Lowe reveals the books that inspired and changed him throughout his life. Ian Lowe is emeritus professor at Griffith University and the author of 20 books. He was president of the... Read more
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The Courier
Ian Lowe: Books that changed meEmeritus professor at Griffith University and prolific author Ian Lowe reveals
Ian Lowe: Books that changed me
The Courier / Posted 11 days ago
Emeritus professor at Griffith University and prolific author Ian Lowe reveals the books that inspired and changed him throughout his life. Ian Lowe is emeritus professor at Griffith University and the author of 20 books. He was president of the... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Ian Lowe: Books that changed meEmeritus professor at Griffith University and prolific author Ian Lowe reveals
Ian Lowe: Books that changed me
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 11 days ago
Emeritus professor at Griffith University and prolific author Ian Lowe reveals the books that inspired and changed him throughout his life. Ian Lowe is emeritus professor at Griffith University and the author of 20 books. He was president of the... Read more
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11d
The Young Witness
Ian Lowe: Books that changed meEmeritus professor at Griffith University and prolific author Ian Lowe reveals
Ian Lowe: Books that changed me
The Young Witness / Posted 11 days ago
Emeritus professor at Griffith University and prolific author Ian Lowe reveals the books that inspired and changed him throughout his life. Ian Lowe is emeritus professor at Griffith University and the author of 20 books. He was president of the... Read more
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11d
Western Advocate
Ian Lowe: Books that changed meEmeritus professor at Griffith University and prolific author Ian Lowe reveals
Ian Lowe: Books that changed me
Western Advocate / Posted 11 days ago
Emeritus professor at Griffith University and prolific author Ian Lowe reveals the books that inspired and changed him throughout his life. Ian Lowe is emeritus professor at Griffith University and the author of 20 books. He was president of the... Read more
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Kiama Independent
Ian Lowe: Books that changed meEmeritus professor at Griffith University and prolific author Ian Lowe reveals
Ian Lowe: Books that changed me
Kiama Independent / Posted 11 days ago
Emeritus professor at Griffith University and prolific author Ian Lowe reveals the books that inspired and changed him throughout his life. Ian Lowe is emeritus professor at Griffith University and the author of 20 books. He was president of the... Read more
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11d
Manning River Times
Ian Lowe: Books that changed meEmeritus professor at Griffith University and prolific author Ian Lowe reveals
Ian Lowe: Books that changed me
Manning River Times / Posted 11 days ago
Emeritus professor at Griffith University and prolific author Ian Lowe reveals the books that inspired and changed him throughout his life. Ian Lowe is emeritus professor at Griffith University and the author of 20 books. He was president of the... Read more
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Goondiwindi Argus
Ian Lowe: Books that changed meEmeritus professor at Griffith University and prolific author Ian Lowe reveals
Ian Lowe: Books that changed me
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted 11 days ago
Emeritus professor at Griffith University and prolific author Ian Lowe reveals the books that inspired and changed him throughout his life. Ian Lowe is emeritus professor at Griffith University and the author of 20 books. He was president of the... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Queensland Labor and LNP's 'appalling hypocrisy'of anti-corruption measures. (For more on optional preferential voting and its
Queensland Labor and LNP's 'appalling hypocrisy'
Brisbane Times / Posted 11 days ago
of anti-corruption measures. (For more on optional preferential voting and its history in Queensland, read this article.) Griffith University professor of politics Anne Tiernan described the “opportunistic” behaviour of both parties on Thursday as... Read more
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Queensland Times
Pride committed to vital home matchmost pleasing so far. "It will be good to get three points at home and try and
Pride committed to vital home match
Queensland Times / Posted 11 days ago
most pleasing so far. "It will be good to get three points at home and try and get a bit of momentum going forward.'' The Griffith University Commerce student is normally a centre midfielder. However, he played a more attacking flanker role under... Read more
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Crikey
James Deen and social media shamingdo attempt to mediate or delete offending content, according to Professor Mark
James Deen and social media shaming
Crikey / Posted 11 days ago
do attempt to mediate or delete offending content, according to Professor Mark Pearson, journalism and media law expert at Griffith University, it can still be an exercise in futility. “They [forums] are of such a magnitude in speed and number of... Read more
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The North West Star
Project tackles crimeSenior Sergeant Ian Frame the project resulted in a drop in severe crime. “We’
Project tackles crime
The North West Star / Posted 11 days ago
Senior Sergeant Ian Frame the project resulted in a drop in severe crime. “We’re actually doing an evaluation with Griffith University, and we’re finding that their attitudes towards criminal acts are dramatically reducing post-program,” he... Read more
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The North West Star
Project tackles crimeSenior Sergeant Ian Frame the project resulted in a drop in severe crime. “We’
Project tackles crime
The North West Star / Posted 12 days ago
Senior Sergeant Ian Frame the project resulted in a drop in severe crime. “We’re actually doing an evaluation with Griffith University, and we’re finding that their attitudes towards criminal acts are dramatically reducing post-program,” he... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
HOW IT HAPPENED: Teen killed in Work for Dole accidentTara Miko Reporter Tara started with APN in 2010 after graduating with a journa
HOW IT HAPPENED: Teen killed in Work for Dole accident
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 12 days ago
Tara Miko Reporter Tara started with APN in 2010 after graduating with a journalism and politics degree from Griffith University in Brisbane. After two-and-a-half years working on APN papers in the Bowen Basin in Central Queensland, she joined the... Read more
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News.com.au
Howard urges South China Sea patienceHoward has warned countries should guard against overreaction as tensions rise
Howard urges South China Sea patience
News.com.au / Posted 13 days ago
Howard has warned countries should guard against overreaction as tensions rise over the South China Sea. Mr Howard told Griffith University overnight that people who fret about the possibility of conflict should recall the long saga of the... Read more
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Perth Now
Howard urges South China Sea patienceHoward has warned countries should guard against overreaction as tensions rise
Howard urges South China Sea patience
Perth Now / Posted 13 days ago
Howard has warned countries should guard against overreaction as tensions rise over the South China Sea. Mr Howard told Griffith University overnight that people who fret about the possibility of conflict should recall the long saga of the... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Howard urges South China Sea patienceHoward has warned countries should guard against overreaction as tensions rise
Howard urges South China Sea patience
The Courier Mail / Posted 13 days ago
Howard has warned countries should guard against overreaction as tensions rise over the South China Sea. Mr Howard told Griffith University overnight that people who fret about the possibility of conflict should recall the long saga of the... Read more
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Bdnews24.com
‘Panama Papers’ is just half of the story, says US researcherJason Sharman, who teaches governance and public policy at the Griffith Univers
‘Panama Papers’ is just half of the story, says US researcher
Bdnews24.com / Posted 13 days ago
Jason Sharman, who teaches governance and public policy at the Griffith University, with his two colleagues ran their own investigation in 2009 to understand how offshore companies and bank accounts worked. The Panama Papers are over 11 million... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
Greens candidate a fierce advocate for social justicemoved to Toowoomba in 2012 and worked in child care before studying film at the
Greens candidate a fierce advocate for social justice
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 14 days ago
moved to Toowoomba in 2012 and worked in child care before studying film at the University of Southern Queensland and later Griffith University. Her first film Bunny won best Indigenous Film at Armadale Film Festival in Perth in 2011. She said she... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
Griffith launches NNEDPro to help GPs provide effective nutrition advice to patientsWith a recent report released from the World Health Organisation on the almost
Griffith launches NNEDPro to help GPs provide effective nutrition advice to patients
News-Medical-Net / Posted 14 days ago
With a recent report released from the World Health Organisation on the almost four-fold increase in diabetes, Griffith University is stepping in with the launch of a program to help GPs provide effective nutrition advice to their patients. The Need... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Key to moving forward with business in China is collaboration, not competition, says co-operative HunterNetalso now understand there's other institutions [doing different research] like
Key to moving forward with business in China is collaboration, not competition, says co-operative HunterNet
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 14 days ago
also now understand there's other institutions [doing different research] like UTS (University of Technology, Sydney) and Griffith University which, for example, is doing a lot of work in renewables. "There's Wollongong University, which is doing... Read more
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Brisbane Times
US lawyer Jordan Thomas says encouraging whistleblowers improves bank culturein focus In letters this week, ASIC is inviting 30,000 companies to participat
US lawyer Jordan Thomas says encouraging whistleblowers improves bank culture
Brisbane Times / Posted 14 days ago
in focus In letters this week, ASIC is inviting 30,000 companies to participate in a project being led by AJ Brown from Griffith University. As Chanticleer reported last week, Professor Brown expects the survey to reveal a gap between what... Read more
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The Age
US lawyer Jordan Thomas says encouraging whistleblowers improves bank culturewhistleblowing in focus ASIC is inviting this week 30,000 companies to partici
US lawyer Jordan Thomas says encouraging whistleblowers improves bank culture
The Age / Posted 14 days ago
whistleblowing in focus ASIC is inviting this week 30,000 companies to participate in a project being led by AJ Brown from Griffith University. As Chanticleer reported last week, Professor Brown expects the survey to reveal a gap between what... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
US lawyer Jordan Thomas says encouraging whistleblowers improves bank culturewhistleblowing in focus ASIC is inviting this week 30,000 companies to partici
US lawyer Jordan Thomas says encouraging whistleblowers improves bank culture
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 14 days ago
whistleblowing in focus ASIC is inviting this week 30,000 companies to participate in a project being led by AJ Brown from Griffith University. As Chanticleer reported last week, Professor Brown expects the survey to reveal a gap between what... Read more
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Scoop.co.nz
New Zealand vulnerable to the threats of climate changeinternational guest Professor Jean Palutikof, Director of the National Climate
New Zealand vulnerable to the threats of climate change
Scoop.co.nz / Posted 15 days ago
international guest Professor Jean Palutikof, Director of the National Climate Change Adaptation Research Facility at Griffith University, Queensland. Professor Palutikof previously managed the production of the Intergovernmental Panel on... Read more
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PhysOrg
Team devises new technique to probe 'noise' in quantum computingDartmouth College and Griffith University researchers have devised a new way to
Team devises new technique to probe 'noise' in quantum computing
PhysOrg / Posted 15 days ago
Dartmouth College and Griffith University researchers have devised a new way to "sense" and control external noise in quantum computing. Quantum computing may revolutionize information processing by providing a means to solve problems too complex... Read more
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