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The Age
Universities have deep roots but are part of a fragile ecosystemGovernment and Australia may be about to learn that it will take no time at all
The Age / Posted an hour ago
Government and Australia may be about to learn that it will take no time at all to break, and forever to repair. David Grant is Pro Vice Chancellor (Business) at Griffith University and Secretary of the Australian Business Deans Council.0 co... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Universities have deep roots but are part of a fragile ecosystemGovernment and Australia may be about to learn that it will take no time at all
Brisbane Times / Posted an hour ago
Government and Australia may be about to learn that it will take no time at all to break, and forever to repair. David Grant is Pro Vice Chancellor (Business) at Griffith University and Secretary of the Australian Business Deans Council.0 co... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Universities have deep roots but are part of a fragile ecosystemGovernment and Australia may be about to learn that it will take no time at all
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted an hour ago
Government and Australia may be about to learn that it will take no time at all to break, and forever to repair. David Grant is Pro Vice Chancellor (Business) at Griffith University and Secretary of the Australian Business Deans Council.0 co... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
How children with autism can benefit from facing new challengesAutism and children: The benefits of facing new challenges By David Trembath,
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 2 hours ago
Autism and children: The benefits of facing new challenges By David Trembath, Griffith University This week's Australian Story featuring Sam and James Best's journey through Africa illustrates the lengths parents will go to in supporting their... Read more
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News.com.au
I backpacked around Africa with my autistic sonhomesickness, Sam’s dependency on me slowly ebbed away. He calmed down. Our jo
News.com.au / Posted 6 hours ago
homesickness, Sam’s dependency on me slowly ebbed away. He calmed down. Our journey was tracked by Dr David Trembath from Griffith University, using video footage filmed on the road, shipped back home (a story in itself in Africa) and... Read more
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Geelong Advertiser
New bid to power West Coast NBNhe said. Small business operator Casey Farell said his Hobart business Takefli
Geelong Advertiser / Posted 22 hours ago
he said. Small business operator Casey Farell said his Hobart business Takeflight had completed a project for Queensland’s Griffith University without having to meet face-to-face. “Everything was available via the internet and the only time there... Read more
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News.com.au
New bid to power West Coast NBNhe said. Small business operator Casey Farell said his Hobart business Takefli
News.com.au / Posted 22 hours ago
he said. Small business operator Casey Farell said his Hobart business Takeflight had completed a project for Queensland’s Griffith University without having to meet face-to-face. “Everything was available via the internet and the only time there... Read more
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News.com.au
Surprising thing people are doing on flights(Macquarie University), Negotiation and Conflict Resolution (Macquarie Universi
News.com.au / Posted yesterday
(Macquarie University), Negotiation and Conflict Resolution (Macquarie University) and Understanding the Origins of Crime (Griffith University). The first special interest course to be introduced in August will be Astronomy: Discovering the... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
How six months of unpredictability proved 'life changing' for one teen with autismis now being hailed as "ground-breaking" by autism researcher Dr David Trembath
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted yesterday
is now being hailed as "ground-breaking" by autism researcher Dr David Trembath, who studied the project for Queensland's Griffith University. "I think this has the potential to change the way we look at supporting teenagers in the field of... Read more
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Canberra Times
Brisbane's graffiti is on the rise with more than 80,000 tags in the past yearthe city with covert CCTV cameras." Council received 2275 reports of graffiti
Canberra Times / Posted yesterday
the city with covert CCTV cameras." Council received 2275 reports of graffiti in 2016-17 and 2144 reports in 2015-16. Griffith University law school lecturer and researcher Dr Karen Crawley published Beyond the War on Graffiti: The Right to... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Brisbane's graffiti is on the rise with more than 80,000 tags in the past yearthe city with covert CCTV cameras." Council received 2275 reports of graffiti
Brisbane Times / Posted yesterday
the city with covert CCTV cameras." Council received 2275 reports of graffiti in 2016/17 and 2144 reports in 2015/16. Griffith University law school lecturer and researcher Dr Karen Crawley published Beyond the War on Graffiti: The Right to... Read more
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The Age
Brisbane's graffiti is on the rise with more than 80,000 tags in the past yearthe city with covert CCTV cameras." Council received 2275 reports of graffiti
The Age / Posted yesterday
the city with covert CCTV cameras." Council received 2275 reports of graffiti in 2016/17 and 2144 reports in 2015/16. Griffith University law school lecturer and researcher Dr Karen Crawley published Beyond the War on Graffiti: The Right to... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Brisbane's graffiti is on the rise with more than 80,000 tags in the past yearthe city with covert CCTV cameras." Council received 2275 reports of graffiti
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted yesterday
the city with covert CCTV cameras." Council received 2275 reports of graffiti in 2016/17 and 2144 reports in 2015/16. Griffith University law school lecturer and researcher Dr Karen Crawley published Beyond the War on Graffiti: The Right to... Read more
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Canberra Times
Gold Coast to host Australia's largest sea jelly exhibituniquely featuring a research laboratory inside the display at Sea World. The
Canberra Times / Posted 2 days ago
uniquely featuring a research laboratory inside the display at Sea World. The nine-years-in-the-making collaboration with Griffith University will give the public the opportunity to peer into the scientific research of the marine life, while... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Gold Coast to host Australia's largest sea jelly exhibituniquely featuring a research laboratory inside the display at Sea World. The
Brisbane Times / Posted 2 days ago
uniquely featuring a research laboratory inside the display at Sea World. The nine-years-in-the-making collaboration with Griffith University will give the public the opportunity to peer into the scientific research of the marine life, while... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Gold Coast to host Australia's largest sea jelly exhibituniquely featuring a research laboratory inside the display at Sea World. The
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 2 days ago
uniquely featuring a research laboratory inside the display at Sea World. The nine-years-in-the-making collaboration with Griffith University will give the public the opportunity to peer into the scientific research of the marine life, while... Read more
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The Age
Gold Coast to host Australia's largest sea jelly exhibituniquely featuring a research laboratory inside the display at Sea World. The
The Age / Posted 2 days ago
uniquely featuring a research laboratory inside the display at Sea World. The nine-years-in-the-making collaboration with Griffith University will give the public the opportunity to peer into the scientific research of the marine life, while... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Can the Gold Coast keep up with it's 'crazy' construction boom?is changing the colour of the roads, having lighter-coloured roads so it doesn'
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 4 days ago
is changing the colour of the roads, having lighter-coloured roads so it doesn't absorb that much heat," he said. The Griffith University academic said he had been meeting with Gold Coast City Council and developers to discuss trialling some... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Carnivorous dinosaurs could have run faster than we originally thought, according to a studyPeter Bishop studied fossilised footprints of carnivorous dinosaurs from more t
Brisbane Times / Posted 4 days ago
Peter Bishop studied fossilised footprints of carnivorous dinosaurs from more than 210 million years ago as part of his Griffith University PhD to determine the walking and running styles of theropods, carnivorous dinosaurs such as the... Read more
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The Age
Carnivorous dinosaurs could have run faster than we originally thought: Brisbane studyPeter Bishop studied fossilised footprints of carnivorous dinosaurs from more t
The Age / Posted 4 days ago
Peter Bishop studied fossilised footprints of carnivorous dinosaurs from more than 210 million years ago as part of his Griffith University PhD to determine the walking and running styles of theropods, carnivorous dinosaurs such as the... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Carnivorous dinosaurs could have run faster than we originally thought: Brisbane studyPeter Bishop studied fossilised footprints of carnivorous dinosaurs from more t
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 4 days ago
Peter Bishop studied fossilised footprints of carnivorous dinosaurs from more than 210 million years ago as part of his Griffith University PhD to determine the walking and running styles of theropods, carnivorous dinosaurs such as the... Read more
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Scoop.co.nz
Report of investigation into whistle-blower treatmentpolicies and practices called “Whistling while they Work 2” being led by leadin
Scoop.co.nz / Posted 5 days ago
policies and practices called “Whistling while they Work 2” being led by leading academic Prof AJ Brown from Griffith University in Australia, with participation in New Zealand from the Office of the Ombudsman and Victoria... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Indigenous rock shelter pushes Australia's human history back to 65,000 yearsa stone tool. Supplied: Gundjeihmi Aboriginal Corporation/Dominic O'Brien Pal
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 5 days ago
a stone tool. Supplied: Gundjeihmi Aboriginal Corporation/Dominic O'Brien Palaeoanthropologist Michael Westaway of Griffith University agreed the "foundational" study would make scientists take a fresh look at that question. He said the... Read more
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WA Today
Old medicine: The dangerous mistake 60 per cent of Australians are makingshe took out-of-date medicine." About 60 per cent of Australians have old or u
WA Today / Posted 9 days ago
she took out-of-date medicine." About 60 per cent of Australians have old or unwanted medicines, according to a report by Griffith University. Despite the fact that nearly 40 per cent of the medicines were expired, the primary reason people kept... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Old medicine: The dangerous mistake 60 per cent of Australians are makingshe took out-of-date medicine." About 60 per cent of Australians have old or u
Brisbane Times / Posted 9 days ago
she took out-of-date medicine." About 60 per cent of Australians have old or unwanted medicines, according to a report by Griffith University. Despite the fact that nearly 40 per cent of the medicines were expired, the primary reason people kept... Read more
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Canberra Times
Queensland's first police officers were understaffed, underpaid ... and convictsof the fascinating facts about Queensland's first police officers revealed by D
Canberra Times / Posted 9 days ago
of the fascinating facts about Queensland's first police officers revealed by Dr Anastasia Dukova, a visiting fellow with Griffith University's Harry Gentle Resource Centre, at the Queensland State Archives. The new Harry Gentle Resource Centre... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Queensland's first police officers were understaffed, underpaid ... and convictsof the fascinating facts about Queensland's first police officers revealed by D
Brisbane Times / Posted 9 days ago
of the fascinating facts about Queensland's first police officers revealed by Dr Anastasia Dukova, a visiting fellow with Griffith University's Harry Gentle Resource Centre, at the Queensland State Archives. The new Harry Gentle Resource Centre... Read more
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The Age
Queensland's first police officers were understaffed, underpaid ... and convictsof the fascinating facts about Queensland's first police officers revealed by D
The Age / Posted 9 days ago
of the fascinating facts about Queensland's first police officers revealed by Dr Anastasia Dukova, a visiting fellow with Griffith University's Harry Gentle Resource Centre, at the Queensland State Archives. The new Harry Gentle Resource Centre... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Queensland's first police officers were understaffed, underpaid ... and convictsof the fascinating facts about Queensland's first police officers revealed by D
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 9 days ago
of the fascinating facts about Queensland's first police officers revealed by Dr Anastasia Dukova, a visiting fellow with Griffith University's Harry Gentle Resource Centre, at the Queensland State Archives. The new Harry Gentle Resource Centre... Read more
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Canberra Times
Why investors have their sights set on West EndLibrary, the Queensland Museum, Science Centre, the multivenue Queensland Perfo
Canberra Times / Posted 11 days ago
Library, the Queensland Museum, Science Centre, the multivenue Queensland Performing Arts Centre (QPAC), Exhibition Centre, Griffith University, Queensland Conservatorium of Music and, more recently, the state headquarters of the ABC. Add to that... Read more
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Sky News Australia
Nahan defends whistleblower sitegovernment to account, it's one of our major functions, and this is just a tool
Sky News Australia / Posted 11 days ago
government to account, it's one of our major functions, and this is just a tool to do it that is encrypted and protected.' Griffith University public policy professor AJ Brown warned people to be careful using the site, especially if they were... Read more
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Herald Sun
Warning on WA Libs whistleblower sitegovernment to account, it's one of our major functions, and this is just a tool
Herald Sun / Posted 11 days ago
government to account, it's one of our major functions, and this is just a tool to do it that is encrypted and protected." Griffith University public policy professor AJ Brown warned people to be careful using the site, especially if they were... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Warning on WA Libs whistleblower sitegovernment to account, it's one of our major functions, and this is just a tool
Adelaide Now / Posted 11 days ago
government to account, it's one of our major functions, and this is just a tool to do it that is encrypted and protected." Griffith University public policy professor AJ Brown warned people to be careful using the site, especially if they were... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Why investors have their sights set on West EndLibrary, the Queensland Museum, Science Centre, the multivenue Queensland Perfo
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 11 days ago
Library, the Queensland Museum, Science Centre, the multivenue Queensland Performing Arts Centre (QPAC), Exhibition Centre, Griffith University, Queensland Conservatorium of Music and, more recently, the state headquarters of the ABC. Add to that... Read more
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The Courier Mail
CEO boss’ sons resumes revealed, paid thousandsindustry, and to rise in the professional world”. Richard Sharobeem’s CV also
The Courier Mail / Posted 12 days ago
industry, and to rise in the professional world”. Richard Sharobeem’s CV also claimed he held a Bachelor of Business from Griffith University. The inquiry was told he had begun a criminology degree, but failed every subject and didn’t complete... Read more
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Canberra Times
Like mother, like sons: Eman Sharobeem sons accused of extra payments: ICACof lying about his qualifications on his CV, just like his mother had done, and
Canberra Times / Posted 12 days ago
of lying about his qualifications on his CV, just like his mother had done, and did not have Bachelor of Business from Griffith University as he had claimed. After failing every subject in his bachelor of criminology degree before dropping... Read more
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Canberra Times
Carbon car push should surprise nobodyefficient and worse polluters than many other countries. "We're right down the
Canberra Times / Posted 12 days ago
efficient and worse polluters than many other countries. "We're right down the bottom," says Anna Mortimore, a lecturer at Griffith University, "and it's a long way up." A recent report from the National Transport Commission, released in May,... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Carbon car push should surprise nobodyefficient and worse polluters than many other countries. "We're right down the
Brisbane Times / Posted 12 days ago
efficient and worse polluters than many other countries. "We're right down the bottom," says Anna Mortimore, a lecturer at Griffith University, "and it's a long way up." A recent report from the National Transport Commission, released in May,... Read more
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WA Today
Carbon car push should surprise nobodyefficient and worse polluters than many other countries. "We're right down the
WA Today / Posted 12 days ago
efficient and worse polluters than many other countries. "We're right down the bottom," says Anna Mortimore, a lecturer at Griffith University, "and it's a long way up." A recent report from the National Transport Commission, released in May,... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Carbon car push should surprise nobodyefficient and worse polluters than many other countries. "We're right down the
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 12 days ago
efficient and worse polluters than many other countries. "We're right down the bottom," says Anna Mortimore, a lecturer at Griffith University, "and it's a long way up." A recent report from the National Transport Commission, released in May,... Read more
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The Age
Carbon car push should surprise nobodyefficient and worse polluters than many other countries. "We're right down the
The Age / Posted 12 days ago
efficient and worse polluters than many other countries. "We're right down the bottom," says Anna Mortimore, a lecturer at Griffith University, "and it's a long way up." A recent report from the National Transport Commission, released in May,... Read more
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The Age
Like mother, like sons: Eman Sharobeem sons accused of extra payments: ICACof lying about his qualifications on his CV, just like his mother had done, and
The Age / Posted 12 days ago
of lying about his qualifications on his CV, just like his mother had done, and did not have Bachelor of Business from Griffith University as he had claimed. After failing every subject in his bachelor of criminology degree before dropping... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Like mother, like sons: Eman Sharobeem sons accused of extra payments: ICACof lying about his qualifications on his CV, just like his mother had done, and
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 12 days ago
of lying about his qualifications on his CV, just like his mother had done, and did not have Bachelor of Business from Griffith University as he had claimed. After failing every subject in his bachelor of criminology degree before dropping... Read more
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University of Queensland
Up close and personal with multi-million dollar research machinesmedical conditions.” The UQ-funded facilities have received support from QIMR
University of Queensland / Posted 13 days ago
medical conditions.” The UQ-funded facilities have received support from QIMR Berghofer Medical Research Institute and Griffith University, and seen the development of the Brisbane Geochronology Alliance between UQ, Griffith University and QUT... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Dredging off Gold Coast driving migrating whales away, locals saywould not actually know what it is because it is certainly not something that t
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 13 days ago
would not actually know what it is because it is certainly not something that they might have heard before," added the Griffith University researcher. Dr Meynecke believes there needs to be research into the dredge and the impact it is having... Read more
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CTV News
Study raises hope for a gonorrhea vaccineis crucial to determine how the meningitis shot blocked gonorrhoea, Kate Seib o
CTV News / Posted 13 days ago
is crucial to determine how the meningitis shot blocked gonorrhoea, Kate Seib of the Institute for Glycomics at Australia's Griffith University wrote in a comment on the study. "In light of the high burden of disease and the threat of gonorrhoea... Read more
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Newsmax
One Step Closer to a Gonorrhea Vaccine?is crucial to determine how the meningitis shot blocked gonorrhea, Kate Seib of
Newsmax / Posted 13 days ago
is crucial to determine how the meningitis shot blocked gonorrhea, Kate Seib of the Institute for Glycomics at Australia's Griffith University wrote in a comment on the study. "In light of the high burden of disease and the threat of gonorrhea... Read more
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iafrica.com
Has a gonorrhoea vaccine been found?is crucial to determine how the meningitis shot blocked gonorrhoea, Kate Seib o
iafrica.com / Posted 13 days ago
is crucial to determine how the meningitis shot blocked gonorrhoea, Kate Seib of the Institute for Glycomics at Australia's Griffith University wrote in a comment on the study. "In light of the high burden of disease and the threat of gonorrhoea... Read more
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Lifehacker Australia
Here's What The Experts Say About Tesla's Giant Australian Batteryseawater PHES project, under joint funding with ARENA. Ian Lowe, Emeritus prof
Lifehacker Australia / Posted 14 days ago
seawater PHES project, under joint funding with ARENA. Ian Lowe, Emeritus professor of science, technology and society at Griffith University, Qld and former President of the Australian Conservation Foundation Cost-effective storage of electrical... Read more
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The Hindu
Tesla wins battery contract in Australia, has 100-day deadlineholding us back from getting all of our power from wind and solar,” said Ian Lo
The Hindu / Posted 16 days ago
holding us back from getting all of our power from wind and solar,” said Ian Lowe a professor of science at Australia’s Griffith University. “This project is a significant innovation to demonstrate the feasibility of large-scale... Read more
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