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The Young Witness
Healing his homeland’s divisionsthe refugee camps in Africa, Mr Hagenimana has been inspired to undertake a deg
Healing his homeland’s divisions
The Young Witness / Posted 31 minutes ago
the refugee camps in Africa, Mr Hagenimana has been inspired to undertake a degree in criminology and criminal justice at Griffith University. “In Australia I initially went into community service, which is about giving back, and that is what I... Read more
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Western Advocate
Healing his homeland’s divisionsthe refugee camps in Africa, Mr Hagenimana has been inspired to undertake a deg
Healing his homeland’s divisions
Western Advocate / Posted 40 minutes ago
the refugee camps in Africa, Mr Hagenimana has been inspired to undertake a degree in criminology and criminal justice at Griffith University. “In Australia I initially went into community service, which is about giving back, and that is what I... Read more
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Kiama Independent
Healing his homeland’s divisionsthe refugee camps in Africa, Mr Hagenimana has been inspired to undertake a deg
Healing his homeland’s divisions
Kiama Independent / Posted 42 minutes ago
the refugee camps in Africa, Mr Hagenimana has been inspired to undertake a degree in criminology and criminal justice at Griffith University. “In Australia I initially went into community service, which is about giving back, and that is what I... Read more
10 related stories
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Manning River Times
Healing his homeland’s divisionsthe refugee camps in Africa, Mr Hagenimana has been inspired to undertake a deg
Healing his homeland’s divisions
Manning River Times / Posted 43 minutes ago
the refugee camps in Africa, Mr Hagenimana has been inspired to undertake a degree in criminology and criminal justice at Griffith University. “In Australia I initially went into community service, which is about giving back, and that is what I... Read more
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Goondiwindi Argus
Healing his homeland’s divisionsthe refugee camps in Africa, Mr Hagenimana has been inspired to undertake a deg
Healing his homeland’s divisions
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted 45 minutes ago
the refugee camps in Africa, Mr Hagenimana has been inspired to undertake a degree in criminology and criminal justice at Griffith University. “In Australia I initially went into community service, which is about giving back, and that is what I... Read more
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The North West Star
Healing his homeland’s divisionsthe refugee camps in Africa, Mr Hagenimana has been inspired to undertake a deg
Healing his homeland’s divisions
The North West Star / Posted 57 minutes ago
the refugee camps in Africa, Mr Hagenimana has been inspired to undertake a degree in criminology and criminal justice at Griffith University. “In Australia I initially went into community service, which is about giving back, and that is what I... Read more
10 related stories
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
New trapdoor spider species found in Queenslandscientist has discovered 11 new species of trapdoor spider lurking on mountains
New trapdoor spider species found in Queensland
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 58 minutes ago
scientist has discovered 11 new species of trapdoor spider lurking on mountains and in forests around the state. Griffith University PhD student Jeremy Wilson, in conjunction with the Queensland Museum, tracked down new types of golden... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Healing his homeland’s divisionsthe refugee camps in Africa, Mr Hagenimana has been inspired to undertake a deg
Healing his homeland’s divisions
Daily Liberal / Posted an hour ago
the refugee camps in Africa, Mr Hagenimana has been inspired to undertake a degree in criminology and criminal justice at Griffith University. “In Australia I initially went into community service, which is about giving back, and that is what I... Read more
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The Border Mail
Healing his homeland’s divisionsthe refugee camps in Africa, Mr Hagenimana has been inspired to undertake a deg
Healing his homeland’s divisions
The Border Mail / Posted an hour ago
the refugee camps in Africa, Mr Hagenimana has been inspired to undertake a degree in criminology and criminal justice at Griffith University. “In Australia I initially went into community service, which is about giving back, and that is what I... Read more
10 related stories
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Illawarra Mercury
Healing his homeland’s divisionsthe refugee camps in Africa, Mr Hagenimana has been inspired to undertake a deg
Healing his homeland’s divisions
Illawarra Mercury / Posted an hour ago
the refugee camps in Africa, Mr Hagenimana has been inspired to undertake a degree in criminology and criminal justice at Griffith University. “In Australia I initially went into community service, which is about giving back, and that is what I... Read more
10 related stories
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The Courier
Healing his homeland’s divisionsthe refugee camps in Africa, Mr Hagenimana has been inspired to undertake a deg
Healing his homeland’s divisions
The Courier / Posted an hour ago
the refugee camps in Africa, Mr Hagenimana has been inspired to undertake a degree in criminology and criminal justice at Griffith University. “In Australia I initially went into community service, which is about giving back, and that is what I... Read more
10 related stories
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Northern Daily Leader
Healing his homeland’s divisionsthe refugee camps in Africa, Mr Hagenimana has been inspired to undertake a deg
Healing his homeland’s divisions
Northern Daily Leader / Posted an hour ago
the refugee camps in Africa, Mr Hagenimana has been inspired to undertake a degree in criminology and criminal justice at Griffith University. “In Australia I initially went into community service, which is about giving back, and that is what I... Read more
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Queensland Times
Where the sinkhole water came fromduring testing, which took longer than expected. Expert professor Jon Olley fr
Where the sinkhole water came from
Queensland Times / Posted 4 hours ago
during testing, which took longer than expected. Expert professor Jon Olley from the Australian Rivers Institute at Griffith University examined the results and said while the water was salty, it posed no threat to the river system. He says... Read more
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Mashable
An open letter to the Prime Minister on the climate crisis, from 154 scientistsscientist, ANU; Professor Justin Borevitz, Plant geneticist, ANU; Dr Caryl Bosm
An open letter to the Prime Minister on the climate crisis, from 154 scientists
Mashable / Posted yesterday
scientist, ANU; Professor Justin Borevitz, Plant geneticist, ANU; Dr Caryl Bosman, Environmental planning researcher, Griffith University; Professor David Bowman, Forestry researcher, University of Tasmania; Dr Timothy Broadribb, Plant... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Orange’s Knights: five seek Gold Coast gloryCole, Ross Morrissey, Trent McCabe and Josh and Morgan Scott want. All five of
Orange’s Knights: five seek Gold Coast glory
Daily Liberal / Posted yesterday
Cole, Ross Morrissey, Trent McCabe and Josh and Morgan Scott want. All five of the former Orange guns will line up for the Griffith University Knights in Saturday’s grand finals, continuing a long-standing link between the club and the colour... Read more
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Western Advocate
Orange’s Knights: five seek Gold Coast gloryCole, Ross Morrissey, Trent McCabe and Josh and Morgan Scott want. All five of
Orange’s Knights: five seek Gold Coast glory
Western Advocate / Posted yesterday
Cole, Ross Morrissey, Trent McCabe and Josh and Morgan Scott want. All five of the former Orange guns will line up for the Griffith University Knights in Saturday’s grand finals, continuing a long-standing link between the club and the colour... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Live Stories Volume 10: Under the Microscopeand disability advocateJohn hosts WNYC and PRI radio program, The Takeaway Und
Live Stories Volume 10: Under the Microscope
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 4 days ago
and disability advocateJohn hosts WNYC and PRI radio program, The Takeaway 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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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Professionals making 'big switch' to teachinglike teaching as a late bloomer. "It is very daunting to be in charge of a roo
Professionals making 'big switch' to teaching
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 5 days ago
like teaching as a late bloomer. "It is very daunting to be in charge of a room of teenagers — just scary," she said. But Griffith University Associate Professor David Geelan said "second career switches" made great teachers. "These guys have had... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Want to be a space tour guide? Apply here... in 2025and apply it to a wide range of multidisciplinary studies. People with these at
Want to be a space tour guide? Apply here... in 2025
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 7 days ago
and apply it to a wide range of multidisciplinary studies. People with these attributes will not be replaced by robots for a long time. David Tuffley is a senior lecturer in applied ethics and socio-technical studies at Griffit... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Sunday penalty rates no job killer, research showsPenalty rates on Sunday not a job killer, research shows By Serena Yu from UTS
Sunday penalty rates no job killer, research shows
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 7 days ago
Penalty rates on Sunday not a job killer, research shows By Serena Yu from UTS and David Peetz from Griffith University Two big claims underpin attempts to cut penalty rates for Sunday workers in the retail and hospitality sectors: that they are no... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
The dodgy academic journals publishing 'crappy science'legal avenues for those who have been duped. Universities are now cracking dow
The dodgy academic journals publishing 'crappy science'
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 9 days ago
legal avenues for those who have been duped. Universities are now cracking down on the problem, with Sydney University, Griffith University and Swinburne University confirming that they will not allow academics to seek promotions or claim credit... Read more
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KERA North Texas
A Swimmer's 'Period' Comment Breaks Taboos In Sports — And In Chinain a 1980 study by researcher Cordia Ming-Yeuk Chu, now the director of the Cen
A Swimmer's 'Period' Comment Breaks Taboos In Sports — And In China
KERA North Texas / Posted 9 days ago
in a 1980 study by researcher Cordia Ming-Yeuk Chu, now the director of the Center for Environment and Population Health at Griffith University of Australia. Chu's study found that the Chinese believe the period disrupts the natural forces of the... Read more
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KPBS San Diego
A Swimmer's 'Period' Comment Breaks Taboos In Sports — And In Chinain a 1980 study by researcher Cordia Ming-Yeuk Chu, now the director of the Cen
A Swimmer's 'Period' Comment Breaks Taboos In Sports — And In China
KPBS San Diego / Posted 9 days ago
in a 1980 study by researcher Cordia Ming-Yeuk Chu, now the director of the Center for Environment and Population Health at Griffith University of Australia. Chu's study found that the Chinese believe that the period disrupts the natural forces of... Read more
30 related stories
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Canberra Times
Predicting the future with Canberra artistswhen you were a child in the 1990s. And hoverboards still aren't quite a thing.
Predicting the future with Canberra artists
Canberra Times / Posted 9 days ago
when you were a child in the 1990s. And hoverboards still aren't quite a thing.) The academic, Eleni Kalantidou is from Griffith University and specialises in design psychology, "where you try and understand human behaviour in relation to design... Read more
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The Age
The Family Court has a serious attitude problem when it comes to domestic violenceallegations against. The Family Law Act requires judges to make custody decisi
The Family Court has a serious attitude problem when it comes to domestic violence
The Age / Posted 9 days ago
allegations against. The Family Law Act requires judges to make custody decisions in the child's best interests. But, as Griffith University criminologist Samantha Jeffries notes, judges are overwhelmingly determining a child's best interests in... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
The Family Court has a serious attitude problem when it comes to domestic violenceallegations against. The Family Law Act requires judges to make custody decisi
The Family Court has a serious attitude problem when it comes to domestic violence
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 9 days ago
allegations against. The Family Law Act requires judges to make custody decisions in the child's best interests. But, as Griffith University criminologist Samantha Jeffries notes, judges are overwhelmingly determining a child's best interests in... Read more
2 related stories
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Canberra Times
The Family Court has a serious attitude problem when it comes to domestic violenceallegations against. The Family Law Act requires judges to make custody decisi
The Family Court has a serious attitude problem when it comes to domestic violence
Canberra Times / Posted 9 days ago
allegations against. The Family Law Act requires judges to make custody decisions in the child's best interests. But, as Griffith University criminologist Samantha Jeffries notes, judges are overwhelmingly determining a child's best interests in... Read more
2 related stories
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PhysOrg
Burning desire comes down to beetlesNew Griffith University research could influence how often prescribed burning i
Burning desire comes down to beetles
PhysOrg / Posted 9 days ago
New Griffith University research could influence how often prescribed burning is conducted after it was found high frequency fires (i.e. every 2 years) could disrupt nutrient cycling and modify beetle populations in some forest ecosystems. "It's... Read more
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The Courier
The dodgy academic journals publishing anti-vaxxers and other 'crappy science'legal avenues for those who have been duped. Universities are now cracking dow
The dodgy academic journals publishing anti-vaxxers and other 'crappy science'
The Courier / Posted 9 days ago
legal avenues for those who have been duped. Universities are now cracking down on the problem, with Sydney University, Griffith University and Swinburne University confirming that they will not allow academics to seek promotions or claim credit... Read more
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WA Today
The dodgy academic journals publishing anti-vaxxers and other 'crappy science'legal avenues for those who have been duped. Universities are now cracking dow
The dodgy academic journals publishing anti-vaxxers and other 'crappy science'
WA Today / Posted 9 days ago
legal avenues for those who have been duped. Universities are now cracking down on the problem, with Sydney University, Griffith University and Swinburne University confirming that they will not allow academics to seek promotions or claim credit... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
The dodgy academic journals publishing anti-vaxxers and other 'crappy science'legal avenues for those who have been duped. Universities are now cracking dow
The dodgy academic journals publishing anti-vaxxers and other 'crappy science'
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 9 days ago
legal avenues for those who have been duped. Universities are now cracking down on the problem, with Sydney University, Griffith University and Swinburne University confirming that they will not allow academics to seek promotions or claim credit... Read more
15 related stories
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The Young Witness
The dodgy academic journals publishing anti-vaxxers and other 'crappy science'legal avenues for those who have been duped. Universities are now cracking dow
The dodgy academic journals publishing anti-vaxxers and other 'crappy science'
The Young Witness / Posted 9 days ago
legal avenues for those who have been duped. Universities are now cracking down on the problem, with Sydney University, Griffith University and Swinburne University confirming that they will not allow academics to seek promotions or claim credit... Read more
15 related stories
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Western Advocate
The dodgy academic journals publishing anti-vaxxers and other 'crappy science'legal avenues for those who have been duped. Universities are now cracking dow
The dodgy academic journals publishing anti-vaxxers and other 'crappy science'
Western Advocate / Posted 9 days ago
legal avenues for those who have been duped. Universities are now cracking down on the problem, with Sydney University, Griffith University and Swinburne University confirming that they will not allow academics to seek promotions or claim credit... Read more
15 related stories
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Kiama Independent
The dodgy academic journals publishing anti-vaxxers and other 'crappy science'legal avenues for those who have been duped. Universities are now cracking dow
The dodgy academic journals publishing anti-vaxxers and other 'crappy science'
Kiama Independent / Posted 9 days ago
legal avenues for those who have been duped. Universities are now cracking down on the problem, with Sydney University, Griffith University and Swinburne University confirming that they will not allow academics to seek promotions or claim credit... Read more
15 related stories
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Manning River Times
The dodgy academic journals publishing anti-vaxxers and other 'crappy science'legal avenues for those who have been duped. Universities are now cracking dow
The dodgy academic journals publishing anti-vaxxers and other 'crappy science'
Manning River Times / Posted 9 days ago
legal avenues for those who have been duped. Universities are now cracking down on the problem, with Sydney University, Griffith University and Swinburne University confirming that they will not allow academics to seek promotions or claim credit... Read more
15 related stories
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Goondiwindi Argus
The dodgy academic journals publishing anti-vaxxers and other 'crappy science'legal avenues for those who have been duped. Universities are now cracking dow
The dodgy academic journals publishing anti-vaxxers and other 'crappy science'
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted 9 days ago
legal avenues for those who have been duped. Universities are now cracking down on the problem, with Sydney University, Griffith University and Swinburne University confirming that they will not allow academics to seek promotions or claim credit... Read more
15 related stories
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The North West Star
The dodgy academic journals publishing anti-vaxxers and other 'crappy science'legal avenues for those who have been duped. Universities are now cracking dow
The dodgy academic journals publishing anti-vaxxers and other 'crappy science'
The North West Star / Posted 9 days ago
legal avenues for those who have been duped. Universities are now cracking down on the problem, with Sydney University, Griffith University and Swinburne University confirming that they will not allow academics to seek promotions or claim credit... Read more
15 related stories
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Daily Liberal
The dodgy academic journals publishing anti-vaxxers and other 'crappy science'legal avenues for those who have been duped. Universities are now cracking dow
The dodgy academic journals publishing anti-vaxxers and other 'crappy science'
Daily Liberal / Posted 9 days ago
legal avenues for those who have been duped. Universities are now cracking down on the problem, with Sydney University, Griffith University and Swinburne University confirming that they will not allow academics to seek promotions or claim credit... Read more
15 related stories
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The Border Mail
The dodgy academic journals publishing anti-vaxxers and other 'crappy science'legal avenues for those who have been duped. Universities are now cracking dow
The dodgy academic journals publishing anti-vaxxers and other 'crappy science'
The Border Mail / Posted 9 days ago
legal avenues for those who have been duped. Universities are now cracking down on the problem, with Sydney University, Griffith University and Swinburne University confirming that they will not allow academics to seek promotions or claim credit... Read more
15 related stories
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Illawarra Mercury
The dodgy academic journals publishing anti-vaxxers and other 'crappy science'legal avenues for those who have been duped. Universities are now cracking dow
The dodgy academic journals publishing anti-vaxxers and other 'crappy science'
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 9 days ago
legal avenues for those who have been duped. Universities are now cracking down on the problem, with Sydney University, Griffith University and Swinburne University confirming that they will not allow academics to seek promotions or claim credit... Read more
15 related stories
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The Age
The dodgy academic journals publishing anti-vaxxers and other 'crappy science'legal avenues for those who have been duped. Universities are now cracking dow
The dodgy academic journals publishing anti-vaxxers and other 'crappy science'
The Age / Posted 9 days ago
legal avenues for those who have been duped. Universities are now cracking down on the problem, with Sydney University, Griffith University and Swinburne University confirming that they will not allow academics to seek promotions or claim credit... Read more
15 related stories
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Sydney Morning Herald
The dodgy academic journals publishing anti-vaxxers and other 'crappy science'legal avenues for those who have been duped. Universities are now cracking dow
The dodgy academic journals publishing anti-vaxxers and other 'crappy science'
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 9 days ago
legal avenues for those who have been duped. Universities are now cracking down on the problem, with Sydney University, Griffith University and Swinburne University confirming that they will not allow academics to seek promotions or claim credit... Read more
15 related stories
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The North West Star
Beijing Genomics Institute sets up shop in BrisbaneQueensland universities and government departments on genomic research projects
Beijing Genomics Institute sets up shop in Brisbane
The North West Star / Posted 10 days ago
Queensland universities and government departments on genomic research projects and has already partnered with the CSIRO, Griffith University and James Cook University, working on millet breeding programs, diseases, biodiversity and marine science... Read more
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Daily Examiner
Everything about applying for uni just changedcareer will follow an eclectic mix of jobs and training since he finished schoo
Everything about applying for uni just changed
Daily Examiner / Posted 10 days ago
career will follow an eclectic mix of jobs and training since he finished school. He started out studying science at Griffith University, but decided he wasn't ready for university life. He then worked as a manual labourer and soil tester... Read more
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Northern Star
Everything about applying for uni just changedcareer will follow an eclectic mix of jobs and training since he finished schoo
Everything about applying for uni just changed
Northern Star / Posted 10 days ago
career will follow an eclectic mix of jobs and training since he finished school. He started out studying science at Griffith University, but decided he wasn't ready for university life. He then worked as a manual labourer and soil tester... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Can big data studies know your thoughts and predict who will win an election?that there are emerging sectors where people will still be needed, for now at l
Can big data studies know your thoughts and predict who will win an election?
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 10 days ago
that there are emerging sectors where people will still be needed, for now at least. David Tuffley is senior lecturer in applied ethics and socio-technical studies at Griffith University and Bela Stantic is associate professor at Griffith Universi... Read more
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FOXSPORTS.com.au
Roar crisis grows as angry FFA demand answersthan a year of controversies. The players and coach John Aloisi have been left
Roar crisis grows as angry FFA demand answers
FOXSPORTS.com.au / Posted 10 days ago
than a year of controversies. The players and coach John Aloisi have been left furious by the standard of facilities at Griffith University, where they currently train. A Roar spokesman said that A-League players and staff had been paid, and... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Roar crisis grows as angry FFA demand answersthan a year of controversies. The players and coach John Aloisi have been left
Roar crisis grows as angry FFA demand answers
The Courier Mail / Posted 10 days ago
than a year of controversies. The players and coach John Aloisi have been left furious by the standard of facilities at Griffith University, where they currently train. A Roar spokesman said that A-League players and staff had been paid, and... Read more
14 related stories
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Brisbane Times
Giant of genetics research sets up shop in BrisbaneQueensland universities and government departments on genomic research projects
Giant of genetics research sets up shop in Brisbane
Brisbane Times / Posted 11 days ago
Queensland universities and government departments on genomic research projects and has already partnered with the CSIRO, Griffith University and James Cook University, working on millet breeding programs, diseases, biodiversity and marine science... Read more
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PhysOrg
Cold is the best way to catch crabsSpanner crab caught off the Gold Coast, Australia. Credit: Griffith University
Cold is the best way to catch crabs
PhysOrg / Posted 11 days ago
Spanner crab caught off the Gold Coast, Australia. Credit: Griffith University Fishermen have been thrown a line with new Griffith University research that has found they can catch more spanner crab in cooler waters. Previous studies thought catch... Read more
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