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Australia is among the top cashless economies in the world, but who will get left behind if this trend continues? There are some transactions that rely on having cash to give — just think of buskers or charities asking for money on the street. Patricia Karvelas from ABC Radio National talks with Dr David Tuffley, Senior Lecturer Applied Ethics and Socio-Technical Studies, School of Information and Communication Technology Read More: School of Information and Communication Technology
Who gets left behind in a cashless society?
A team of economists and scientists led by Griffith University’s Dr Jim Smart have found a ‘nitrogen trading scheme’ amongst cane farmers could help protect the Great Barrier Reef.
Farmer ‘nitrogen market’ could reduce runoff impact on Great Barrier Reef
A new medical research centre established at Griffith University is offering hope to those suffering from spinal cord injury – progressing ground-breaking work that could see paralysed patients walking again.
Leading the world in stem cell research
Griffith University is ranked among the top 300 universities globally following the release of the 2016 CWTS Leiden Rankings of World Universities.
Griffith scores top 300 global university ranking