GRIFFITH University has been named Employer of Choice for 2016 at the annual Women in Technology awards, building on its reputation as a leader in […]
A leading Griffith research team has provided the science behind a bold government decision to buy up grazing land in an effort to protect the Great Barrier Reef from sediment run-off.
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.
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- Friday 07 October 2016 - Nathan campus 12.00-1.00 pm (Lunchbox Seminar) Prof Greg Pasternack, University of California-Davis, USA view flyer
- Monday, 10 October 2016, 6:30 - 7:30pm - Peter Cullen Public Lecture: Great Hall Quadrant 2, Brisbane Conference and Exhibition Centre view invitation