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Is Australia becoming a 'secret state'?

By Mark Pearson , Griffith University I am reluctant to give more ammunition to Pacific leaders who regard Australia as some kind of exemplar in media freedom in this case a bad example. On the other hand, truths have to be told: in Australia ... World News Australia, 1 month ago
Australian education fair starts in Dhaka New Age Bangladesh, 3 days ago
Gold Coast Bulletin

Denhaminols AH, Dihydro-β-agarofurans from the Endemic Australian Rainforest Plant Denhamia celastroides

† Eskitis Institute for Drug Discovery, Griffith University, Brisbane, QLD 4111, Australia‡ Australian Prostate Cancer Research Centre−Queensland, Institute of Health and Biomedical Innovation, Queensland University of Technology, Princess ...
 Journal of Natural Products1 week ago How Much More Do Australians Pay For Luxury Cars?  Lifehacker Australia1 week ago Australia at risk of copycat attacks  Perth Now2 weeks ago
Scientific Computing

Quantum Steering Enhances Internet Data Security

Research conducted at Griffith University in Queensland, Australia, may lead to greatly improved security of information transfer over the Internet. In a paper published in the online journal Nature Communications , physicists from Griffith's Centre ...
 Scientific Computing2 weeks ago Better internet security could come from quantum steering  Microwave Engineering Online2 weeks ago Doing more with less: Steering a quantum path to improved internet security  PhysOrg.com2 weeks ago Steering a Quantum Path to Improved Internet Security  Product Design and Development2 weeks ago
WA Today

World's Greatest Shave founder, autism leader honoured

Dr James Morton laughs with two students of AEIOU Foundation's Nathan centre at Griffith University. Photo: Kaylene Biggs When Andrew Morton was diagnosed with autism in 2001 his parents barely knew a thing about the disorder. Fourteen years later ...
 WA Today20 hours ago
Melbourne Age

Four ways to vote for a better democracy in Queensland

By Niels Kraaier, Griffith University Tony Fitzgerald had a point when he recently urged Queenslanders not to vote for either of the major parties in the January 31 state election. The 73-year-old, who headed Queensland's landmark corruption ...
 Melbourne Age4 days ago

Women are more empathetic toward their partner than men

Women may long have suspected it to be the case, but large-scale research by Griffith University and the University of Queensland has found women are more empathetic toward their partners than men. Dr Cindy Mervin from Griffith Health Institute's ...
 Science Daily1 month ago Women show more empathy to partner  Asian Age1 month ago Women more noticeably affected by negative events in their partner's life  News-Medical.Net1 month ago Women more empathetic toward their partner than men  NewsHub South Africa1 month ago
Melbourne Age

Frank Moorhouse looks over his shoulder at Australia's creeping surveillance

Frank Moorhouse pursues his fleeting memories through the gates of the Great Hall of the University of Sydney to the far eastern corner of the Quadrangle, and into a room largely unchanged since he was 17. It's here, among the traditional wooden ...
 Melbourne Age1 month ago

Parallel worlds exist and influence each other: scientists

or Quantum Dynamics in Australia, and Dr Dirk-Andre Deckert from the University of California, have proposed that parallel universes exist, and rather than evolving independently, nearby worlds influence one another by a subtle force of repulsion. The ...
 Business Standard2 months ago Do parallel worlds exist and interact?  Asian Age2 months ago
Special Broadcasting Service

Not everyone is beautiful

By Scott Griffiths , University of Sydney You probably aren't beautiful. It's statistical, not personal. Most of us are average, a few of us are ugly, and a tiny number of us are beautiful or handsome. Many of us struggle with our own ...
 Special Broadcasting Service4 days ago
Gold Coast Bulletin

Coast researchers cancer breakthrough

Gold Coast Griffith University Professor Nigel McMillan, pictured with cervical cancer cells, has made a breakthrough in his quest to cure the disease. Source: News Limited GOLD Coast researchers have cured a type of cancer in mice and ...
 Gold Coast Bulletin1 week ago
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