Professor solved time-reversal violation

Associate Professor Dr Joan Vaccaro, of Griffith's Centre for Quantum Dynamics, has solved an anomaly of conventional physics and shown that a mysterious effect called 'T violation' could be the origin of time evolution and ...

Cold is the best way to catch crabs

Fishermen have been thrown a line with new Griffith University research that has found they can catch more spanner crab in cooler waters.

Can you teach koalas new tricks?

In a paper titled Using complementary remote detection methods for retrofitted eco-passages: a case study for monitoring individual koalas in south-east Queensland published by the CSIRO on Tuesday (July 26), the Environmental ...

Paperbark tree to unlock climate change

Synonymous with the Australian landscape, the paperbark tree is most recognised for its distinctive bark, but it is the leaves that have found themselves at the centre of research which could provide crucial insights into ...

Desalination plants a 'hidden asset' for power, water

Renewable hydropower generated from desalination plants and other existing infrastructure would bring economic and environmental benefits to our biggest cities, according to new research from Griffith University.

Can ecotourism save endangered species?

Ecotourism can provide the critical difference between survival and extinction for endangered animals, according to new research from Australia's Griffith University.

Into the mix: Harnessing the energy when freshwater meets the sea

Harnessing the energy created from salinity gradients—for example, when freshwater meets the sea—could provide a renewable source of power able to mitigate climate change impacts, reduce reliance on fossil fuels and improve ...

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