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Professor Geoff Pryde explains the Big Bell Test
Professor Geoff Pryde from the Centre for Quantum Dynamics explains Griffith University's role in the global Big Bell Test
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Great careers - Exciting opportunities in Marine Biology
Erin Oakley discusses her pathway from studying a Bachelor of Science to working as a Marine Mammal Trainer at Sea World on the Gold Coast. For more information and study options please visit: http://www.griffith.edu.au/griffith-sciences
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Aviation at Griffith University - long video
The Bachelor of Aviation is a two-year, accelerated degree allowing students to progress more quickly into a flying career. Find out more: https://www.griffith.edu.au/study/science-aviation/aviation
Views: 2772 Griffith Sciences
The Heron Island Experience
Every year marine biology students from Griffith University travel to Heron Island for a range of field studies and research. Jessica Strickland, a 3rd year student, captured some of those experiences. Find out more: http://www.griffith.edu.au/science-aviation/marine-science
Views: 2767 Griffith Sciences
Bachelor of Biomedical Science
Biomedical science helps society by applying new scientific knowledge to medicine and healthcare. In this degree, you will gain an understanding of health and the methods for diagnosing and treating disease. https://degrees.griffith.edu.au/Program/1094
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Our architecture program will prepare you for your place in the world, not just the local region. Featuring the work of our Griffith Architecture students (00:06 Mathieu Baptiste, 00:12 Lauren Seale Model, 00:15 Brenton Graham, 00:31 Brigitte Aiello, 00:33 Kelly Nortje, 00:35 Jake Cumberland, 00:36 Samuel Macbeth, 00:47 Lauren Seale, 01:10 Jack Fehr, 01:13 Jason Palmer, 01:16 Marko Trifunjagic, 01:39 Martin Ziarmal, 01:40 Kelly Nortje, 01:41 Ruby Bush, 01:43 Soby Slingsby, 01:47 Jake Cumberland, 01:48 Courtney Villegas, 01:50 Jason Palmer). www.griffith.edu.au/study/architecture-construction-planning/architecture
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Dr Asmaa Boufridi - Parkinsons research and the Nature Bank
Dr Asmaa Boufridi is a Research Fellow from Griffith University's Eskitis Institute for Drug Discovery. Dr Boufridi is utilising the Nature Bank collection. Nature Bank consists of over 63,000 samples of plants and marine invertebrates from tropical Queensland, Tasmania, China, Malaysia and Papua New Guinea, collected in accordance with the UN Convention on Biological Diversity. These samples have been processed into a library of over 200,000 natural product fractions ready for high throughput screening against any disease. Find out more: http://www.griffith.edu.au/science-aviation/eskitis-institute/nature-bank
Views: 567 Griffith Sciences
Desiree Bergeron Rodriguez: Marine Science student
Desiree explains her motivation in choosing Griffith University to undertake her Marine Science studies.
Views: 402 Griffith Sciences
Emeritus Professor David Pegg - First words at Griffith University
Emeritus Professor David Pegg recalls the first words spoken at Griffith University's first lecture 40 years ago.
Views: 585 Griffith Sciences
Savannah Stewart
Savannah Stewart gives us an insight into the pathway that has taken her from wanting to study aviation, to Griffith University and flight training with Basair at Archerfield.
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A student perspective - Emma Lucas - Civil Engineering
Emma Lucas discusses her experiences study a Bachelor of Engineering with Honours in Civil Engineering. http://www.griffith.edu.au/engineering-information-technology/griffith-school-engineering
Views: 516 Griffith Sciences
Bachelor of Environmental Science/Bachelor of Data Science
An understanding of data science is particularly important for policy makers in environmental science, as global and national data-sets providing measurements on a range of environmental issues become available. In this double degree you'll acquire knowledge in your chosen environmental science major combined with data gathering, analysis, modelling, interpretation and visualisation skills obtained through your data science studies. https://degrees.griffith.edu.au/Program/1600/Overview/
Views: 171 Griffith Sciences
A student perspective - Timothy Roberts - Electronic & Computer Engineering Engineering
Timothy Roberts discusses his experiences study a Bachelor of Engineering with Honours in Electronic and Computer Engineering. http://www.griffith.edu.au/engineering-information-technology/griffith-school-engineering
Views: 194 Griffith Sciences
Cutting Edge for Kids (CE4K) 2016
Over 150 super keen primary students attended the Cutting Edge for Kids Conference (CE4K) at Griffith University in Term 2. Griffith University's STEM Ambassadors designed and delivered over 20 hands-on STEM activities for the students, which students chose to participate in. The keynote speaker was Assoc Professor Francesca Iacopi.
Views: 423 Griffith Sciences
Master of Architecture's Annual Green School Bali Tour
Each year student's from Griffith University's Master of Architecture travel to The Green School, Bali. Final year students Megan Berry and Craig Turco share their experiences on the most recent tour. Video by Haji Mustafa and Dylan McLaughlin KNOW MORE: http://www.griffith.edu.au/environment-planning-architecture/architecture
Views: 1291 Griffith Sciences
Great careers - Science jobs keeping our water clean
Kylie Catterall discusses how a science degree can lead to a career in water quality and environmental sustainability.
Views: 600 Griffith Sciences
Civil Engineering at Griffith Univeristy
Make Engineering at Griffith University your #1 preference #Remarkable begins here, now! griffith.edu.au/engineering-it
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Testing the reef against climate change
Coralline algae (pink & lavender colour in the image above) are red calcifying algae found worldwide from the poles to the tropics, from high light environments such as the intertidal zone down to depths of up to 200m. They play a central role in coral reef ecology. Coralline algae produce limestone (calcium carbonate) that acts as glue or mortar holding coral fragments together and cementing and stabilising the reef framework. This allows coral reefs to resist the impacts of strong storms and cyclones. Coralline algae also provide hard substrate for coral larvae to attach to the bottom, and serve as habitat and food source for other reef creatures. However, despite the importance of coralline algae and the vital roles they play in reef ecology little is currently known in regards to their growth and ability to produce limestone (calcification) under future climate change scenarios. Ocean acidification is the result of world’s oceans absorbing approximately half of the excess CO2 released by human activities in the past 200 years. This increased in CO2 lowers the pH and carbonate ions needed for calcifying organisms (such as coralline algae) to make their limestone skeletons, and in doing so restricts their ability to form and maintain the reef framework. Our research and that from other groups has demonstrated vulnerability of coralline algae to ocean acidification and ocean warming. In light of their ecological importance, coralline algae sensitivity to human induced climate change is a critical issue for coral reefs in the Great Barrier Reef and worldwide. The aim of this project is to investigate the effect predicted future ocean acidification conditions have on the growth and calcification of coralline algae, and to determine if increased nutrient levels, often found on the reef during flood events, help or hinder their ability to calcify and perform the vital task of maintaining the reef framework. This project involves collaborators from a number of institutions such as Griffith University (School of Environment and ARI), The University of Queensland, the Great Barrier Reef Foundation, and the Australian National University.
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STEM Cup 2017
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A student perspective - Zachery Quince - Electronic & Biomedical Engineering
Zachery Qunice discusses his experiences study a Bachelor of Engineering with Honours in Electronic and Biomedical Engineering. http://www.griffith.edu.au/engineering-information-technology/griffith-school-engineering
Views: 342 Griffith Sciences
Planning prospects for future planners - Griffith University
Professor Paul Burton discusses some of the exciting opportunities study planning with Griffith University. http://www.griffith.edu.au/environment-planning-architecture/urban-environmental-planning
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Darryl Jones Do magpies know their victims
Darryl grew up in the bush, where he spent far too much time chasing frogs and watching birds. Wildlife has always fascinated him, especially the behaviour of birds. Lately he has become extremely interested in understanding why some species are able to successfully invade cities and suburbs.
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Professor Rod Connolly - Link between ocean predators and climate change
Continued unsustainable harvesting of large predatory fish, including the culling of sharks, can have far-reaching consequences for the way we tackle climate change. Professor Rod Connolly, a marine scientist from Griffith University's Australian Rivers Institute, is the co-author of new research that says keeping populations of larger fish intact is critical to carbon accumulation and long-term storage in vegetated coastal habitats such as saltmarsh, mangroves and seagrass. A paper, Predators help protect carbon stocks in blue carbon ecosystems, is published in the journal Nature Climate Change and identifies the urgent need for further research on the influence of predators on carbon cycling, and improved policy and management with regard to blue carbon reserves. The research comes as Australia in particular, in response to a recent spate of shark attacks -- some fatal -- engages in fierce public debate over shark culling. Professor Connolly warns the loss of top order predators through excessive culling or over-fishing has serious environmental ramifications. "Altering the numbers of top ocean predators has major consequences for the way we tackle climate change," says Professor Connolly. "These predators have a cascading effect on the food web and the ecosystem generally that ultimately changes the amount of carbon captured and locked up in the seabed." Coastal wetlands play a crucial role in this process, extracting carbon from the atmosphere and burying it in the mud for hundreds and even thousands of years. "When we change the abundance of higher order predators, this affects the number of smaller animals living in the mud, and that has flow-on effects for carbon storage in coastal wetlands," says Professor Connolly. "We are already aware of the need to manage how many fish we take and from where. But we should also know that our decisions affect climate change. Professor Connolly says the coastal wetlands that fringe the world's continents are doing a power of environmental good, taking a quarter of a trillion kilograms of carbon out of the atmosphere every year. However, that efficiency can be easily compromised. "Predators play an important and potentially irreplaceable role in carbon cycling. The effect of the disproportionate loss of species high in the food chain cannot be underestimated."
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Great careers - A new era in Architecture
Janelle Campbell is embarking on a career in Architecture, working at DBI Design on some amazing projects while finishing her Architectural studies at Griffith University. For more information visit us at: http://www.griffith.edu.au/griffith-sciences
Views: 950 Griffith Sciences
Advice for students: Architecture IAP Chair, Michael Rayner
Griffith's Architecture Industry Advisory Board Chair, Michael Rayner from Cox Architectures gives a little advice for students wanting to succeed after study.
Views: 379 Griffith Sciences
Construction Management
Our strong links with industry mean you’ll learn from construction professionals and gain a practical understanding of the latest industry trends. You’ll complete a work placement as part of your degree, ensuring you have the experience employers want and knowledge needed to excel in the industry. www.griffith.edu.au/study/architecture-construction-planning/construction-management
Views: 461 Griffith Sciences
Great careers - Building a career in Engineering
Aja Pymble-Ward discusses her pathway from Engineering student to working as a site engineer and helping to build the new Gold Coast University Hospital. Aja attributes her success to Griffith’s work placements and careers service, but says seeing the new Gold Coast University Hospital being built across the road is what cemented her future. “I studied at the Gold Coast campus, so having the new hospital being built right across the road was an inspiration to me,” she said. For more information please visit: http://www.griffith.edu.au/griffith-sciences
Views: 571 Griffith Sciences
Electrical Engineering at Griffith University
Make Engineering at Griffith University your #1 preference #Remarkable begins here, now! griffith.edu.au/engineering-it
Views: 261 Griffith Sciences
Network Security Group - Prof. V Muthukkumarasamy
The Network Security Group is a research group within Griffith University's School of ICT. KNOW MORE: http://www.griffith.edu.au/engineering-information-technology/school-information-communication-technology
Views: 395 Griffith Sciences
PhD success story - Mark Runkowski
Our graduates keep doing amazing things. Dr Mark Runkowski talks about his experience as a PhD candidate at Griffith University in the School of Environment and what he has been doing afterwards in his new job in industry with Natura Pacific.
Views: 187 Griffith Sciences
Study Engineering at Griffith University
Our engineering degrees offer industry placements and project-based learning that let you put your skills and knowledge into practice from your first year of study. Plus, you’ll learn in cutting-edge facilities including our brand-new Nathan campus engineering labs. www.griffith.edu.au/study/engineering-it-aviation/engineering
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Bachelor of Intelligent Digital Technologies
This new degree brings together technical and practical skills in the fields of intelligent digital technologies. You will learn the fundamentals of ICT problem solving and high-level programming skills, for application in cutting-edge fields such as the Internet of Things (IoTs), robotics, app and web development, big data analysis, and virtual reality (VR) and augmented reality (AR) applications. https://degrees.griffith.edu.au/Program/1596
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Advice for students: Prof Tim Ryley, Griffith Aviation
Meet Professor Tim Ryley, the new Head of Aviation at Griffith University as he discusses the future of aviation industry and how you can get ahead. Jump into the video: 1.13 Do you have a favorite airport? 2.20 What advice would you give students wanting to study aviation?
Views: 828 Griffith Sciences
Professor Geoff Pryde explains Griffith University Big Bell Test experiment
Professor Geoff Pryde explaing how Griffith University will use the Big Bell Test data. Find out more: https://app.griffith.edu.au/sciencesimpact/event-big-bell-test/ http://thebigbelltest.org/
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Network Security Group - Alireza Jolfaei
The Network Security Group is a research group within Griffith University's School of ICT. KNOW MORE: http://www.griffith.edu.au/engineering-information-technology/school-information-communication-technology
Views: 243 Griffith Sciences
Career snapshot - Architecture
Janelle Campbell is embarking on a career in Architecture, working at DBI Design on some amazing projects while finishing her Architectural studies at Griffith University. For more information and study options please visit: http://www.griffith.edu.au/griffith-sciences
Views: 7433 Griffith Sciences
Network security group - Muhammad Usman
The Network Security Group is a research group within Griffith University's School of ICT. KNOW MORE: http://www.griffith.edu.au/engineering-information-technology/school-information-communication-technology
Views: 259 Griffith Sciences
Judd Armstrong IMPACT @ Griffith Sciences Lecture - 5 Nov - PART 2
Wearable Tech: The Edge of the BOOM! - PART 2 IMPACT @ Griffith Sciences Lecture on 5 Nov 2014 at the Brisbane Square Library. Judd Armstrong, CEO Jaybird, gives his thoughts on the future of wearable tech. Jaybird is set to lauch the Jaybird Reign fitness band in early 2015 (in Australia). Find out more about IMPACT @ Griffith Sciences: http://app.griffith.edu.au/sciencesimpact/magazine/
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The Raymond Dart Lecture "Origins' with Professor Bernard Wood - 19 May 2016
‘Origins’ research in palaeoanthropology mainly focuses on three origins problems. The origin of our own lineage, the origin of our own genus, Homo, and the origin of our own species, Homo sapiens. In each case researchers seek answers to three questions. When? Where? Why? This talk will explain why the search for reliable answers to these questions for the first two of these three origins problems is almost certainly doomed to failure. Most talks about human evolution focus on, and often oversell, what the fossil record can tell us. This talk will stress what we do not know, and will argue that, for progress to be made, it is important to understand that some research questions in human evolution may never be answered to our satisfaction. We need to learn how to live with an incomplete data set. Know More - http://app.griffith.edu.au/sciencesimpact/raymond-dart-lecture
Views: 1053 Griffith Sciences
Stem Cup Challenge
The finals of inaugural STEM Cup has been decided, with “The Stemies” from Pimpama Secondary College taking out the Secondary Division and “The Minions” from Highland Reserve State School successful in the Primary Division.
Views: 209 Griffith Sciences
IMPACT Event: D-Day for Quantum Physics - The BIG BELL TEST
30th November is your chance to use your free will to test quantum physics, while also learning about parallel universes and uncrackable cryptography. Professor Howard Wiseman and Professor Geoff Pryde from Griffith University’s Centre for Quantum Dynamics will explain what the world-wide Big Bell Test is all about and how your free will will be used in quantum physics experiments across the globe. Find out more: http://thebigbelltest.org/#/home
Views: 689 Griffith Sciences
Domagoj Leskarac PhD candidate with Griffith Engineering
Domagoj Leskarac from Griffith University School of Engineering discusses his PhD in energy systems seeking to understand energy storage across the power grid.
Views: 166 Griffith Sciences
Emeritus Professor David Pegg - Just Google it!
Emeritus Professor David Pegg gave the first lecture at Griffith University's 40 years ago. In this short clip he points out one of the big differences between teaching in 1975 and teaching now. Know more: http://www.griffith.edu.au/griffith-sciences
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Australian Air Force - Female Pilot Program
In a first for Australian aviation, female students enrolled in Griffith's Bachelor of Aviation will now have the opportunity to secure a position with the Air Force as part of the new Graduate Pilot scheme.
Views: 1020 Griffith Sciences

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