Griffith Research Online
Griffith Research Online (GRO) is a digital archive of research and scholarship from Griffith University, Brisbane, Australia.
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An Evaluation of Public Space Accessibility Using Universal Design Principles at Naresuan University Hospital (CWUAAT 2016, 2016)The objective of this research is to study how well Naresuan University Hospital complies with the requirements of seven Universal Design (UD) principles in relation to the requirements and physical restrictions of deaf, ...CONFERENCE OUTPUT
(UP 2016, 2016)We present initial phase shift measurements of high-order harmonic radiation generated from hydrogen isotopes using Gouy Phase interferometer. We will study the nuclear dynamics of molecules after they undergo strong-field ...CONFERENCE OUTPUT
Evaluating the veridicality of two-dimensional representations of three-dimensional architectural space through physiological response (EAAE ARCC 2016, 2017)This paper presents research on the perception of three-dimensional space in two-dimensional media, and the methodology and results of a pilot study comparing the eye movements of architecture students when looking at ...CONFERENCE OUTPUT
(Journal of Hazardous Materials, 2017)Bauxite residue (BR) is a highly alkaline solid hazardous waste produced from bauxite processing for alumina production. Alkaline transformation appears to reduce the environmental risk of bauxite residue disposal areas ...JOURNAL ARTICLE
(Journal of Contemporary Accounting and Economics, 2017)In this study, we investigate the relationship between gender-diverse boards and stock liquidity in Australia. We expect that the gender-diverse boards, with their efficient monitoring functions, lead to higher stock ...JOURNAL ARTICLE