Latest Queensland University of Technology News

New technology binds Covid virus to cotton textiles
Research centre to tackle global pollution with ‘green’ plastic
Participants wanted for real-world research tackling big questions
Floods 2022: Past experiences to improve future safety
Shayne Neumann MP announced as chair of Queensland Black Spot Consultative Panel
Project focuses on how autonomous systems deal with real world
Next generation scientists to tackle plant problems
Wildlife recovery spending after Australia’s last megafires was 13 times less than $2
Even a ‘limited’ nuclear war would starve millions of people, new study reveals
Fake employment ads rob jobseekers of money and personal details
Not all streaming services create content equally: QUT research
Charles ‘Chuck’ Feeney Appointed AC
Beanies designed to save lives
QUT champions sustainability 8 August
Location key to improved autonomous vehicle vision
New pathway to public office for women in Territory
New local projects set to bolster efforts to reduce youth crime
More Australians avo-go at vegan diet
QUT elite athletes win medals at Birmingham Commonwealth Games
Hydrogen production policy critical to net-zero-emissions
QUT awarded AIS grant to research how data boosts sporting strategy
Education problem solvers receive grants for vital research
Sustainability challenges and opportunities focus of Oceania congress
Virtual lung therapy by smartphone app rivals traditional method
New grad creates amazing worlds with global games company
QUT and Suncorp Bank launch new gambling support toolkit
Environmental crisis will force action on green energy
Private drone use needs federal safety, privacy laws
QUT researcher awarded in STEM night of nights
TIO Board Chair Professor Hon. Michael Lavarch AO reappointed for three-year term
Study shows hay fever & asthma sufferers when & where of peak pollen allergy
CARRS-Q marks 25 years with digital twin road safety project
UTI Pharmacy Pilot requires health sector co-operation, not turf wars
GRDC looks to better understand nitrogen loss to improve system modelling
Queensland women guaranteed greater access to treatment for UTIs
Health profession must work together and put patients first
Australia’s politicians live longer than rest of us
Nursing and midwifery research grants to drive innovation
Australian native rice is one important step closer to appearing on restaurant menus
Māori and Pasifika in Queensland at high risk of food insecurity
Feedback sought on new seller disclosure scheme
QUT to undertake research with US company on scleroderma treatment
New research shows consumers drawn to brands that act on plastics
International Women in Engineering Day – De’vereux Harvey
QUT wins best education project
Targeting e-Scooter offenders could reverse hospital trends
QUT to host 2022 Indigenous Nationals
Grow your own lettuce and help build circular food economy