Latest Queensland University of Technology News

Empty CBDs, suburban renaissance? Post-COVID property predictions
‘Missing Middle’ offers new approach to housing
Blockchain to rescue of small publishers
Shutdown gives scientists unique opportunity to study Hobart air quality
Uncovering role of mealybugs in pasture dieback
Epigenetics tells story of trauma and recovery
Natural capital must be counted in post-COVID economics
Information technology features in short course offerings
Gig economy may hold some hope for jobs in age of COVID-19
QUT air quality researcher joins Australia’s top scientists
Australia’s top scientists elected as Fellows of Academy 25 May
Virtual firefighting a reality
Disadvantages of digital divide in spotlight
New follow-up models to bring cancer care closer to home
Nutrition grad shares food bliss with community
Open access science brings COVID-19 research success
Social good creates economic boost
Time for smart startups to step up
World-first saliva test detects hidden throat cancer
Financial literacy to better prepare Australians for major financial shocks
Digital health platform aids clinicians in COVID-19 treatment
Pressure injury risk extra burden for ventilated COVID-19 patients
QUT leads genomics research for better Indigenous health outcomes
Twitter – not just pointless babble
Over $33 million to boost genomics research into cancers and to combat children’s diseases
Safely relaxing social distancing comes down to numbers
Remote and frontline workers’ welfare still a business priority
QUT partners in new Queensland AI Hub
Corona-anxiety: how to recognise warning signs in kids & adolescents
Is your handwashing up to scratch? 30 April
Genes may be key to migraine treatments
COVID-19 pandemic dwarfs GFC for global impact: economists
QUT response to COVID-19
QUT researchers to head to Antarctica in preservation efforts
Pets of QUT unite for Twitter challenge
Global collaboration to secure Antarctica’s future
Real world learning never stops … it just moves online
Leading role for UOW in Antarctic science collaboration
UniSA researcher joins new $36m national program to preserve Antarctic
Diamonds shine in energy storage solution
Monash University leads $36 million global collaboration to secure Antarctica’s future
COVID-19 movement restrictions can be more targeted to allow relaxing of blanket lockdowns, says QUT researcher
Scientists trial world-first ‘cloud brightening’ technique to protect corals
Southern Cross University joins world-leading RRAP program to boost reef resilience
Indoor precautions essential to stem airborne COVID-19
$150 million to drive innovations to boost Reef resilience
R&D projects to tackle pasture dieback
New mask material can remove virus-size nanoparticles