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Stan and Netflix elevate Australian horror films to world stage
$7.7M ARC Discovery Grants for 15 projects
ARC Linkage grant to boost QUT transmission electron microscope facility
Families rank online connectivity as essential as housing, food, electricity
Camping tool set to help music festival patrons clean up their act
We could see thunderstorm asthma in south-eastern Australia this season – here’s how to prepare
In their own words: A study of connected vehicle technology
Equity and Excellence in education shines at Showcase 2023
Sports betting markets and marketing normalising harmful gambling
Mass coral breeding methods amidst raft of breakthroughs to protect reefs
Once-in-a-generation rewrite of Queensland’s property laws
National study to provide the big picture on how digital technologies are changing early childhood
Conservation scientist is Queensland’s 2023 Young Tall Poppy
Traditional shopping centre experience transformed by COVID-19
Rhythm results in for QUT program giving pre-schoolers a ‘brain boost’
Craft of doing science at nanoscale
Poor hiring practices, proximity bias and a Nobel prize for gender pay gap economics
Taste of future: crafting new dairy products
QUT begins countdown to 100 women in parliament
Local musicians are creating new opportunities in the digital games industry
QUT shares historic images with global audience via Google Arts & Culture
New sustainable way to synthesize vital fertiliser
Lobbying or green innovation? Which protects firms from climate change risk?
‘Sustained focus’ sees QUT among world’s top 200 universities in second major rankings report
Pest-control project to protect fresh produce
Research shows disability is common factor in school suspensions
Behavioural change on renewable energy just nudge away
Project aims to produce cheap, highly efficient, environmentally friendly solar cells
Human rights passion takes QUT grad Kat to Canberra
Taking care of business: QUT maintains rank in top three Australian business schools
Queensland Business Leaders Hall of Fame inducts six new members
Koala need their booster shots too. Here’s a way to beat chlamydia with just 1 capture and less trauma
$700,000 investment to enhance Queensland water modelling
William Robinson and fine art of printmaking
Focus on more accountability to improve Indigenous health outcomes
Generation of Australians ‘blotting out’ home ownership is ‘worrying’, banking boss tells QUT Business Leaders’ Forum
Study identifies complexity of childcare work in Australia and what works well
Can governments convince public to trust them on AI use?
Tiny carnivorous critters: Researchers discover two new Aussie mammals
Study highlights pre-school regional divide and influence on children’s development
‘Make it legitimate to blame us’: Indigenous rights activist brings Voice to Parliament debate to QUT
National Science Week 2023: Maritime archaeology and cultural heritage benefit with Queensland Smithsonian Fellowships
Zoomed-in Science: Funding boost for QUT primary schools program
QUT to host Queensland Esports State Championship
Genetic blueprint for vaccine and therapeutics production in plants
Food and Beverage Accelerator offers $20 million to boost innovation
QUT sculptor brings heroic nurse to life at Australian War Memorial
Booster shot being developed to avoid recapturing koalas to fight Chlamydia disease