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ARC Research Hub to address energy storage
Memories transformed to art in Crows Nest Gallery exhibition
UniSQ Research: Regional presence, international impact
Talking National Recycling Week
University of Southern Queensland leads innovative hemp CRC bid
Transformative UQ research centres to tackle global challenges
Scientist unveils further proof of salty water on Mars
Curious Kids: What would happen if world split in half?
Stellar researcher joins University
New communications lead joins cotton’s extension program
New CottonInfo communications lead: connecting growers with research
Climate research leaves bitter taste for global coffee lovers
Co-designing food sovereignty models for Indigenous communities
Australian researcher begins role as international cancer organisation President
Australian pioneer crowned international cancer President
With seemingly endless data storage at our fingertips, ‘digital hoarding’ could be an increasing problem
Glued to finding solution: research into epoxy resin
We can’t solve Australia’s mental health emergency if we don’t train enough psychologists
Investigating chronic wound treatments
$813k for breathtaking CO2 research
Sneezing with hay fever? Native plants aren’t usually culprit
Webb telescope has released its very first exoplanet image – here’s what we can learn from it
QUT wins big in research commercialisation awards
Micro solution for major biosecurity issue
Zeroing-in on HIV transmission in Australia
Waste not, want not: Making sustainability ideas reality
CASA welcomes new safety panel members
Roll Up: Meet our new Doctorates
Lab-on-a-chip trial looks to up biosecurity detection times
Using AI to protect against air pollution
Floods 2022: Past experiences to improve future safety
Uncovering untapped potential of young women in bush
Space debris is coming down more frequently
Drone-flying farmers are ready for take-off
Education problem solvers receive grants for vital research
Fire protection research is heating up
World Chess Day
Nurses need more support after workplace violence
Research partnerships take prostate cancer fight head on
Exploring intelligent ways to redefine defence cybersecurity
Helping our frontline heroes: New study unleashes ways to stop dog days
Transition programs needed for young adults with autism, study finds
University shines in world rankings
Nursing and midwifery research grants to drive innovation
Eidecan Returns Battle of Bands ready to hit stage
Researchers recognised for dedication to career development
Time to listen to teachers on digital future
Youth of today shape research decisions of tomorrow