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07-03-2014 Women are more likely to experience mass rape and sexual torture in armed conflicts around the world, as a deliberate strategy to humiliate, intimidate and dominate them and their 'enemy' community.
07-03-2014 If you have noticed supermarkets are starting to flock together in your suburb, it will mean lower prices and a bigger choice for you, says QUT retail expert Dr Gary Mortimer.
06-03-2014 High schools participating in QUT's annual Power of Engineering, which gives female students from years 9 and 10 hands-on experience of solving real-world engineering challenges, has helped increase the number of students taking senior STEM subjects (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics).
05-03-2014 The QUT Health Law Research Centre needs people with complicated family, asset or business arrangements to help them conduct an ARC-funded study into the process of making a will and how people distribute their assets.
04-03-2014 QUT health experts warn air-polluting events like the Morwell fire should be treated as disasters.
03-03-2014 PEOPLE who criticise the big four banks for making too much profit are out of touch with financial reality, Commonwealth Bank CEO Ian Narev told a packed QUT Business Leaders Forum today
28-02-2014 Brisbane's water supply has been found to contain disease carrying bugs which can be directly linked to infections in some patients, according to a new study by QUT.
27-02-2014 Australia, it's time to face to your future.The first ever digital writing residency funded by the Australia Council for the Arts will launch at QUT tonight with a project that challenges our perceptions about robots - and entertainment.
26-02-2014 Samuel Finegan hasn't seen a ghost, but it's not for want of trying.