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21-03-2017 - 26-03-2017
Explore real-world research with real impact – visit QUT-related activities at the World Science Festival Brisbane.
12-04-2017 - 12-04-2017
Fresh from the World Science Festival Brisbane stage, The Cube welcomes back Queensland's top science communicators live on stage in this extended QUT exclusive event!
05-04-2017 - 07-04-2017
QUT will host the next Times Higher Education (THE) Young Universities Summit in Brisbane from April 5 to 7 in 2017 - the first time the event will be held in the Southern Hemisphere.
26-03-2017 - 31-03-2017
QUT has been selected to host the MIT Global Entrepreneurship Bootcamp at Gardens Point campus in Brisbane in March, 2017.
20-03-2017 - 21-05-2017
Less than: Art and reductionism presents works from the QUT Art Collection by Australian and international artists who employ a reductive approach or aesthetic, dating from the 1960s to now.
18-03-2017 - 21-05-2017
Ceramics have experienced a revival in contemporary art and design and this exhibition explores the last five decades of work by Australia's leading practioners.
28-03-2017 - 11-04-2017
This is your opportunity to participate in a free guided meditation session at QUT Art Museum.
25-03-2017 - 25-03-2017
The Cube, together with the Creative Industries Faculty, the Australian Research Centre in Additive Biomanufacturing, the Centre for Regenerative Medicine at the Institute for Health and Biomedical Innovation, in association with the UTAS Creative Exchange Institute will be hosting the one day symposium, Critical Connections: Art, Design, and STEM.
30-03-2017 - 30-03-2017
Attend a free Twilight Wedding Showcase on 30 March to see why QUT’s vibrant city campus in the heart of Brisbane city, nestled between the Brisbane River and City Botanic Gardens, is the perfect location for your special day.
31-01-2017 - 01-03-2017
A deeply personal photographic exhibition showcasing the lives of 20 Brisbane aged care facility residents who were the subject of a QUT research project is now on at the State Library of Queensland.
Birdseye hyperspectral science: Ningaloo as you’ve never seen it before
Australia Day honour for QUT Emeritus Professor Ray Frost