We focus on high quality education and research on the design, manufacture and operation of biomedical, chemical and mechanical systems and processes. We are driven to develop new equipment, technology and methods that improve the quality of human health and the environment.
Our collaborations bring together economics, biology, medicine, engineering and sciences to design and develop new equipment and methods that improve the quality of human health and life. Our research outputs are wide ranging - from ‘The Drifter’, a floating device that delivers real-time data to defend against flash flooding and water pollution, to a 3D-moulded mattress that supported a 10-year-old patient during a lengthy spinal surgery.
Centre for Biomedical Technologies
Our research and development focuses on better patient treatments and quality of life into the future using regenerative approaches, robotics and artificial intelligence, and advanced manufacturing to expand surgical possibilities and reduce complications.
The Australia-China Centre for Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine (ACCTERM)
We're an international network that aims to generate interdisciplinary awareness and promote and expand scientific cooperation and communication between China and Australia.
Biomechanics and Spine Research Group
We research paediatric spinal deformity and other spine conditions to improve treatments and understanding of these disorders to ensure the best patient outcomes.
Centre for Agriculture and the Bioeconomy
Our research is enabling farmers to grow more food with less resources, developing crops that are more nutritious and resistant to drought and pests, and discovering innovative ways to make renewable fuels, chemicals and other products from agricultural wastes.
Centre for Materials Science
The QUT Centre for Materials Science is the fundamental scientific engine room for materials innovation, providing materials-based solutions for QUT’s application driven Centres and research strengths.
Centre for Behavioural Economics, Society and
Our goal is to understand how human behaviour and public policy can be influenced by behavioural economics and social marketing to benefit the health of our society, sustain our environment for future generations and safeguard our economy in the digital age.
Centre for the Environment
We bring research, government, industry and community together to create real-world solutions to the most pressing environmental challenges. We aim to deliver ground-breaking fundamental and applied research that conserves and restores environmental systems and ensures the sustainability of natural resources in our natural, production and built landscapes.
Laboratory for Advanced Modelling and Simulation in Engineering and Science (LAMSES)
We carry out real-world numerical and experimental research in the fields of engineering and science.
Our research partnerships
We're working with you to find solutions to your problems. Reach result through a collaborative partnership with our experienced research experts who make active contributions to their fields.
News and events
A 2-day STEM program for Indigenous Australian students
New Australian-made positioning technology based on QUT research is set to compete with global brands in monitoring risk and safety of road bridges, high-rise buildings, dams and other major natural or constructed structures.
The count-down is on for the free 2022 QUT Future You STEM Summit for high school students, with online applications closing on Monday night at midnight.