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Jobs of the future: 255 Yr 11s & 12s to attend QUT STEM Summit

A record 255 high school students from across Queensland and New South Wales will head to uni over the September school holidays to take part in the 2022 QUT Future You STEM Summit.

Queensland universities shine brightly in national teaching awards

QUT hosted the 2021 Queensland Australian Awards for University Teaching Ceremony last night, attended by representatives and award recipients of eight Queensland universities.

Big boost for Queensland battery-powered jobs

The Queensland Government will boost Queensland’s place in the energy storage revolution through a $15 million investment to scale up the National Battery Testing Centre (NBTC), based in Banyo on Brisbane’s northside.

Collaboration to jumpstart research

QUT researchers will fast-track research into potential new lung cancer drug treatments through a strategic collaboration with Janssen Pharmaceutica NV, one of the Janssen Pharmaceutical Companies of Johnson & Johnson, facilitated by the Johnson & Johnson Innovation Partnering Office.

Intersecting light beams key in transformative 3D printer potential

QUT researchers have used intersecting light beams to control chemical reactions in an advanced material, paving the way for future use in 3D printers that print entire layers, instead of single points, at a time.

First step toward national conservation AI network underway

The first step toward building a national conservation AI network is underway, with the WildSeek Project: Community Wildlife Intelligence Hubs being launched by Landcare Australia, WIRES and QUT.