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Physicist demonstrates dictionary definition was dodgy

23-04-2014 It is the defining moment that demonstrates a QUT physicist was correct in pointing out a 99-year-old mistake to one of the world's most authoritative dictionaries.

Future public sector leaders to be shaped at QUT

23-04-2014 QUT will play a key role in developing future public sector leaders, having been chosen to deliver a graduate course across Australia, following a competitive tender process.

QUT international students named as Brisbane ambassadors

23-04-2014 Five students from Queensland University of Technology have been named by Lord Mayor Graham Quirk as 2014 Brisbane International Student Ambassadors.

Dealing with dementia: New survey looks at caring for carers

23-04-2014 Placing a family member with dementia in residential care is a difficult decision in a carer's life, which is why a new QUT study is looking to uncover what factors can make the transition easier.

Reimaging photography in the digital age

22-04-2014 The digital revolution is redefining not just how we take photos but how we can manipulate and reversion them.

Brisbane universities to host $US100,000 world-first business challenge at G20

22-04-2014 Queensland's three Brisbane-based universities - QUT, The University of Queensland (UQ), and Griffith University -- will host a Global Business Challenge set to become a cornerstone event in the G20 program.

Media Advisory: Underwater robotocist available for comment on seafloor search for MH370

16-04-2014 Dr Matthew Dunbabin is available to talk about the use and capabilities of underwater robots in the search for the Malaysia Airlines plane.

People with diabetes urged to take step in right direction

16-04-2014 Thousands of Australians with diabetes are needlessly having feet and parts of their legs amputated with just one in two attending foot clinic screenings.

Pioneering research unveils new method for quantifying people-related risks within the LNG industry

16-04-2014 Queensland University of Technology (QUT) has joined forces with global workforce solutions provider Air Energi Group, to develop a solution to one of the biggest challenges facing the oil and gas industry worldwide - identifying and analysing workforce-related risks.

Double jeopardy threat to force farmers from land

15-04-2014 Countless farmers trapped in a "double jeopardy" scenario will be forced from the land unless urgent institutional changes are made, a QUT economist says.

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