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Churchill Fellow goes global to explore VR as tool for social good

21-02-2019 Imagine hanging out in a rainforest with orang-utans without having to leave your lounge room. Then imagine how the impact of threats to their habitat may become more real to you as a result.

Investigating glare: How bright is your office?

04-02-2019 If you work in an office building in Australia, particularly one rated ‘green’ for its energy efficiency, QUT researchers want your help.

Students make QUT their first choice

30-01-2019 QUT has made more than 12,000 QTAC offers to students across its two campuses this year, with about half of those offers made to Queensland school leavers.

Booming café culture fuelled by urban growth.

29-01-2019 Café culture is now a firm fixture in urban life globally, providing new social spaces for a diverse range of people. While craft beer is also increasingly popular, more of us are bonding over coffee says Dr Emma Felton, a Senior Lecturer with QUT’s Creative Industries Faculty.

VR thrill rides need more than technology to sell them

10-01-2019 If creators don’t get virtual reality right for thrill rides the concept of VR as entertainment could be set back years; mirroring its habit of riding waves of popularity before falling into obscurity over the past two decades.

National Indigenous Research Conference comes to Brisbane

26-11-2018 Researchers, policymakers and Indigenous organisations will gather at QUT in Brisbane in July for the 2019 AIATSIS National Indigenous Research Conference.

Because of her: QUT celebrates Indigenous women

21-08-2018 Poet and activist Oodgeroo Noonuccal, Queensland’s first Indigenous magistrate Jacqui Payne and Triple J favourite Thelma Plum were among the Indigenous women celebrated at this year’s Murri-Ailan Way festival at QUT.


Creative Industries Faculty

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