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QUT researcher named AMP Tomorrow Maker

07-02-2019 QUT’s Dr Mariam Darestani has been named an AMP Tomorrow Maker for her efforts to prevent over-fertilisation of crops.

Extreme Van: Extremely popular with students

07-02-2019 Almost every day of the school year the Extreme Science and Engineering Van visits Queensland schools to inspire the next generation of scientists about what can be achieved by studying science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM).

A gift from the heart

07-02-2019 A new wireless heart pump, with the potential to save countless lives is the first beneficiary of the Roland Bishop bequest to QUT.

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.

From beekeeping to biotechnology: life science a lucky choice for STEM alumnus Lisa

07-02-2019 Like many school leavers, Lisa Devereaux began her science degree with aspirations of later going into medicine. Her dream of becoming a doctor soon changed, after she realised her passion for life sciences and biotechnology.

QUT ‘golden banana’ humanitarian honoured

21-01-2019 QUT scientist and humanitarian, Distinguished Professor James Dale, who has developed potentially lifesaving bananas for some of the poorest people on earth is the 2019 Queensland Senior Australian of the Year.

Business School Alumni (BSA) Chapter - Annual General Meeting

21-03-2019 We invite all QUT Business School graduates and students to the Business School Alumni (BSA) Chapter’s Annual General Meeting (AGM) followed by a guest presentation on defying the odds and living a fulfilling and meaningful life.

Nodo-ubt about it: QUT alumnus shares her sweet success

30-01-2019 After being diagnosed with coeliac disease in 2009, a visit to a local bakery would leave QUT alumnus Kate Williams disappointed (and hungry!) at the limited options.

Data analytics for safer air space

10-01-2019 Imagine being able to predict an inexperienced pilot’s erratic flight path in real time.

Incognito @ The Loft

17-10-2019 - 23-10-2019 Bath, England, 1953: Henry undergoes pioneering brain surgery. The surgery changes Henry's life, and the history of neuroscience. Incognito is showing at Gardens Theatre from 17 to 23 October and features QUT Bachelor of Fine Arts (Acting) second-year students.


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