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Success in superfood for QUT alumnus

Success in superfood for QUT alumnus

7th November 2019

After brainstorming business ideas with a mate one New Year’s Eve, Sam Carson found his true calling when he stumbled across the not-so-secret ingredient – the humble acai berry – that led to his success in creating delicious and affordable healthy food options.

7 Nov 2019

Success in superfood for QUT alumnus

After brainstorming business ideas with a mate one New Year’s Eve, Sam Carson found his true calling when he stumbled across the not-so-secret ingredient – the humble acai berry – that led to his success in creating delicious and affordable healthy food options.

31 Oct 2019

Stellar QUT Alumnus wins $140,000 John Monash scholarship

A QUT Creative Industries alumnus pioneering the use of emerging technologies to make the world a better place, and who has also come up with a solution to help the music industry spot online talent, has been named a John Monash Scholar for 2020.

31 Oct 2019

Mobile app ‘niggle’ launched as mental health resource for young people

yourtown has unveiled mental health technology that makes it dramatically easier and faster for teenagers and young people to access evidence based wellness resources at their fingertips through the ‘niggle by Kids Helpline’ mobile app.

30 Oct 2019

QUT graduates prove the world is their stage with a first of its kind TV series

Earlier this year QUT Creative Industries alumni Madeleine Kennedy and Marcus Vanco made Australian history as they launched the first ever independent, sci-fi fantasy television series We Were Tomorrow at the world’s largest Comic-Con convention in San Diego.