21 Oct 2021

How does Facebook control the ads you see? The truth is out there

A national ‘citizen science’ project has been launched to delve into Facebook’s use of ‘dark ads’ that target users based on detailed information collected about them online.

15 Oct 2021

Joseph secures his future with Digital MBA

When cyber security and third party risk specialist Joseph Kelly decided to add an MBA to his credentials, he knew finding the time to upskill on campus was going to be a difficult task.

13 Oct 2021

At last: Lonely days are over for historic piano stool

A 116-year-old piano stool has been reunited with its original piano at Old Government House on QUT’s Gardens Point campus after decades apart, thanks to a gift to QUT from Queensland’s 26th Governor.

12 Oct 2021

Sweet work: How better hive design can help keep bees warm

New QUT research has identified just how much work honey bees put into keeping their beehives a balmy 35 degrees year-round – and how changes to hive design and better beekeeping practices could save them valuable time and energy.

7 Oct 2021

Innovative program set to be expanded

An innovative program that builds the capacity of QUT staff to integrate Indigenous perspectives into their practice has so far been taken up by nearly 600 colleagues.  

6 Oct 2021

Climate change a top priority at Suncorp

Suncorp chief executive officer and managing director Steve Johnston today urged corporate Australia to put purpose at the top of their values chart.