16 Jun 2022

Women want to hear from other patients before deciding on breast reconstruction

Women making critical decisions on breast reconstruction are more likely to seek out information from other patients on their experiences with new technology than rely on ‘expert’ advice according to a QUT study.

16 Jun 2022

QUT research partnership to find out what Australians want at the movies

While Top Gun: Maverick has roared into Australian cinemas and grossed more than $13M AUD in its opening weekend, the recovery of cinemas from the COVID pandemic won’t be solved by Hollywood blockbusters alone say researchers from QUT’s Digital Media Research Centre (DMRC).

5 Jun 2022

Explore Queensland’s history through the QUT Digital Collections

More than 60,000 photos covering nearly a century of Queensland history have been donated to QUT to be preserved as part of the QUT Digital Collections – a publicly accessible time capsule that is helping safe-keep the state’s heritage for future generations.

1 Jun 2022

QUT congratulates Supreme Court alumni appointments

Two high-profile Queensland barristers who are QUT alumni have been appointed judges of the Supreme Court.

27 May 2022

Law degree helps Joel build a better world for his people and family

It's been an amazing six years for Joel Murgha ... the 24-year-old Gunggandji man from Yarrabah has completed a QUT law degree, been admitted as a lawyer, secured his perfect job, and become the dad of two young boys.

27 May 2022

Hope lives on after thwarted Everest flight

A thwarted attempt by Australian adventurer and mountaineer Ken Hutt to become the first person to legally paraglide off the top of Mount Everest to raise money for Rotary International’s End Polio Now campaign has been placed on ice but his message went all the way to the top.