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Dream trips: 9 QUT students awarded overseas scholarships

29-11-2017 A record nine students from QUT have received New Colombo Plan Scholarships to travel overseas in 2018 and further their career dreams.

Hang up Christmas hangovers

28-11-2017 With Christmas just weeks away, the festive season is in full swing. For many that means boozy parties and over-indulgence, but it is possible to have fun while staying in control says a QUT psychologist.

#BeatEngland, beat sunburn: Cricket fans targeted in sunscreen study

23-11-2017 If cricket fans leave the grounds red-faced these Ashes it won’t be because of the sun, with QUT rolling out a sun smart project aimed at reducing sunburn rates among spectators.

Health 5.0

08-12-2017 The QUT Faculty of Health and the PwC Chair of Digital Economy presented Health 5.0 – the future of health care in 2050 on the evening of Thursday 23 November 2017 at the PwC offices in Brisbane.

Stopping the dengue threat

16-11-2017 Improved disease surveillance at Australian ports and borders is needed to prevent the growing threat of dengue infection spreading across the country, with a new QUT study identifying potential risk factors linked to dengue outbreaks beyond climatic conditions.

QUT professor honoured with Women in Research Award

10-11-2017 QUT Professor Monika Janda has received the 2017 Women in Research Award in the Scopus Researcher of the Year Awards.

Can automated cars and humans safely co-exist?

10-11-2017 A project aiming to accelerate the safe and successful deployment of automated vehicles by having them understand human intent is among 22 QUT-led projects to receive Australian Research Council (ARC) Discovery Project Grants announced today. 

Stop abusing your eyes: Put down that phone or tablet & get outside

26-06-2017 Is our tech-laden modern world wearing out your eyes? QUT eye health researcher and optometrist Associate Professor Scott Read says it’s a case of not just stopping to smell those flowers, but having a good look at them too.

National campaign for improved IV care and outcomes for patients in Australian hospitals

10-05-2017 - 12-05-2017 Improving intravascular (IV) care for patients in the Australian healthcare system will save hundreds of millions of dollars annually, which could be redirected to other vital national health priorities and improve patients’ hospital experiences and outcomes.