15-04-2019 Australia’s health system is unprepared to deal with climate change, QUT Public Health expert Professor Gerard Fitzgerald, one of the authors of an article in the Medical Journal of Australia latest issue, said.
10-04-2019 Lung cancer sufferers could one day inhale targeted chemotherapy via chitosan nanoparticles, replacing intravenous and oral delivery with a non-invasive, lower dose and better uptake by the body method.
04-04-2019 QUT has been ranked 46th globally in the world’s first global attempt to measure the impact universities have on society.
29-03-2019 QUT has performed well in Australia’s first national assessment of research engagement and impact.
28-03-2019 QUT research to improve treatment approaches and outcomes for children and teenagers with brain cancer is part of an Australian-first collaborative research centre, launched in Brisbane today by the Children’s Hospital Foundation.
27-03-2019 QUT’s position as a leading research institution has been confirmed by the Australian Government’s latest assessment of university research quality.
25-03-2019 One in five women and one in eight men are now losing sleep due to the time they spend on their mobile phones, according to new QUT-led research that has found a jump in ‘technoference’ over the past 13 years.
Burns treatment, virtual reality, fashion & growing new human tissue - Hospitals of the Future conference
21-03-2019 The promise of no more boring, anxious stints in waiting rooms for patients is just one aspect of the hospitals of the future covered in the inaugural Herston Biofabrication Institute Conference tomorrow.
15-05-2019 This interactive discussion and luncheon will focus on the Australian Law Reform Commission’s (ALRC) Report on the Review of the Family Law System. It will explore the implications of changes to Australian family law for domestic violence with a focus on women and children’s safety and well-being.
20-03-2019 The work of QUT’s Cancer & Ageing Research Program (CARP) scientists to develop the next generation of cancer drugs has been boosted with a grant totalling $2.5 million from the William and Hilde Chenhall Research Trust.