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Professor Kerrie Wilson
Executive Director, Institute for Future Environments
"By galvanising the incredible interdisciplinary expertise across QUT and connecting that with external partners, we have become an exemplar of science for society with society."
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Professor Jennifer Firn
Director, Centre for the Environment
"I am passionately committed to developing a better understanding of how the loss of native biodiversity impacts on ecosystems and subsequently finding better ways to restore biodiversity and build more resilient landscapes."
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Professor Ian Mackinnon
Director, Centre for Clean Energy Technologies and Practices
"For future generations to come we really need to have visionary and committed indiviuals now, within this place and in the future, and train our individuals and students to become visionary and committed and to, of course, innovate exponentially. "
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Professor Leonie Barner
Director, Centre for a Waste-Free World
"My research brings together transdisciplinary researchers, industry and government to discover and design more efficient and sustainable materials for diverse applications."
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Professor Sagadevan Mundree
Director, Centre for Agriculture and the Bioeconomy
"We look forward to advancing the needs of Australian farmers by developing crops and traits that will help maintain our competitive edge in the global arena."
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Tools into teammates: Australian made automated military vehicle capability with Rheinmetall Defence Australia
QUT is leading major defence projects as part of Rheinmetall’s new research and technology program to develop advanced Australian-made robotics and automated vehicle technologies.
To celebrate National Biodiversity Month we check in with QUT's early career researchers focused on the conservation of biological diversity within Australia and beyond.
In this fourth seminar of our QUT Global Law, Science and Technology series we will hear from Professor Fleur Johns who will discuss how international humanitarianism is taking on new imperatives, protagonists, investments, techniques and objects of inquiry in connection with the expanding reach of the digital.
Zoom in with your lunch, your questions and, your hunger to learn about entrepreneurship. Join the informal lunchtime learning session where you can listen to, and chat with, industry experts who'll share their entrepreneurial knowledge and experience.
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