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2018 QUT Science in Focus Competition finalists revealed

19-10-2018 Scientific research can be visually stunning, unexpected and complex; if the QUT Science in Focus Competition finalists are anything to go by. Judges deliberated over more than 120 original images and video by QUT students and staff, showcasing their research with impact.

Grand Challenge Lecture: Food is about health care, medicine is about sick care: the importance of plants in our diet @ GP

19-10-2018 Leading plant biologist Professor Cathie Martin MBE FRS describes medicine as 'sick care' and food as 'health care'. Join us as she explains how the answer to rising rates of chronic disease and the resulting economic burden on global healthcare systems may lie in simply eating more plants. 

5th International STEM in Education Conference

21-11-2018 - 23-11-2018 Join us for the 5th International STEM in Education Conference from 21-23 November 2018 at QUT in Brisbane, Queensland, Australia.

3rd Queensland Mass Spectrometry Symposium

06-12-2018 - 07-12-2018 The third Queensland Mass Spectrometry Symposium will continue to highlight the cutting-edge research and applications of mass spectrometry in Queensland. The two-day program will incorporate presentations, poster and networking sessions as well as workshops.

IFE Distinguished Visitor Lecture Series @ Gardens Point

01-01-2018 - 01-01-2019 The Distinguished Visitor Lecture Series is a forum for senior academics and industry figures visiting QUT to share their perspective on the main trends and challenges in their specific field, hosted by the Institute for Future Environments. Selected lectures are published as audio podcasts.

IFE Grand Challenge Public Lecture Series @ Gardens Point

01-08-2017 - 31-12-2018 Several grand challenges confront humanity in the 21st century, from feeding the world's booming population to managing scarce natural resources and reducing our carbon footprint. The Grand Challenge Lecture Series explores these and other challenges and the possible solutions to them. All lectures are free and open to the public. You can attend in person or watch via livestream.