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EVENT: IPIL Symposium - The Economics of Creativity

03-07-2018 The Intellectual Property and Innovation Law Program (IPIL), the Digital Media Research Centre (DMRC) and the QUT Faculty of Law are delighted to invite you to attend a Symposium exploring 'The Economics of Creativity'.

QUT harnesses the wisdom of the ages

08-06-2018 As life expectancy for Australians edges towards 90 over the next 30 years and retirement is redefined, staying connected with employment and other activities will be increasingly critical for all of us.

QUT Seminar: Supporting Urban Agriculture with Research to Improve Food Security

16-07-2018 Urban agriculture is not new, nor is it contained to wealthy, developed cities. The United Nations Development Program estimates that 15% food worldwide is grown in cities. In developing cities, urban agriculture provides a critical source of food and income for some residents.

QUT Transforming Innovation Systems Lecture: ‘Engagement’ in higher education: How does it affect the missions of education and research? @ GP

21-06-2018 Professor Mats Benner from Lund University will discuss aspects and intentions of societal engagement coducted by universities, and why confronting and combatting societal challenges is integral to higher education's objectives.

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.

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.