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QUT develops golden bananas high in pro-vitamin A

07-07-2017 World-first QUT research that has produced a golden-orange fleshed banana, rich in pro-vitamin A, has been published today in the prestigious Plant Biotechnology Journal.

QUT has the ‘droids’ the car industry’s looking for

06-07-2017 The sharp minds that will shape the future of driverless cars converged on QUT for a robot race that could influence the development of autonomous technologies.

Self-driving cars disrupting Australian streets: experts discuss challenges for next decade

22-06-2017 With tech giants such as Apple and Google already working on autonomous vehicles, babies born today may never need to drive, a major self-driving car forum held at QUT has heard.

QUT welcomes Federal Environment and Energy Minister

13-07-2017 Federal Environment and Energy Minister Josh Frydenberg was guest speaker at QUT’s Vice-Chancellor Forum yesterday.

Livestock wastes to fuel Australian bioproducts industry

08-06-2017 QUT will lead research on a $14 million national project which aims to catapult Australia’s growing bioproducts industry while advancing the war on waste.

QUT awards robotics leader Peter Corke title of Distinguished Professor

20-06-2017 QUT has awarded the title of Distinguished Professor to Professor Peter Corke for his outstanding achievements in the field of robotics. 

Making light work of high-tech manufacturing

05-06-2017 Imagine a future where car scratches could be healed by laser light and where changing the colour of light, rather than the ink itself, in the 3D printing process could result in different products with vastly different material properties.

New funding to advance QUT research

02-06-2017 QUT has been awarded 14 Research Fellowships under the Advance Queensland Research Fellowship program. Seven early-career Fellowships totalling $1.26 million, and seven mid-career Fellowships worth $2.1 million were awarded.

New funding to advance QUT research

02-06-2017 QUT has been awarded 14 Research Fellowships under the Advance Queensland Research Fellowship program. Seven early-career Fellowships totalling $1.26 million, and seven mid-career Fellowships worth $2.1 million were awarded.