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NEWS QUT welcomes world’s young universities to Brisbane: QUT is set to host higher education leaders from across the world at the Times Higher Education (THE) 2017 Young Universities Summit this week.Design meets science, technology and enterprise at STEM Girl Power Camp: QUT's Design Lab and The Cube has teamed up to host an exciting workshop program at QUT Gardens Point campus as part of the second annual STEM Girl Power Camp, coinciding with annual World Science Festival Brisbane (WSFB) .Keyhole surgery better for cancer hysterectomies: global survival study: A 10-year global study involving QUT has found that survival outcomes after hysterectomies performed by keyhole surgery are just as good – and safer – for women with endometrial cancer as the more invasive total abdominal hysterectomy.A step forward to making crops drought tolerant: QUT researchers are part of an international consortium of researchers whose work hopes to future-proof crops against the impacts of global climate change.It’s the journey not the destination: how to survive the drive: Drivers are being urged to think of the journey, not focus on the destination when they get behind the wheel these school holidays, as a way to encourage people to take seriously the effects of driver fatigue.Closing the gap through Indigenous research: Indigenous researchers, industry partners and stakeholders have gathered at QUT in Brisbane to discuss ways to ‘close the gap’ through increasing research collaborations and building Indigenous research capacity.Prestigious International Award for QUT's leading biomaterials scientist: The European Society of Biomaterials has awarded its highest honour to QUT’s Professor Dietmar W. Hutmacher, who is Professor and Chair of Regenerative Medicine at the QUT Institute of Health and Biomedical Innovation. EVENTS April 3-7: 2017 High School Research Internships program @ QUTApril 4 & 11: Sounds of silence: Meditation in the Museum @ QUT Art MuseumApril 5-7: 2017 Times Higher Education (THE) Young Universities Summit @ Gardens PointApril 7: IFE Grand Challenge Public Lecture by Prof Andrew Campbell: The Converging Insecurities of Food, Water, Energy and Climate, and their Implications for Development Aid and Research (free) @ Institute for Future EnvironmentsApril 12: Street Science @ The CubeApril 27: Subject selection for STEM careers information evening @ Gardens TheatreApril 28: IFE Grand Challenge Public Lecture by Assoc Prof Ruth Bridgstock: Future Capable: Learning for Life and Work in the 21st Century (free) @ Institute for Future EnvironmentsMay 4: The 7 Stages of Grieving @ Gardens TheatreMay 12: Prestige Scholarships Information Seminar (free) @ Gardens PointMay 16-18: High school students & parents information seminars (free) @ Gardens Point, North Lakes & CabooltureNow - May 21: Earth & fire: Ceramics from the QUT Art Collection (free) @ QUT Art MuseumNow - May 21: Less than: Art and reductionism (free) @ QUT Art MuseumNow - June 18: William Robinson: Genesis (free) @ William Robinson GalleryNow - Sept 13: Season 2017 @ Gardens Theatre: Stories that connect @ Gardens TheatreNow - Nov 24: STEM for Schools: What's on in 2017 @ QUT
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