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GC600 spectators the first to trial sun safe app

20-10-2017 Burning rubber not skin is the key message QUT sun safe researchers want Gold Coast 600 spectators to remember this weekend (October 20-22), with the release of a new app specifically designed for the Gold Coast.

First joint US and QUT bioenergy appointment

20-10-2017 The international collaboration between QUT and the US Department of Energy Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL) to develop bioenergy from plant and waste matter has been strengthened with the first joint research and academic appointment of microbiologist Dr Alex Beliaev.

Our students have the BRAAAAAINS for adventure gaming

19-10-2017 Brisbane thrill seekers keen to survive the zombie apocalypse will come face-to-face with a 'hoard' of clever QUT students on the cutting edge of a new entertainment industry.

QUT welcomes leaders from Bougainville, Bhutan and Indonesia

19-10-2017 QUT is hosting senior leaders from Papua New Guinea’s Autonomous Region of Bougainville, Bhutan and Indonesia to build and strengthen international educational links.

Biofuels revolution will help power Queensland economy

18-10-2017 The man who helped power US Navy ships with alternative fuels made from beef fat is touring Queensland this week along with QUT experts to help push the state’s burgeoning biofuels industry.

New wave of ‘Indigipreneurs’

17-10-2017 When QUT Master of Business student Dean Foley left his first career in the Royal Australian Air Force after five years, it was to embark on a second one inspired by Richard Branson and Robert Kiyosaki.

Futile hospital treatments cost millions

17-10-2017 Non-beneficial treatment of patients who are at the end of their life costs Australia approximately $153.1 million a year, a study published in the British Medical Journal Open today has found.

Wikipedia 101 to celebrate Open Access Week

17-10-2017 Most of us use it every week, some every day.  But how often do you stop to think about how Wikipedia gets all its great stuff?

Machines must think like humans to build trust

17-10-2017 If humans are to ever fully trust driverless cars to make decisions for them, these autonomous systems need to be able to understand how humans problem-solve in ways that sometimes defies machine logic.

Disruption: deal with it!

17-10-2017 “You need a little bit of crazy in a founder,” so said Suncorp CEO of Strategic Innovation Pip Marlow to a packed room at the QUT’s Disruptive Influences and What to Do with Them conference today.

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