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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.
2018 LECTURE SERIES
Plans for an exciting 2018 lecture series is underway. More details will be released as they become available.
PAST 2017 LECTURES
Friday 27 October, 3.30pmThe Value of an Arts-Science NexusProfessor Graham Baker (President, Queensland Academy of Arts and Sciences)This lecture will be followed by refreshments and the QUT Science in Focus finalist exhibition in The Cube.
Friday 6 October, 3:30pmSuperconductivity: Has It Touched Your Life?Dr Cathy Foley (Science Director and Deputy Director Manufacturing, CSIRO)
Friday 8 September, 3:30pmThe Future of SkillsDr Hasan Bakhshi (Creative Economy in Policy and Research, Nesta)
Friday 11 August, 3:30pmGoing for the higher fruit: Universities post peak public fundingProfessor Peter Coaldrake
Friday 14 July, 3:30pmOpportunities and Challenges in RoboticsDr Henrik Christensen (Institute of Contextual Robotics, UC San Diego)
Friday 26 May, 3:30pmChanging Coasts and Oceans: Science Meeting Global and National ChallengesJohn Gunn (Australian Institute of Marine Science)
Friday 28 April, 3:30pmFuture Capable: Learning for Life and Work in the 21st CenturyAssociate Professor Ruth Bridgstock (QUT)
Friday 7 April, 3:30pmThe Converging Insecurities of Food, Water, Energy and Climate, and their Implications for Development Aid and ResearchAndrew Campbell (Australian Centre for International Agricultural Research)
Friday 17 March, 3:30pmGenomics and the Future of MedicineProfessor Matt Brown (QUT)
Friday 3 March, 3:30pmCan Leaders Make a Difference to Organisational Performance?Professor Andrew Pettigrew, Oxford University
Watch past lectures in our video archive.