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QUT media highlights – February 26 to March 5

5th March 2018

Here is a snapshot of QUT in the media for the week from February 26, 2018.

Associate Professor Richard Brown (pictured)
Oil from recycled tyres as fuel: The Courier-Mail, Perth NowThe West Australian, Fairfax regionally, Yahoo 7, KRock FM Radio Geelong, Bay FM Radio Geelong

Professor Laurie Buys
Senior Living Innovation Challenge: Aged Care Insite, ABC Nth Queensland Mornings, Australian Ageing Agenda, Aged Care Online

Isobel Campbell, alumnus
Swimwear range using recycled material: Daily Mail Australia, USA

Professor Marilyn Campbell
No quick fix for bullying: Daily Mercury

Dr Rebecca English
Bullying fuels surge in Queensland kids being homeschooled:  News Corp nationally, The Daily Mail, Yahoo 7, 9 News


Bullying is driving thousands of parents to pull their children out of Queensland schools, as parents turn to home-schooling to try and protect their kids. #9News |

Posted by 9 News Queensland on Thursday, March 1, 2018

Professor Michael Flood
Changing behaviour around sexual consent: ABC Radio National Life Matters

Professor Danielle Gallegos and Dr Carol Richards
Food insecurity and food pressure on families:  NewsCorp nationally

Mindy Gill, alumnus
Profile: Liminal

Dr Rafael Gomez
Mentoring for industrial design students: Indesignlive

Professor Narelle Haworth
The impact of speed limits on traffic congestion: ABC Brisbane BreakfastABC Online, MSN Australia

Professor Marek Kowalkiewicz
Impact of Amazon’s arrival in Australia: The Australian Financial Review

Dr Edwina Luck
Worst advertising campaigns: The Simon Dell Show

Dr Yvette Miller
Social implications of vaccination laws: ABC Online, ABC Sunshine Coast Mornings, Daily Mail, Express Digest USA

Andrea Morris-Campbell
Pub Choir and the physical and emotional benefits of singing:  ABC News Online

Associate Professor Gary Mortimer
Costco opening in WA: Smart Company
Impulse buying at the grocery checkout: ABC Brisbane Breakfast (3:06:10)
Self-service checkout theft: A Current Affair
Second wave of Amazon rollout in Australia: NewsCorp nationally
Big brand craft beer: NewsCorp nationally

Self Serve Spies

Self-serve checkouts have changed the way many of us do our grocery shopping. But theft has been a huge problem. Maybe new spy cameras will to pull shoplifters into line? #9ACA | WATCH THE FULL STORY:

Posted by A Current Affair on Friday, March 2, 2018


Professor Larry Neale
Self-service checkouts normalising stealing:  SBS

Professor Carol Nicoll
University teacher enrolments: NewsCorp nationally

Professor Ken Ostrikov and Dr Annalena Wolff
Using helium ion beams to manipulate materials:, World of Chemicals

MOU with University of Nevada: InnovationAus
Coffee cup recycling program: Communicaffe
Integrating of research integrity training: BMC
Inspiring Queensland women (with QUT connections): QWeekend, NewsCorp    

QUT Art Museum
STEEL: art design architecture exhibition: Brisbane News

Fashion360 Accelerator helps cycling gear business: Fairfax nationally

Professor Matthew Rimmer
Regulating who controls genetic data: RN Breakfast, ABC Online

Professor Arun Sharma
Autonomous systems and defence research: Voices of QueensLAND400

Professor Scott Sheppard
Universities’ relationships with China: The Australian

Dr Jason Sternberg
Anonymity and online communication:  ABC News Online

Dr Annalena Wolff
Dragonfly wings killing bacteria:  Australasian Science

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