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QUT brings Open and Agile Smart Cities to Australia

07-10-2015 Brisbane, the Gold Coast and Springfield have forged a collaborative partnership with the Open Data Institute Queensland (ODIQ) and the Urban Informatics Research Lab at QUT to become Australia's first region to join the ranks of progressive international cities embracing digital innovation, the Open and Agile Smart Cities (OASC) network.

Rod Walker Awards announced

06-10-2015 Flying robots made from egg carton material and some of the smallest visual technology not yet on the market have won Rod Walker Awards.

Year 11s get a buzz out of STEM camp

06-10-2015 This quartet of STEM-savvy students from the Rockhampton region was among 160 of Queensland's brightest teenagers who took part in the 2015 QUT Vice-Chancellor's STEM Camp (for Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths) last week.

Siemens partnership brings new levels of innovation to Australian Defence industry

06-10-2015 In a ceremony today (6 October 2015) at the Pacific 2015 Maritime Exposition, Siemens signed a historic research agreement with Defence Science and Technology Group and QUT to advance the use of HTS technologies in Australia.

2015 Qld Literary Awards shortlist shows QUT writing teachers getting it right

01-10-2015 QUT Creative Writing and Literary Studies staff and students past and present dominate the shortlist of 2015 Queensland Literary Awards with works that confront Australia's colonial past, young people's coming of age, and the lives and experiences of Indigenous Australians.

Leading researchers to outline fight against women’s cancer

01-10-2015 Every day this year, breast cancer will take the lives of around eight women in Australia.

QUT appoints Carol Nicoll as new Executive Dean of Education

30-09-2015 QUT is delighted to announce the appointment of Professor Carol Nicoll PSM as Executive Dean of the Faculty of Education.

New ways to motivate climate change action around the world

29-09-2015 New international research has found a way to help the United Nations' Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change promote their message for more urgent action around the world.

High school high fliers could hold the key to future UAVs

28-09-2015 Hapless Outback Joe is in trouble again, and 19 teams of high school students with unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) are on a mission to find him.

QUT educators earn A+ in national teaching awards

28-09-2015 QUT teachers who excel in creating real world learning environments and experiences for their students in robotics, Indigenous studies, science, and engineering are among those honoured by this year's Australian Awards for University Teaching.


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