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High school students on Brisbane's northside have celebrated the end of an eight-week robot-building journey with a community showcase of their robots at Murrumba State Secondary College.
QUT is firmly cementing its position as a premier creative industries teaching and learning university, with a hat-trick of announcements and events this week.
John Willsteed, former member of seminal Brisbane band The Go-Betweens, will share colourful stories of the local music scene in the 1970s in a special performance at the CreateX festival to celebrate the $88 million expansion of QUT’s Creative Industries Precinct on Sunday 28 August.
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WHAT: Film/photograph the latest in augmented and virtual reality at the official opening of the $88 million expansion of QUT’s Creative Industries Precinct (Kelvin Grove). This mind-blowing project and more will be on show for the public to experience at QUT’s upcoming CreateX Festival, a collision of creativity and technology.
The public CreateX all-ages festival at QUT's Creative Industries Precinct this Sunday (August 28) will feature the latest immersive 3-D experiences, shine a light on the mystery of the creative process through 60 interactive events (performances, talks and workshops), and culminate in a free concert featuring alumni such as Kate Miller-Heidke, Naomi Price, Carita Farrer Spencer, DeepBlue and Michelle Ryan.
With Woolworths again planning to re-launch their Rewards Program this month, QUT’s retail expert, Associate Professor Gary Mortimer, suggests the days of rewards cards are numbered.
QUT research in childhood sleep, cancer nursing and stopping the spread of drug-resistant superbugs has been recognised at this year’s Young Tall Poppy Science Awards.
New inner city apartment prices could fall by 20 to 25 per cent over the next 12 to 18 months as restrictions on capital flow out of China kick in, says QUT property economist Professor Chris Eves who warned of the collapse in March 2015.
QUT molecular microbiologist Makrina Totsika is at the forefront of research to develop new therapies to beat multi-drug resistant bacteria.