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Listening to ‘daggy’ Dad music: why some kids can’t shake it off

22-04-2015 Don't stop him now - a QUT researcher is looking for cross-generational Queen and Taylor Swift fans to discover if family and fandom go hand in hand.

Digital media is changing your life: experts track how

22-04-2015 The nation's top digital media experts have launched a new research centre to help Australians understand how digital technologies are affecting our democracy, our everyday lives and our local creative industries.

Brisbane pivotal to $250 billion global spatial industry

22-04-2015 Brisbane is one step closer to becoming the capital of the world's $250 billion geospatial technology industry today with the launch of a global summit tackling global issues with big data and spatial technologies.

QUT unveils Australian-first Chair to shape the digital economy

22-04-2015 QUT will be at the forefront of shaping digital transformation in Queensland and preparing graduates for jobs of the future with the launch of an Australian-first Chair in Digital Economy.

Early child care experiences play role in kids’ future

21-04-2015 Children who use centre-based child care and multiple care arrangements across their early years are better prepared for school, a new QUT study has found.

QUT Classic puts 1300 runners to the test on May 3

20-04-2015 Grab your running gear and get ready for the third annual QUT Classic on May 3 - a family-friendly fundraising fun run (or walk) aimed at all ages.

New flood-resistant QUT Gardens Point ferry terminal opens

20-04-2015 The new flood-resistant QUT Gardens Point ferry terminal has opened to the public with the promise of being strong enough to withstand a one-in-500-year flood event.

Shock horror: Humour persuades young males to slow down

20-04-2015 Graphic, strong threat or fear-based anti-speeding advertising campaigns are less likely to influence young males, a high-risk group over-represented in the nation's road toll, QUT research has found.

QUT hosts Domestic Violence Symposium

20-04-2015 An Australian woman dies every week as a result of domestic violence.

QUT creative writing graduate a 2015 Stella Prize contender for first book

16-04-2015 A QUT creative writing graduate now working on a novel about Aboriginal relationships with megafauna has been shortlisted for the prestigious $50,000 2015 Stella Prize for outstanding Australian women writers.

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