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Learning to drive in a simulator: what do you think?

01-06-2016 The idea of being taught to drive in a simulator as well as behind the wheel will be investigated as part of a new QUT study aimed at reducing the crash rates of young drivers.

QUT campuses become smoke-free from July 1

31-05-2016 QUT campuses and off-site research facilities will be smoke-free from July 1, QUT Vice-Chancellor Professor Peter Coaldrake said today, World No Tobacco Day.

Online love rats after money not romance: Brisbane symposium

31-05-2016 Online romance frauds break more than hearts. They often break the bank balance of victims with millions of dollars scammed each year from Australians.

Paris, here they come! QUT business student team on way to world final of L'Oreal competition

30-05-2016 A team of business QUT students is on their way to Paris to take part in the international L’Oreal Brandstorm competition against student teams from around the world.

QUT designed portable, temporary flood barrier will go into production in Qld

30-05-2016 Queensland’s first locally designed and made portable flood barrier system will be developed from a winning design of a QUT industrial design student team chosen by Sydney-based company Flood Solutions Advisory Group (FSAG) for testing and production.

Determined, disadvantaged students awarded scholarships

27-05-2016 A cohort of 63 students has been named the 2016 Tim Fairfax AC Learning Potential Fund Scholars, taking the number of lives touched by the QUT Chancellor’s scholarships to more than 100.

Child’s play: Australia’s newest roboticists see eye-to-eye with R2-D2

25-05-2016 Children from age four can become robot programmers rather than waiting for the higher years in schooling, says a QUT education researcher.

App for young boys aims to prevent domestic violence

25-05-2016 A concept for an app aimed at engaging boys aged 10 to 15 to teach them respectful relationships with girls has been developed by a QUT social marketing expert as “another part of the jigsaw” to prevent domestic violence against women.

Tests show drivers can’t accurately judge speed of approaching train

25-05-2016 Drivers can see trains approaching but cannot accurately judge their speed when proceeding through a passive level crossing, a QUT and Australasian Centre for Rail Innovation collaborative study has found.

QUT partners with the Public Trustee

25-05-2016 QUT has partnered with the Public Trustee to deliver a tailored leadership and management program.

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