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QUT creatives score multiple 2015 Queensland Music Awards nominations

06-03-2015 QUT students, alumni, and staff are up for multiple 2015 Queensland Music Awards, a highlight of the Queensland music calendar since 2011 produced by QMusic.

Protein push could help dieters fight fat

06-03-2015 Can a high protein diet help people lose weight?

QUT students and teachers send school flood recovery packs to Malaysia

05-03-2015 The friendships forged from a two-week study tour to Malaysia last year prompted a QUT student to rally lecturers, colleagues, family and friends to send flood relief supplies to classrooms in affected areas.

Family interventions reduce smoking rates in children and adolescents

05-03-2015 A global review by Canada's University of Calgary and QUT into the effectiveness of family-based programs has found these programs can be highly effective in stopping children from taking up smoking.

Collapse of Brisbane’s inner city apartment market imminent

04-03-2015 Brisbane's inner city apartment market will crash in 2016, due to oversupply driven by belief in inexhaustible international demand.

QUT strengthens ties with Philippine universities

04-03-2015 QUT will increase collaboration with universities in the Philippines following a visit to Manila by the university's Vice-Chancellor Professor Peter Coaldrake Manila in March.

Dance study puts people with Parkinson’s on the front foot

04-03-2015 Brisbane researchers have proven that a community dance program can improve the health and wellbeing of people living with Parkinson's disease.

How a plastic pipe could stop an inland tsunami and power a village

03-03-2015 With world temperatures rising, the prospect of inland tsunamis in countries containing glacial lakes, such as Bhutan, is increasing but QUT researchers believe they have come up with a solution and are inviting the public to help get their project off the ground.

QUT School of Justice leads the way in real-world domestic violence education

02-03-2015 A new domestic violence stand-alone course offered by QUT's School of Justice has attracted 230 students from many disciplines and walks of life for its first semester.

Ocean research vessel returns from the ice edge with first-of-its-kind atmospheric measurements

02-03-2015 Scientists have commissioned Australia's first permanent ship-based labs to study the influence of both natural ocean emissions and human emissions on the composition of air over the Southern Ocean.


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