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Australia’s economists tackle public debt, housing affordability, energy and more

03-07-2015 With Greece's public debt crisis reverberating around the world it is timely that a nation's debt levels are a key topic for the more than 400 of Australia's leading and up-and-coming economists at QUT for the Australian Conference of Economists (7-10 July).

QUT students help shape future directions of science education

02-07-2015 Two QUT Secondary Education students have been selected to travel to Western Australia to join some of Australia's best scientists and teachers for a conference designed to develop and promote excellence in science education.

Brisbane Roar looks at QUT tendon injury research

02-07-2015 QUT research, funded by the Queensland Government's Smart Futures Fund, could soon mean sports stars no longer need extended periods of time off due to tendon injuries.

MEDIA ALERT: Does an early school start catch the ‘learning worm’? Australia’s educators debate student learning & behaviour at QUT national summit

01-07-2015 Are noisy classrooms a bad thing? Should schools change start times to improve results and behaviour? Can kids design a better learning space?

Sexual harassment at work not just men against women

01-07-2015 More than one in ten complaints of sexual harassment at work are reported by men, a QUT study has found.

Film history buffs curl up with Shirley Temple, vampires, femme fatales & Mad Max

30-06-2015 Eighty years ago three little Christchurch girls took part in a Shirley Temple look-alike competition that sparked a lifelong Kiwi love affair with the curly-topped, dimpled cherub ... and led to a surprising university research project decades later.

QUT Business students take to the national stage

30-06-2015 A team of QUT Business School students helping to mentor migrant women and training homeless people to get jobs will compete against teams from 26 other Australian universities at the 2015 Enactus Australia National Competition.

Targeting Pacific Islander Women for Type 2 diabetes management study

30-06-2015 Pacific Islanders in Australia are paying a heavy price for swapping their traditional diet for highly processed foods, with increasing obesity levels leading to skyrocketing rates of Type 2 diabetes among the local population.

Take on the world at QUT Open Day

29-06-2015 QUT's graduates have tasted success across Australia and around the world ... now one of the university's best-known exports is coming home for the QUT Open Day on July 26.

MEDIA ADVISORY: QUT astrophysicist can comment on Venus-Jupiter double act

29-06-2015 Is it a star? Is it a plane? No, it's a spectacular planetary convergence.

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