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Caring for people with dementia – a new Australian-first guide on respite care

04-09-2015 Dementia Awareness Month is being marked at QUT with the launch today of a unique new national guide for carers which aims to help them get the most out of respite care when they need it most.

QUT’s global outlook endorsed by Australian Government grants

03-09-2015 QUT has been awarded more than $500,000 in funding from the Federal Government in the latest round of the New Colombo Plan mobility grants which will enable 148 students to study in the Indo-Pacific in 2016.

Maths of terrorism and the statistics of conversion and radicalisation

03-09-2015 A QUT statistics researcher is working to counter violent extremism by examining the way people talk about themselves and their beliefs.

Back off: Have your say on tailgating

03-09-2015 With rear-end bingles accounting for a third of all crashes on Queensland roads, a new QUT study is aiming to find out why drivers struggle to follow at a safe distance.

New robot has crown-of-thorns starfish in its sights

02-09-2015 It's the robot that has the scourge of the Great Barrier Reef in its sights.

Diabetes threat for fly-in fly-out miners: new study

01-09-2015 Fly-in fly-out workers and their families are being targeted in a new QUT study investigating the skyrocketing rates of diabetes in mining communities.

What is your vision for Brisbane in 2050? Have your say at the QUT InstaBooth

01-09-2015 In a partnership with the Brisbane Writer's Festival (BWF) locals are invited to have their say on the future of the city's urban development in the QUT InstaBooth installed outside the State Library by QUT between 31 August and 7 September.

TEXTA: the QUT book club for lovers of art and literature seeks members

01-09-2015 City workers and residents with a love of both books and art are invited to join a book club with a difference that meets five times a year at the QUT Art Museum at Gardens Point.

Keeping Indigenous careers & trust on track – for the long run

01-09-2015 An Indigenous internship program that is rebuilding community trust by asking corporate Australia to make a 10-year commitment is now targeting the tertiary sector.

From dig to digital: Australia’s iconic dinosaurs as you’ve never seen them before

28-08-2015 It's Australia's largest known meat-eating dinosaur but until now we've never seen how Australovenator moved - not even the man who dug it up and named it.

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