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A Brisbane innovator determined to break down the digital divide between cities and remote regions is the first to receive an Indigenous scholarship to the prestigious MIT Global Entrepreneurship Bootcamp at QUT.
When art, design and science research meet, exciting things happen. This is the thinking behind the inaugural Critical Connections Symposium and Exhibition on Saturday, March 25 at QUT’s Creative Industries Precinct at Kelvin Grove.
Some of the world’s most innovative higher education minds will shortly gather in Brisbane for the Times Higher Education (THE) 2017 Young Universities Summit from 5-7 April at QUT, with an agenda geared towards the role universities can play in an increasingly challenging world.
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Doctors and health professionals could face legal consequences in the future for failing to provide women with information on their breast density which, research shows, indicates breast cancer risk and masks detection by mammogram.
Students can tap into decades of policing experience and real life cases thanks to Inspector Christopher Emzin joining QUT’s School of Justice for a 12-month stint as the university’s first visiting police associate.
Don’t just see the world’s first robot to target crown-of-thorns starfish (COTS) – press the button and fire its injection arm yourself at the World Science Festival Brisbane (WSFB)!
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Three up-and-coming Australian designers, among them two QUT graduates, will head to Seoul Fashion Week this weekend as part of the Australia-Korea Foundation Emerging Designer Exchange Program.
QUT is pleased that Ms Prior has decided to discontinue legal proceedings against the university, but stresses there are no winners here. This case has gone on for far too long. Its extension to involve students should not have occurred and this was something the university strove to prevent.
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