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Drs Matthew Dunbabin and Feras Dayoub have successfully completed field trials of their COTSbot robot, which they’ve proved can autonomously navigate difficult reefs, detect crown-of-thorns starfish and deliver a fatal dose of bile salts.
Australia’s 2.3 million asthma sufferers could have a tool to help prevent life-threatening attacks caused by pollen with a standardised air pollen monitoring and alert system.
Key QUT researchers have been awarded nearly $3.4 million from the State Government to advance research into 3D printed breasts for reconstructive surgery, new nutritional food products and animal feed supplements, and robotic underground mining vehicles.
Old tyres can be completely recycled into lower emission diesel engine oil, instead of being dumped in dangerous, highly flammable stockpiles that become breeding grounds for malaria and dengue-carrying mosquitoes.
Jaguars in the wild jungles of Peru are among the most elusive and threatened species on the planet but plans for their protection and preservation are taking place a world away.
A new personalised treatment for the debilitating arthritic condition ankylosing spondylitis and other auto-immune diseases will be developed through a research collaboration led by QUT’s Professor of Genomics, Matt Brown under an agreement between Janssen Biotech Inc., one of the Janssen Pharmaceutical Companies of Johnson & Johnson, and QUT.
A new invention being manufactured in Brisbane by a QUT spin-off company is set to change the face of elite sports science and save professional sports clubs hundreds of millions of dollars in lost player time in the process.
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