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Kaitlyn Porter, PhD scholarship recipient, is studying the role pharmacists can play in disasters, aiming to improve health outcomes during and after events.

Become a researcher. Let us pay the bills.

Our annual scholarship round is now open for applications. This is the ideal time to apply for your research degree and secure a scholarship.

If you're an outstanding graduate and aspiring researcher, apply for a research degree and scholarship by 30 September 2018 to be considered as part of our annual round.

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22 Oct 2018

Journalism study evaluates emotions on the job

A QUT journalism academic says the current freelancer-heavy market for media professionals could be preventing photographers and video journalists who report on traumatic news events from accessing the support they need.

17 Oct 2018

AI Dugong Detector makes Google Challenge impact

Software using artificial intelligence (AI) to detect dugongs in aerial photographs has been developed by QUT computer engineer Dr Frederic Maire to help scientists monitor diminishing global seagrass meadows.