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Dr Brett Williams and Professor Sagadevan Mundree are working in an international collaboration to future-proof crops against the impacts of climate change.
Dr Andrew Baker's research team has discovered three new species of the Antechinus marsupial in the past two years, garnering worldwide coverage in outlets including The Washington Post and Discovery Magazine.
Our researchers are working with academics from other Australian universities to treat equine metabolic syndrome, a common and potentially deadly condition that afflicts thousands of horses throughout Australia.
Professor Tim Foresman is our SIBA Chair of Spatial Information, placeing QUT at the forefront of research in an industry that's expected to be worth $1 trillion within the next decade.
The Samford Ecological Research Facility (SERF) is a living laboratory for research and educational experiences for our researchers, students and visitors. SERF is a unique facility that provides researchers and students the opportunity to investigate the climate, environment, soil, water, vegetation and wildlife of a peri-urban ecosystem.
Professor Peter Waterhouse, one of the world's leading discovery researchers, has received $2.7 million in vital ARC funding to overcome a key barrier to future-proofing the world’s crops.
A 333 million-year-old fossil discovery has pushed back the date of origin for the first terrestrial vertebrates by two million years, according to a team of scientists that includes evolutionary biologist Dr Matthew Phillips.
Our research aims to tackle real-world challenges that affect the safety and security of all Australians, by investigating and solving problems ranging from food security to climate change-related environmental issues.
We're improving the disease resistance, stress tolerance and nutritional status of a range of crops through our strength in plant biotechnology.
We have also achieved insights into the importance of volcanic eruptions to biomigration, and our researchers are investigating the ecology of the Great Barrier Reef hard corals. We are examining the status of global water resources, and we have discovered a new marsupial species.
A number of our expert researchers are delivering capability into the multidisciplinary teams at QUT's Institute for Future Environments (IFE), exploring issues like feeding the world's booming population, managing scarce natural resources, and reducing our carbon footprint.
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