Our strengths

Centre for Agriculture and the Bioeconomy

We bring together expertise in agriculture and bioeconomy research to help feed the world sustainably and develop cleaner, greener bioproducts from agricultural wastes.

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Centre for Data Science

We draw together diverse capabilities in data science to deliver world-class research, unique training opportunities and active external engagement.

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Centre for Materials Science

Our mission is to design, discover and develop advanced functional materials to solve key technological challenges.

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Centre for Clean Energy Technologies and Practices

We drive the development of sustainable, low-emissions, high-efficiency systems for energy generation, distribution and use within Australia and globally.

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Centre for the Environment

We bring research, government, industry and community together to create real-world solutions to the most pressing environmental challenges.

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Centre for a Waste-Free World

We draw on interdisciplinary scientific knowledge to develop technical solutions in parallel with social science knowledge to catalyse change and business to enhance the circular economy and eliminate waste.

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Our research groups and projects

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Max Planck Queensland Centre

Research from the Max Planck Queensland Centre for the Materials Science of Extracellular Matrices.

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Research news

1 Dec 2022

QUT celebrates $7 million ARC Discovery grants success

QUT is celebrating the success of 17 research teams who have received more than $7 million in ARC Discovery Projects grants.

1 Dec 2022

Biodiversity unbalanced as ice-free Antarctic areas grow

A study into the impact of global warming on the biodiversity of the Antarctic has identified how predicted expansion of ice-free areas will impact native animals and plants, paving the way for the invasion of non-native species in Antarctica.

30 Nov 2022

QUT research capability enhanced with two ARC Linkage Infrastructure grants

Australia’s first advanced high resolution aerosol mass spectrometers and a new physical property measurement system for South-East Queensland will upgrade research capabilities in air quality and health and testing of new materials, thanks to two ARC Linkage Infrastructure Equipment and Facilities grants of more than $1.4 million.

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