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Following her graduation, 2018 QUT Outstanding Alumni Award Winner Tammy Butow secured a job in San Francisco in chaos engineering.

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Final year electrical engineering student Caitlin Nicholas spent a year with Energex, analysing data and using algorithms to identify power outage tweets.

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14 Feb 2020

Mimicking nature for sustainable energy solutions

A QUT researcher is mimicking the sub-microscopic structures and optical properties of natural objects, such as seashells, fish scales and fly eyes, to develop sustainable energy solutions and ways to benefit the environment.

18 Feb 2020

Protecting Australia’s environments needs citizens to get back to nature

World-renowned Australian mammalogist Dr Andrew Baker says getting back to nature could ultimately help us keep governments accountable for environmental policies.

7 Feb 2020

New titanium solar cell is more powerful and less toxic

QUT materials scientist Associate Professor Ziqi Sun is part of an international team that has developed a new solar cell that’s more efficient, cheaper and safer to produce than silicon.


3 March

International Women's Day 2020 - Be Bold, Be Brave and Be the Best

When: 12:00pm - 1:30pm 3rd March

Where: Z1064, Gibson Room, Z Block, Level 10, QUT, Gardens Point campus

13 - 15 March

Startup Weekend: NextGen

Where: QUT Gardens Point campus

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