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QUT Science and Engineering Kindler Medallists announced

13-01-2017 Two high-achieving mechanical engineering graduates, Bruce Fernandes and Olivia Hutchinson have been awarded the prestigious Kindler Medal. Olivia and Bruce each exhibited a distinguished record of achievement, demonstrated leadership and performance, as well as student and community engagement throughout the whole of the degree program. Both medallists participated in professional development and networking events, were mentored by an academic in their field, and both spent time volunteering overseas as part of their studies.

High praise for excellence in learning programs at QUT

13-01-2017 QUT's STIMulate program has been recognised for education excellence and delivering outstanding learning programs after recently receiving three prestigious awards:

QUT's Professor Guy Gable recipient of Association for Information Systems (AIS) Fellow Award

13-01-2017 Professor Guy G. Gable (Ph.D.Bradford, MBA Ivey, B.Comm. Alberta) heads the Research-Systems Research Programme http://www.methodsthinking.com, Information Systems School, Queensland University of Technology (QUT), Australia. He migrated from Canada (Arthur Young) to Sydney Australia (PWC) in 1983, joined the National University of Singapore in 1986, then QUT in 1994. A Fellow is expected to have made significant global contributions to the information systems discipline as well as outstanding local contributions in the context of their country and region (for more see www.aisnet.org). Notably, as an AIS Fellow, Gable joins the 167 member AIS College of Senior Scholars, an influential forum for discussion on important issues of relevance to the IS discipline.

Have serious fun with physics!

04-01-2017 It’s a textbook case of putting the fun back into physics.

2016 in news: top stories from QUT Media

22-12-2016 Thanks for keeping up with news from QUT throughout 2016. We’ve enjoyed sharing QUT’s innovative research and activities, including new technologies to boost conservation, colourful events celebrating creativity and world-leading studies that reveal new insights into our brains and behaviours.

2016 in pictures - top photos from QUT Media

21-12-2016 If a picture is worth a thousand words, then QUT Media has produced at least a few novels this year. We’ve collected our favourite 2016 photos from the QUT Media library. We hope you enjoy them as much as we do.

Therapy to prevent failure of 3D printed body parts discovered

20-12-2016 A key physiological process holding back the successful integration of 3D printed replacement body parts for many patients has been discovered by a team of biomedical scientists. 

You beauty, Bruce! Bonza robo-boat takes safety mission to Hawaii

15-12-2016 The future of maritime emergency response could look a lot like Bruce.

Hands-free just as distracting as handheld mobile phone use behind the wheel

13-12-2016 Talking hands-free on a mobile phone while driving is just as distracting as a conversation using a hand-held phone, despite one being illegal and the other not, a QUT road safety study has found.

Free physics fun at The Cube these school holidays

13-12-2016 It's free, it's fun and it's taking over The Cube at QUT these school holidays.

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