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Brisbane is pivotal to $250 billion global spatial industry

22-04-2015 Brisbane is one step closer to becoming the capital of the world's $250 billion geospatial technology industry today with the launch of a global summit tackling global issues with big data and spatial technologies.

2015 Arrow Energy QUT Indigenous Scholarships announced

14-04-2015 Three Brisbane QUT students and another from Cairns have been named as the recipients of the 2015 Go Further Indigenous Tertiary Scholarships sponsored by Arrow Energy.

Google Teachers Workshop - Teaching Technology

22-04-2015 Google has granted QUT $10,000, to run a series of Computer Science for High Schools (CS4HS) Teacher Professional Development workshops.

Catch Mother Nature’s third act – expert available on 4 April lunar eclipse

01-04-2015 Australia's nightscape will be bathed in red on Saturday 4 April when we're treated to the third in a rare series of four lunar eclipses, also known as "blood moons".

Leaving BrisVegas via digital departure

30-03-2015 Leaving BrisVegas (Brisbane) just got a whole lot easier thanks to a world-first Digital Departure Card developed in partnership between QUT students and staff, a Brisbane entrepreneur and Brisbane Airport Corporation (BAC).

Collaborate, innovate, or be left behind

30-03-2015 Australia is in danger of being left behind as world economies find better ways to innovate to remain competitive.

2015 QUT Mackay Chemical Process Engineering Camp

21-06-2015 - 26-06-2015 Sixteen students from across Queensland will swap their school uniforms for lab coats and steel capped boots when they converge on Mackay from June 21 to 26 for the annual QUT Chemical Process Engineering Challenge.

Robot revolution will change world of work

24-03-2015 Robots will fundamentally change the shape of the workforce in the next decade but many industries will still need a human touch, a QUT Future of Work Conference has heard.

QUT creating the world’s Airports of the Future

20-03-2015 This airport is shaping the future of air travel yet it doesn't have a runway.

New world-first road safety work zone crash barriers to save lives

17-03-2015 New portable, composite, steel and plastic water filled road safety crash barriers developed by a QUT research team to withstand high speed impact will be manufactured by a Brisbane company and sold worldwide, reducing the severity of accidents and helping to maintain traffic flow.

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