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3D printing to help deliver life-saving treatment for breast cancer

17-07-2017 World-leading personalised medicine research combining regeneration and chemotherapy is being led by QUT’s Distinguished Professor Dietmar W Hutmacher.

QUT welcomes Federal Environment and Energy Minister

13-07-2017 Federal Environment and Energy Minister Josh Frydenberg was guest speaker at QUT’s Vice-Chancellor Forum yesterday.

QUT News & Events Wrap – July 10 edition

10-07-2017 Welcome to QUT's weekly round-up of news and events. For more updates as they happen, join 16,672 followers of @QUTmedia on Twitter.  To subscribe to this wrap, please email media@qut.edu.au.

Robotics leader named a Superstar of STEM

07-07-2017 She already leads a national team of roboticists giving robots the gift of sight - now Dr Sue Keay will be a mentor and role model for young women in STEM across Australia. 

QUT develops golden bananas high in pro-vitamin A

07-07-2017 World-first QUT research that has produced a golden-orange fleshed banana, rich in pro-vitamin A, has been published today in the prestigious Plant Biotechnology Journal.

QUT has the ‘droids’ the car industry’s looking for

06-07-2017 The sharp minds that will shape the future of driverless cars converged on QUT for a robot race that could influence the development of autonomous technologies.

First ever level crossing safety university scholarship awarded

03-07-2017 In an Australian-first, the TrackSAFE Foundation and Rail Manufacturing CRC have awarded two QUT PhD students level crossing safety internships.

QUT News & Events Wrap – July 3 edition

03-07-2017 Welcome to QUT's weekly round-up of news and events. For more updates as they happen, join 16,549 followers of @QUTmedia on Twitter.  To subscribe to this wrap, please email media@qut.edu.au.

QUT News & Events Wrap – June 26 edition

26-06-2017 Welcome to QUT's weekly round-up of news and events. For more updates as they happen, join 16,474 followers of @QUTmedia on Twitter.  To subscribe to this wrap, please email media@qut.edu.au.

Surgeons make mistakes and would welcome robotic help: QUT study

22-06-2017 A team of QUT biologists, roboticists and surgeons are building robotic tools to help orthopaedic surgeons avoid unintended damage while performing knee arthroscopies. In this Conversation article, Dr Anjali Jaiprakash and Professors Jonathan Roberts and Ross Crawford explore the difficulties surrounding this common procedure and the willingness of surgeons to accept robotic help.

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