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Vanuatu freshwater aquaculture research for a sustainable future

28-03-2017 The Republic of Vanuatu is particularly susceptible to the impacts of climate change, and ranked among the most vulnerable countries in the world to both geological and climate risks. Vanuatu fisheries provide for a sustainable supply of fresh protein, as well as new opportunities for employment and improvements.Senior Research Fellow Dr Satya Nandlal from Queensland University of Technology, an expert in freshwater aquaculture has been granted funding for a project entitled “Freshwater aquaculture trials and governance in Vanuatu.”

Special distinction for QUT Professor – Order of the Star of Italy – Prof. Nunzio Motta

22-03-2017 Professor Nunzio Motta, Principal Research Fellow, Nanotechnology and Molecular Science, has been awarded the Order of the Star of Italy and receives the title of “Knight of the Italian Star” by the Italian Consul.The Order of the Star of Italy rewards the preservation and promotion of national prestige abroad, promoting friendly relations and cooperation with other countries and ties with Italy.

Robots, reef-builders and really fun science – QUT at the World Science Festival

20-03-2017 Don’t just see the world’s first robot to target crown-of-thorns starfish (COTS) – press the button and fire its injection arm yourself at the World Science Festival Brisbane (WSFB)!

QUT News & Events Wrap - March 20 edition

20-03-2017 Welcome to QUT's weekly round-up of news and events. For more updates as they happen, join 15,531 followers of @QUTmedia on Twitter.  To subscribe to this wrap, please email media@qut.edu.au.

QUT News & Events Wrap - March 13 edition

13-03-2017 Welcome to QUT's weekly round-up of news and events. For more updates as they happen, join 15,513 followers of @QUTmedia on Twitter.  To subscribe to this wrap, please email media@qut.edu.au.

Data science applied to mining operations; a very productive partnership with CRC ORE

17-03-2017 At first glance, healthcare, insurance and climate modelling seem to have very little to do with mining operations. The connection is that all these fields use complex data to run their operations. Researchers from Queensland University of Technology are working closely with industry partner CRC ORE on developing a roadmap for the application of advanced data analytics to streamline operational processes in hard rock metal mining. A team of data scientists and mathematicians, applying their collective expertise, is analysing and improving productivity for CRC ORE.

QUT to help transform Australia’s food and transport systems

07-03-2017 QUT will play a key role in shaping the future of Australia’s food and transport industries following today’s announcement of two Cooperative Research Centres (CRC) with a combined value of nearly $444 million.

Partnering for progress – QUT connections addressing world challenges

07-03-2017 Global problems need global solutions.

Growing Australian agriculture through the Internet of Food

07-03-2017 QUT welcomes the $210 million Food Agility CRC announced today by the Minister for Industry, Innovation and Science Senator Arthur Sinodinos.

QUT joins new intelligent transport centre

07-03-2017 QUT will join a new research and development centre designed to deliver better transport systems for Australia, after today’s announcement by the Federal Government of a $55 million grant to establish the iMOVE Collaborative Research Centre.

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