21-01-2016 New joint research has found that the distance to cancer services may be influencing the treatment intentions of regional Queensland women diagnosed with breast cancer.
23-12-2015 A new research partnership between QUT and Global Road Technology will deliver health and safety benefits for mine sites, regional towns and third-world countries through spray-on, “instant” roads that can make dirt roads as hard-wearing as bitumen.
22-12-2015 Plump ponies, cyberchondria, Mars stars and spectacular robots – if you kept up with the news in 2015, the chances are you saw QUT’s world-class research among the headlines. Here are the top 15 QUT stories that found their way into hearts and living rooms around the world.
21-12-2015 QUT has won two prestigious prizes and had its learning and teaching methods recognised among the world’s most innovative at an international higher education awards ceremony.
16-12-2015 An exciting QUT project to develop sophisticated bio-inks to address the challenge of supplying nutrients and removing waste products from 3D printed replacement body organs, has been funded with a $812,460 ARC Future Fellowship grant to Dr Tim Dargaville.
14-12-2015 Lack of access to sufficient, clean, safe water could contribute to the 10-year average life expectancy gap between people who live in many rural and remote areas and those living metropolitan Australia, a QUT public health engineer says.
07-12-2015 From SimCity to the City of the Gold Coast, planning ahead is paying off for Nicole Willis, who this year became one of the youngest ever Queensland vice-presidents of the Planning Institute of Australia (PIA).
03-12-2015 More than 60 per cent of energy in heavy industry is wasted, making it a prime target for climate action by leaders at Paris 2015, according to Associate Professor Gareth Forde from Queensland University of Technology.
23-11-2015 A virtual classroom that will help Australia's universities create "greener" engineers of the future has opened online.