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NASA Jet Propulsion Lab
NASA's Jet Propulsion Lab (JPL) is working closely with QUT planetary science and visualisation experts as a part of the Mars 2020 mission's Planetary Instrument for X-ray Lithochemistry (PIXL) team.Read more about the mission to Mars
For more than two decades, QUT and Boeing have partnered to create the next generation of leaders, experts, research and development in aerospace aviation. Our longstanding relationship has seen millions invested in detecting and avoiding challenges and supporting future avionics professionals.
Industry leaders in STEM
Each year, we partner with more than 30 leading organisations - including ARUP, Lendlease, Queensland Rail and Telstra - to deliver our Power of Engineering high school event to inspire females in STEM.Read more about our speed-networking event
By partnering with QUT, predictive maintenance company DINGO improved the scale and impact of its predictive maintenance capability within months. DINGO is the world leader in providing predictive maintenance solutions to asset-intensive industries.Watch the video
Sumitomo Electric Industries
Sumitomo Electric Industries partners with QUT in a $7.5 million research project to establish a pilot plant producing hydrogen from renewable energy. QUT leads the project with $3.35 million from Australian Renewable Energy Agency (ARENA) funding as well as financial and in-kind support from industry and university project partners.QUT leads new hydrogen power plant
Defence Materials Technology Centre
Associate Professor Geoffrey Will is collaborating with the Defence Materials Technology Centre (DMTC) on the SE 5000 Future Frigate program, which will create a future class of frigates for the Australian Navy. His research will contribute to best practice in maintenance, monitoring and modelling for lowest cost and highest operational availability.
A new QUT-led study has found wild jaguars in the Amazon can cope with climate extremes in the short-term, but numbers will rapidly decline if weather events increase in frequency, diminishing sources of food.
After leading and growing QUT’s STEM Widening Participation program for eight years, Maria Barrett decided she wanted to do something special to inspire and support students from disadvantaged backgrounds to continue their science studies through to university.