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Our researchers collaborate on projects in specialised research groups and facilities across disciplines and institutions.

The Natural Edge Project

The Natural Edge Project (TNEP) was a collaborative partnership for research, education, policy development, and strategy for sustainable development, spanning 2002 – 2015.

Next Generation Mungbean

Next Generation Mungbean Research Data

Net Lenses

Using a phenomenographic approach, doctoral research (2000-2004) has revealed that university students have varying ways of experiencing web-based information searching.

Airports of the Future

Airports of the Future Group continues improving operations, security, and experience through collaborative research.

Biofuel Engine Research Facility

Australia\'s largest biofuel production testing facility, specialising in engine performance testing and biofuels emissions testing.

Bayesian Research & Applications Group

BRAG fosters frontier research in Bayesian methodology and computation, and the application of these approaches to real world problems.

SCADA Cyber Security Laboratory

SCADA Cyber Security Laboratory research at QUT

Speech, Audio, Image and Video Technology

We conduct world class research, postgraduate training, industrial consultancy and product development in the areas of speech, audio, image and video technologies.

The Cube3: Designing for Learning in The Cube

This blog describes the adventures of a band of merry researchers as we embark on the third leg of our research journey into The Cube - one of the largest digital interactive learning environments in the world. This leg of our journey investigates how The Cube is being used in higher education. You are welcome to follow – and contribute to - our adventure as it unfolds.

International Laboratory for Air Quality & Health

We are a leader in producing interdisciplinary research into the complex field of air quality and its impact on human health.

Australian ePortfolio Project

The project seeks to build on the work undertaken in the Australian ePortfolio Project by enhancing the use of ePortfolios in Australian universities to benefit individual students, the quality of learning and the value of higher education outcomes, thereby contributing to the competiveness of Australian graduates in a global employment market.

Sustainable Agroecosystems

Managing our soil and water for food and fibre security

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