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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.

Sustainable Agroecosystems

Managing our soil and water for food and fibre security

GRIDLab

Our research involves an analysis of people and their behaviours, particularly within engaging situations and contexts.

Housing Innovation

Climate change, resource depletion and increasing urbanisation world-wide are driving the continual escalation of the environmental standards to be achieved in the way we design, construct and operate buildings.

Plant Nutrients and Nutrition

Plant Nutrients and Nutrition Research (PNAN) focus area is housed within the Centre for Tropical Crops and Biocommodities (CTCB) and the Institute for Future Environments (IFE) at QUT.

Geotechnical Engineering Research Group

The Geotechnical Engineering Research Group (GERG) at Queensland University of Technology (QUT) is one of leading geotechnical engineering research groups in Australia, driven by reputed academics and industrial partners, clustering local and international expertise. We have proven excellence in experimental, theoretical and applied research that focuses on building knowledge that makes infrastructure safer, reliable, and cost-effective. GERG has diversified state of the art laboratory facilities along with sound capability in numerical modelling and analysis, enabling us to facilitate a broader range of geotechnical applications. Adaption of the technology, creativity and innovation in research, has attracted governmental and industrial involvement for collaborative applied research, eminent consultancy and testing services.

Random Loading Research Group

The Random Loading Research Group (RLRG) within the Science and Engineering Faculty has vastly contributed to mitigate the dangers to the community caused by random loadings through ground breaking research carried out by reputed academics and supported by Australian government and local and international industries. The focuses are on delivering innovative materials, structures, design and technologies that are able to withstand extreme events, such as earthquakes and impacts and blasts, in order to protect human life and lessen economic losses. Our state of the art laboratory facilities along with sound capability in advanced numerical simulations have enabled us to achieve excellence in research and find creative and cost effective solutions to the real world problems.

National Teaching Fellowship Program

This site brings together the outcomes of the research and development work initiated during a National Teaching Fellowship Program, awarded to Professor Wageeh Boles in 2011. The intended major outcome of the program is a shift to an authentic research-based, outcomes-focused approach to learning and teaching demonstrated in the design and evaluation of assessment tasks and a set of teaching and mentoring guides and resources for academics and leaders.

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