Digital technology didn’t kill media but gave it new life: QUT researcher

The past 20 years have seen some global media companies crumble in the face of digital disruption, but many have survived and thrived, says a QUT media studies expert who argues against common misconceptions on the impact of the internet.

Digital technology didn’t kill media but gave it new life: QUT researcher

The past 20 years have seen some global media companies crumble in the face of digital disruption, but many have survived and thrived, says a QUT media studies expert who argues against common misconceptions on the impact of the internet.

Sweet work: How better hive design can help keep bees warm

New QUT research has identified just how much work honey bees put into keeping their beehives a balmy 35 degrees year-round – and how changes to hive design and better beekeeping practices could save them valuable time and energy.

DMRC Indigenous Research Seminar

This seminar is focused on sharing Indigenous journeys in research, universities and the online space, particularly Blak social media.

QUT offers perfect breeding ground for singer/songwriter on the rise

Study music at QUT and your chances to break into the industry will be boosted by world-class recording facilities, mentoring from the best in the business and a rich pool of creative collaborators. Just ask rising star and pop-folk artist Tessa Fleur who released her second single today.

2021 Digital Publics Symposium

The 2021 symposium of the Digital Publics programme presents the latest work by researchers in the QUT Digital Media Research Centre that tackles these information disorders.