QUT and Hastings Deering dig deep on new data partnership

QUT and heavy equipment supplier Hastings Deering have joined forces to advance emerging data science technologies to build better returns for customers, partners, and investors alike.

Australian-made smart positioning tech to provide big competition

New Australian-made positioning technology based on QUT research is set to compete with global brands in monitoring risk and safety of road bridges, high-rise buildings, dams and other major natural or constructed structures.

Science-loving sisters pursue teaching careers to inspire next generation

Sandra Vecchio has embarked on a career as a science teacher at a prominent Brisbane school after graduating the top of her QUT class … and there’ll be a second science teacher in the family soon when sister Kylie also completes her education degree.

QUT robotic researchers teaching Spot new tricks

QUT robotics researchers have a new robotic best friend that is helping with a range of research projects including studying how people and robots can better interact.

Fulbright Scholarship steps up QUT’s work to reduce diabetic amputations

Around 1.8 million Australians have diabetes and more than 4400 endure life-changing foot or leg amputations every year due to their body’s inability to heal foot ulcers. But a QUT PhD researcher is now set to head to the United States to investigate limb-saving healing therapies after being awarded a 2022 Fulbright Scholarship.

QUT grant success to focus on key Australian economic industries and the environment

QUT has received a total of $2,341,395 in Australian Research Council Linkage grants for five projects, matched with a further $3,037,005 cash and in-kind contributions by QUT and Industry partners.