New ARC Centre uses behavioural economics to spur adoption of beneficial technology

QUT researchers will lead the $6.5 million ARC Training Centre for Behavioural Insights for Technology Adoption (BITA) that aims to accelerate Australians’ adoption of innovation technologies in health, agriculture and cybersecurity.

OECD gearing-up to promote QUT-designed procurement tool internationally

A QUT-developed Procurement Decision Tool could soon save taxpayers around the world billions of dollars on major infrastructure projects with the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) signing a licensing deal.

QUT awarded an Amazon Research Award to improve the capabilities of low-cost robots

QUT has been awarded a US$100,000 grant by the Amazon Research Awards (ARA) to launch a new research program designed to help robot manufacturers develop quality applications at a lower cost leveraging Amazon Web Services (AWS) technology.

QUT students show the real world starts here

Creative industries and business student and aspiring actor Sarah Hesse is one of more than 50 real university students who feature in the new QUT television commercial that has just been unveiled.

VR site tours build interest in construction careers

Hundreds of Queensland high school students have donned VR goggles rather than hard hats to get insights into construction industry careers, thanks to a Virtual Construction Site (VCS) tour developed by QUT lecturer Dr Fiona Lamari.

Anti-androgen therapy may fuel spread of bone tumours in advanced prostate cancer

Anti-androgen therapy is commonly used to treat patients with advanced prostate cancer at stages where the disease has spread to the bones.