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.
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.
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 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.
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 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.