A material used in running shoes and memory foam pillows has inspired the design of a 3D-printed product that could help protect buildings from collision damage and other high impact forces, equivalent to a car travelling at 60km/hr.
World-leading technology has landed in Mackay, bringing Queensland one step closer to a $1 billion sustainable, export-oriented industrial biotechnology and bioproducts sector.
Global medical technology group Stryker will establish its first Australian research and development (R&D) facility in Queensland, thanks to support from the Queensland Government, QUT and The University of Queensland.
QUT researchers received $745,623 to develop a new tool for earlier diagnosis of high-risk atheroma, a build-up of plaque in arteries that can lead to acute cardiovascular diseases such as heart attack or stroke.
QUT’s Future You STEM Summit is hitting the road for the first time to make it easier for regional Year 11 and 12 students to be part of the popular annual event and work together to solve real world challenges with a health focus.
The Cherbourg community has partnered with QUT landscape architecture lecturer Alayna Renata and students, Sam Davis, Briana Macqueen and Grace Gaston to design Yarning at Wakka Wakka – the town’s first community-owned gathering space.