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New QUT graduates Jack and Bhosten Savage spent last year studying remotely from two different cities, but yesterday the father and son reunited in Brisbane for their second graduation ceremony this summer.
Years of hard work and goal-chasing will pay off for more than 12,000 new QUT students next week when they start university.
QUT researchers have been awarded more than $1.3 million in Australian Research Council grants to support research endeavours.
Dr Jasmin Martin is giving engineering students first-hand project experience that could guide future research on vision-detection technologies.
Tools into teammates: Australian made automated military vehicle capability with Rheinmetall Defence Australia
QUT is leading major defence projects as part of Rheinmetall’s new research and technology program to develop advanced Australian-made robotics and automated vehicle technologies.
QUT researchers are working to design faster, cheaper, and better ways to conserve food.