QUT elite athletes win medals at Birmingham Commonwealth Games

QUT elite athletes made significant contributions to the Australian team's haul of medals in Birmingham, with two gold and three silver for gymnast Georgia Godwin, a gold and silver for swimmer Sam Short and two gold for Mitch Larkin at this year's Commonwealth Games.

Virtual lung therapy by smartphone app rivals traditional method

A browser-based smartphone app designed to deliver therapy for people recovering from surgery and those with lung conditions involving overproduction of mucus could replace the more ‘traditional’ hand-held incentive spirometer device.

QUT Open Day is back! Visit us on July 31

QUT will welcome visitors on Sunday, July 31, for the first full, in-person QUT Open Day in three years.

Study shows hay fever & asthma sufferers the when & where of peak pollen allergy

Brisbane’s asthma and hay fever sufferers face multiple major summer-autumn peaks of hyper allergenic grass pollen, while those in Sydney and Canberra have major spring and minor summer pollen peaks, and allergic Melbournites have a single major spring peak to be wary of.

CARRS-Q marks 25 years with digital twin road safety project

QUT will create a digital twin of the RACQ Mobility Centre track that will enable drivers, fitted with augmented reality (AR) headsets, to test drive connected and automated transport systems (CATS) and other future mobility technologies in Australian conditions.

Australia’s politicians live longer than the rest of us

Australian politicians live 3.5 years longer than the average life expectancy of the rest of the population, and their survival advantage is growing.