3D printers that can see and learn to advance manufacture of precision body implants

A 3D printer with “eyes and brains” is being developed to print implants for regenerative medicine to repair damaged and/or lost body tissue.

Sugar overload may be a recipe for long term problems

Children who consume too much sugar could be at greater risk of becoming obese, hyperactive, and cognitively impaired, as adults, according to the results of a new study of mice led by QUT and published by Frontiers in Neuroscience.

Study of Victoria’s assisted dying prospective approval process in practice

Victoria is the first Australian state to enact assisted dying laws and one of only two places in the world where a government department must issue a permit before the patient can receive assisted dying.

‘Commit to Quit’ on World No Tobacco Day

Australia, New Zealand, and the United States governments’ further definitive moves toward the goal of ending tobacco use, are to be celebrated on World No Tobacco Day today, says QUT legal expert on tobacco control Professor Matthew Rimmer.

QUT Giving Day raises $1.2 million

QUT’s 2021 Giving Day has raised more than $1.2 million, thanks to generous QUT alumni, staff and supporters who have backed a range of student scholarships, research projects, and education and community initiatives.

Australia needs transparent COVID-19 triage protocols

Australian doctors need transparent, publicly scrutinised and accessible COVID-19 triage policies to enable them to honour their legal obligations before making sometimes “impossible” decisions in cases where ICUs and hospitals are overwhelmed with critically ill patients.