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14 Sep 2021

Three QUT researchers receive prestigious fellowships

Three QUT researchers have received fellowships totalling more than $3.5 million to enable them to work on projects tackling breast rehabilitation, optimising palliative care services and help reduce health inequities for cancer, diabetes and injuries.

6 Sep 2021

Three road safety projects based on innovative technology receive funding

 Three QUT research proposals have received more than $600,000 funding from the Department of Infrastructure, Transport, Regional Development and Communications’ Road Safety Innovation Fund for projects that aim to harness the latest technology to increase safety for cyclists and pedestrians, motorcyclists and automatic car users.

2 Sep 2021

Allergy-causing pollen levels much higher in 2010s than 1990s

Allergy-causing airborne grass pollen concentrations in Brisbane air are now almost three times higher than they were in the 1990s accompanied by an increase in the frequency and proportion of high-extreme grass pollen days.

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