Tackling plastic pollution with a net of law and chemical coding

An innovative proposal to tackle the global plastic pollution crisis with a combination of DNA-like encoding of plastics and international law has been put forward by a transdisciplinary team of QUT researchers.

QUT industry engagement and student employability recognised in national awards

The QUT Design Robotics team has won the Industry Engagement Award in the 2022 Australian Financial Review Higher Education Awards, while the Student Managed Investment Fund (SMIF) was a finalist in the Employability category.

QUT experts available for comment on COP27

The COP27 climate summit, which begins in Egypt this week, will again focus the world’s attention on the global threat from climate change, with nature, food, water, industry decarbonisation and climate adaption identified as key issues.

QUT events focus on cyber security and fraud awareness

Australians lost A$2 billion-plus to scams in 2021, more than double that of 2020 according to the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission’s annual Targeting Scams report.  

Indigenous excellence recognised at Outstanding Alumni Awards

Two leaders in Indigenous music, arts and media have been recognised at QUT's 2022 Outstanding Alumni Awards.

Outstanding achievements among QUT Alumni recognised in awards

Business leaders, entrepreneurs, engineers, community leaders and artists in Queensland have been recognised as leaders in their professions in this year’s QUT Outstanding Alumni Awards.