Everyone needs a will but how we make one is changing: QUT research

Education on will making should start in schools and be taught hand in hand with financial literacy according to QUT researchers who also examine the growing role of ‘smart’ technologies in the process.

QUT Global Law, Science and Technology Seminar Series 2022 - Episode 4

Driving Transformation – A Governance Frame for Critical Corporate Actors

FREE SEMINAR: QUT Global Law, Science and Technology - Episode 5

Gendered impacts during the COVID-19 pandemic: Women’s experience of food insecurity and risk-taking behavior in Myanmar, Papua New Guinea, and the Philippines.

Participants wanted for real-world research tackling the big questions

QUT has launched a ‘participate in research’ platform to invite people to take part in projects that will help address real-world challenges in areas including health, sustainability, road safety, education, ageing and new technologies, including automated vehicles and better beds.

QUT research focuses on a low-carbon future

QUT’s commitment to a low-carbon future, highlighted in Sustainability Week in August, is reflected by its investment in several key research projects that cover the spectrum from the discovery of new energy resources to energy production and storage as we transition from the fossil-fuel era.

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.