News and events

Environmental devastation and the power of microbes given artistic expression

A large installation made of sugar will be the centrepiece of a new exhibition focussed on the hidden connections between people and their environment opening at QUT Art Museum on July 5.

Australian-made smart positioning tech to provide big competition

New Australian-made positioning technology based on QUT research is set to compete with global brands in monitoring risk and safety of road bridges, high-rise buildings, dams and other major natural or constructed structures.

Australia & developed nations must share COVID-19 technologies with the world

Australia and other national governments should follow the lead of the United States and share their intellectual property on COVID-19 technology through the World Health Organisation’s COVID-19 Technology Access Pool (C-TAP), says QUT IP law expert Professor Matthew Rimmer.

QUT to lead alternative food research and support food security

QUT will play a leading role in ensuring food security and positioning Australia in new food industries expected to create thousands of jobs with its partnership in two newly funded projects.

Pub talks take science to the people

QUT researcher Dr Emily Bryan will walk into pubs in Brisbane and Darwin this week to discuss male reproductive health, in the name of science and breaking down barriers.

Funding boost for renewable energy systems partnership

A QUT research and industry partnership to boost critical mineral production for renewable energy systems today received a $5.24 million boost from the Federal Government.