Teaching’s night of nights celebrates excellence

The University of Queensland’s annual Teaching and Learning Awards have tonight celebrated excellence, creativity and innovation.

28 October 2019
The award winners at Customs House in Brisbane this evening

Wastewater drug monitoring program provides insight into Australia’s drug consumption

Queensland has some of the highest fentanyl consumption and MDA excretion levels in the country, according to the latest report by The Australian Criminal Intelligence Commission (ACIC).

28 October 2019
UQ’s Faculty of Health and Behavioural Sciences Associate Dean (Research) Professor Christina Lee and ACIC Chief Executive Officer Mr Michael Phelan APM
The award winners at Customs House in Brisbane this evening

The University of Queensland’s annual Teaching and Learning Awards have tonight celebrated excellence, creativity and innovation.

28 October 2019
UQ’s Faculty of Health and Behavioural Sciences Associate Dean (Research) Professor Christina Lee and ACIC Chief Executive Officer Mr Michael Phelan APM

Queensland has some of the highest fentanyl consumption and MDA excretion levels in the country, according to the latest report by The Australian Criminal Intelligence Commission (ACIC).

28 October 2019
Mya Dunn performing a breathing exercise

Queensland’s first cystic fibrosis research program will be established to help improve outcomes for patients living with the life-threatening genetic disorder.

28 October 2019
Team UQ.  Image credit: Rugby Australia and Karen Watson

The University of Queensland has won gold in the 2019 Aon Uni 7s Series final round in Canberra, taking out the champion title.

28 October 2019
Professor Jürgen G?tz

A potential dementia treatment that harnesses ultrasound has received $1 million in funding from a fiercely competitive Australian Government scheme to develop the therapeutic ultrasound industry in Australia.

28 October 2019

Research to unlock the potential of peptides and proteins found in Australian flora and fauna for applications such as the next generation medicines and bio-friendly pesticides will be the focus of a new research centre to be based at The University...

25 October 2019
Man with mask coughing

A new blood test will enable health workers to identify tuberculosis in adults in remote locations in less than an hour.

25 October 2019

Research to help Australian families break the cycle of disadvantage and stop the gap between the ‘haves’ and ‘have-nots’ widening will continue at The University of Queensland.

25 October 2019

University of Queensland engineering researchers have developed a database of building materials to help industry professionals assess the risk of combustible cladding and boost the safety of our homes and workplaces.

25 October 2019

People with mental disorders have a life expectancy up to a decade shorter than the general population, University of Queensland researchers discovered in a joint international study.

25 October 2019

The combined toxicity of 22 of the most common pesticides found in waterways flowing into the Great Barrier Reef is in many cases not meeting pollution reduction targets.

25 October 2019

Impacts of climate change on cities such as flooding, cyclones or heat stress are to be tackled at The University of Queensland’s annual Placemaking Summit.

24 October 2019

The University of Queensland will chase its second Aon Uni 7s Series title at this weekend’s final round in Canberra.

24 October 2019
Professor Neena Mitter and Professor Chien Ming Wang

Two recognised University of Queensland researchers have been named as Fellows of the Australian Academy of Technology and Engineering.

23 October 2019

Brisbane engineer Nicholas Salmon is Queensland’s newest Rhodes Scholar, and will spend next year at Oxford University investigating the most effective ways to produce ‘green’ ammonia for fertiliser or energy.

22 October 2019
Composite photo of the four new AAHMS fellows

The Australian Academy of Health and Medical Sciences has elected four University of Queensland professors as fellows.

22 October 2019
Farmed tilapia, photo WorldFish.

A quick, cost-effective, cloud-based platform, which could solve one of fish farming’s biggest challenges, has received a US$100,000 grant for concept development and testing.

22 October 2019

A rare element discovered in Great Barrier Reef coral skeletons will help scientists understand the environmental history of nearby regions.

21 October 2019

Nearly $2.1 million in funding will go towards helping more than 500 University of Queensland undergraduate students study overseas and realise their ambitions.

18 October 2019

Many males think talking about body dissatisfaction is socially undesirable and associate it with a sense of shame, a University of Queensland study has found.

17 October 2019
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