Most children recover fully after a concussion, but one in 10 has persistent symptoms

Sleep problems, fatigue and attention difficulties in the weeks after a child’s concussion injury could be a sign of reduced brain function and decreased grey matter.

29 November 2019
 Trauma and infectious disease were the most common single diagnoses in koalas

It’s well known that South East Queensland koalas are doing it tough, and a University of Queensland study sheds new light on the multiple issues afflicting them.

29 November 2019
Rhiannan Bartos, Anna Truffett, Lawrence Rivera, William Topping

Four University of Queensland undergraduate students are set to pursue their dreams after being named as 2020 New Colombo Plan (NCP) scholars.

28 November 2019
Cartier, 1, of Bowen Hills and his mum Jhulan tried out the xylophone today ahead of the fun community morning 8-10am on Saturday.

A family fun morning at The University of Queensland’s St Lucia campus on Saturday will welcome the community to a new “all-abilities” public playground.

28 November 2019

The noise and presence of boats can harm humpback whales’ ability to communicate and socialise, in some cases reducing their communication range by a factor of four.

28 November 2019
Mantis shrimp have four times as many colour receptors as humans do.

University of Queensland scientists have provided new insights into how the tiny brains of mantis shrimp are able to make sense of a breathtaking amount of visual input.

25 November 2019

The University of Queensland has reaffirmed its position as a leading research institution for science and social sciences, with 28 UQ researchers identified as among the world’s most influential scientific minds.

21 November 2019
CSIRO’s Nigel Warren (left) presented Professor Abramson (centre) with the Pearcey Medal, as foundation chairman Wayne Fitzsimmons (right) looked on.

The University of Queensland’s Research Computing Centre director has received a lifetime achievement award for his contribution to Australia’s information and communications technology industry.

20 November 2019

As thousands of wildfires and deforestation escalate in the Amazon rainforest, a team of international scientists has called for governments to enact six key goals to protect the vital wilderness.

20 November 2019
A worker jumps for joy at the Warwick Solar Farm project,

The University of Queensland has won a coveted Australasian Green Gown Award for its commitment to sustainability through the Warwick Solar Farm project in the inaugural 2030 Climate Action category.

19 November 2019

A University of Queensland researcher has been bestowed with the highest honour for achievement in the humanities in Australia.

19 November 2019
Homeward Bound adventurers, from left, Dr Anna Vinkhuyzen, Bianca Das, Dr Emma Kennedy and Hana Starobova.

Five University of Queensland-based scientists will travel by sea to Antarctica this month, after being handpicked for a professional development program.

19 November 2019
The extended major in Western Civilisation will be available via two pathways

The University of Queensland will welcome the first of five cohorts studying an extended major in Western Civilisation next year, following the signing of a philanthropic agreement with the Ramsay Centre for Western Civilisation.

18 November 2019

The University of Queensland commitment to leading research has been recognised again with the Federal government awarding 19 Australian Research Council grants.

15 November 2019

A building designed to host Australia’s native claims courts is on show in Dubai at the world’s largest social impact innovation exhibition

15 November 2019
Two young men smile and joke together as friends.

Scientists have identified the brain circuits that enable fast recognition of emotions such as anger and happiness, providing insights into disorders such as anxiety and psychosis.

15 November 2019

A simple blood test could soon become the latest monitoring tool for the early detection of melanoma in the eye.

15 November 2019
Lemon myrtle and pepperberry scones ? Karen Sheldon Catering

A team of researchers are determined to change the Australian menu and move beyond the cliché meat pies and lamingtons to see distinctive Australian cuisine and food products served up.

14 November 2019
(L-R) Professor Peter Halley, Javan McGuckin, Lilly Van Gilst, Flynn Pearman, Victoria Barnes, James Orman, Professor Vicki Chen.

Five future engineering leaders and problem-solvers have become the first to receive scholarships created by the Andrew N. Liveris Academy for Innovation and Leadership.

14 November 2019

Healthy mangroves can help fight the consequences of climate change on coral reef fisheries, according to a University of Queensland-led study.

13 November 2019
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