Researchers installing/retrieving coupons in a Gold Coast sewer

University of Queensland monitoring technology to identify potential odour and corrosion hotspots in urban sewerage networks has been adopted by ASX-listed environmental management technology firm Envirosuite.

4 December 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
(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

An upgrade of one of the largest expansion tube wind tunnels in the world will allow University of Queensland researchers to test larger scale vehicles at up to seven times the speed of sound.

13 November 2019
Rhys Pirie receives his award in Berlin

University of Queensland PhD candidate Rhys Pirie is the first Australian to win Young Innovator of the Year at the world’s premier conference for research and innovation, Falling Walls Berlin.

11 November 2019
From left, UQ's Dr Michael Heitzmann, Mark Butler MP, and UQ's Dr Nasim Amiralian with the ACE-EV electric van.

University of Queensland researchers are developing a new generation of sustainable composite materials designed specifically for electric vehicles.

30 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
Professor Ricky Kwok ... digital literacy is important  for students and teachers

Ricky Kwok’s computer science research career “accidentally” swerved into academic leadership, but the combination of expertise now makes him one of the world’s top e-learning experts.

17 October 2019

Research modelling coastal erosion on Bribie Island has won a University of Queensland civil engineering student the prestigious D.N Foster Award.

16 October 2019
The potential for user applications are numerous

Text analytics software developed by The University of Queensland will be available as a ‘Software as a Service’ product to individual subscribers for the first time.

15 October 2019

More than 1.25 million lives are lost on roads around the world each year – a statistic a University of Queensland-led research team is aiming to tackle using engineering technology.

11 October 2019

The International Panel on Climate Change has used University of Queensland research to update its National Greenhouse Gas Inventories Guideline for the first time in 13 years.

3 October 2019

University of Queensland chemical engineers have developed a new method to analyse the physical characteristics of potato chips in a bid to develop a tastier low-fat snack.

20 September 2019

The ability to determine what’s real and what’s fake online could soon become a little easier thanks to artificial intelligence systems and research developed at The University of Queensland.

19 September 2019

A University of Queensland professor has been ranked among the best civil engineers in the world for his outstanding research.

18 September 2019