Innovation Stories section

Fighting back against superbugs

The growth of superbugs has driven significant research at UQ.

Saving lives by preventing cervical cancer

Two vaccines, Gardasil™ and Cervarix™, are the result of research on papillomavirus virus-like particles, conducted at UQ’s Diamantina Institute, partner i...

Nanopatch offering global impact

The Nanopatch™, a leading needle-free method for delivering vaccines, is another example of UQ-based research that has the potential for significant global impact. Invented by Professor Mark Ken...

Leading the way in food security

Playing an important role in the future of the world’s food security, UQ is a global leader in northern agriculture and food research. As one of the few research-intensive universities in the world located in a subtropical environment, the Uni...
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