A University of Queensland (UQ)-led study is among the first in the world to systematically assess the amount of carbon stored in tropical forests recovering after controversial land-clearing practices in the Philippines.
A University of Queensland plant scientist has been recognised for his outstanding contribution to grain research in Australia. The Grains Research and Development Corporation (GRDC) presented its Recognising and Rewarding Excellence Award to Professor Mike Bell.
A non-invasive pregnancy test for tigers developed at The University of Queensland has played a key role in the latest tiger cub births at Dreamworld on Queensland’s Gold Coast. UQ reproductive biologist Dr Tamara Keeley analysed the faeces of Dreamworld’s nine-year-old tiger Nika to confirm her two pregnancies last year.
Interested in Research or Study in the U.S.? UQ will be hosting an information session presented by the Australian-American Fulbright Commission about their upcoming 2017 scholarship round at St Lucia on 3 May 2016.