Hallucinations and delusions more common than thought

Hallucinations and delusions in the general population are more common than previously thought.

28 May 2015
Professor John McGrath

Study could explain why ovarian cancer treatments fail

Ovarian cancer cells can lock into survival mode and avoid being destroyed by chemotherapy, an international study reports.

28 May 2015
Survival rates for high-grade serous ovarian cancer patients have not changed significantly in 30 years
Professor John McGrath

Hallucinations and delusions in the general population are more common than previously thought.

28 May 2015
Survival rates for high-grade serous ovarian cancer patients have not changed significantly in 30 years

Ovarian cancer cells can lock into survival mode and avoid being destroyed by chemotherapy, an international study reports.

28 May 2015
Rural doctors want opportunity for professional development and good access to communication technologies.

The shortage of medical practitioners in regional rural and remote areas of Australia continues despite government initiatives.

27 May 2015
A UQ team has identified the elusive bread-quality gene.

Australian farmers can look forward to growing a boutique, high-yield wheat that is adapted to local conditions – and among the best in the world for making bread.

27 May 2015
The ICTE-UQ class behind the ICed-TEa fundraiser

University of Queensland students from eight countries are banding together to raise money to help an Australian organisation beat cancer.

26 May 2015
Dr James Kirby has commenced a new study to examine the link between self-compassion and parenting.

The struggle of parenting is real, but are mothers and fathers making the situation worse by failing to give themselves sufficient credit?

26 May 2015
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Three hundred Brisbane adults aged over 65 years are set to benefit from a $1.3 million joint Burnie Brae Centre and University of Queensland project to boost strength and balance.

26 May 2015

The University of Queensland is assessing community submissions regarding its draft master plan, which was released for public feedback in early April.

26 May 2015

Climate geoengineering may be the only way to save coral reefs from destructive mass bleaching, according to new research involving the University of Queensland.

25 May 2015
The Australian Academy of Science welcomed five new UQ Fellows this week.

The University of Queensland has confirmed its place as a leading institution for science and innovation, with the Australian Academy of Science welcoming five new UQ Fellows today (25 May).

25 May 2015

A “nightmarish” vision of a future in which technology makes physical education more boring, judgmental and narrow is driving a new study by a University of Queensland academic.

25 May 2015

UQ’s Forgan Smith Building will be bathed in red light for the fourth year in a row, to raise awareness of Multiple Sclerosis.

25 May 2015
Community Garden representative Noeleen Warman

The hard work and creativity of a keen group of University of Queensland students have seen an idea bloom into the successful creation of the UQ Gatton Community Garden.

25 May 2015
The traditional herder lifestyle of Mongolia faces many challenges from the boom in mining

Mining provides income and infrastructure to Mongolia, but it also brings drastic social and environmental changes, new research shows.

25 May 2015
Ice bucket.

Bucket-loads of icy water dunked on Australian heads last year has translated into more than a million dollars, enough to pool a team of experts to find treatments for motor neurone disease (MND).

22 May 2015

TEDxUQ returns tomorrow for its third annual installment of sharing “ideas worth spreading” at The University of Queensland.

22 May 2015
Judges described Black and Proud as “dynamic and evocative”.

One chapter closes and another begins for University of Queensland’s Dr Gary Osmond – currently in the news for two of his books.

21 May 2015

The new University of Queensland St Lucia CityCat ferry terminal will open on Monday 25 May.

21 May 2015

Paying close attention to your health as winter approaches could be a matter of life or death, University of Queensland research shows.

21 May 2015
Irritating sensations from the upper respiratory tract are a major driver of excessive coughing.

Cough treatments could change dramatically after the herpes virus helped researchers discover that the respiratory tract links to two different parts of the nervous system.

20 May 2015