How will time judge these common forms of household technology?

What items in your home do you think deserve to end up in a museum in 30 years’ time?

29 August 2017
Carl (2nd left) with his ABC colleagues

University of Queensland graduate Carl Smith has been recognised at the 2017 Walkley Awards in the category of Young Journalist of the Year (longform), for his radio series Bionic Bodies.

27 July 2017
Madjedbebe site custodian May Nango and excavation leader Chris Clarkson in the pit. Photo: Dominic O'Brien. Copyright Gundjeihmi Aboriginal Corporation

Aboriginal people have been in Australia for at least 65,000 years – much longer than the 47,000 years believed by some archaeologists.

20 July 2017
Anna John

University of Queensland graduate Anna John has supercharged an international legal career by learning a second language.

19 July 2017
Part of the Wild Australia exhibition: Tamarama Beach, December 1892. Photograph by Kerry & Co. Tyrell Collection: Museum of Applied Arts and Sciences.

Was Meston’s Wild Australia Show of the late nineteenth century a form of exploitation or a vital link between Indigenous Australians and the wider world?

14 July 2017
The gown was purchased from Pikes Menswear store

In 1960 June MacDonald finished her studies at St Mary’s College Ipswich and was heading off to university to continue her education.

14 July 2017
Sir Joh Bjelke-Petersen was Queensland's premier from 1968 to 1987

A satirical and musical interpretation of Sir Joh Bjelke-Petersen’s run for office has come about from a union of two University of Queensland creatives.

3 July 2017

Over two nights, two dramatic Brisbane landmarks will host an immersive double-concert experience.

23 June 2017
London's beloved Borough Market was the scene of a terrorist incident on the weekend. (iStockphoto image)

These UQ experts are available to comment on the latest terrorist incidents in London.

5 June 2017
Many myths about Down syndrome have been debunked

The four decades of scientific contribution of a University of Queensland program towards Down syndrome have been internationally recognised.

22 March 2017
Helen Haenke ... "drew inspiration from the world around her, from what she saw beyond the Rockton window"

The creative life of artist and writer Helen Haenke (1916-1978) was celebrated on Sunday at the historic home Rockton in Ipswich.

17 March 2017

A senior University of Queensland academic has been appointed Executive Director for Humanities and Creative Arts at the Australian Research Council (ARC).

15 March 2017
Participation in exercise is beneficial

A program to better understand the benefits of exercise and sport for young people recovering from bone cancer will soon start at The University of Queensland.

10 March 2017
Inaugural Paula and Tony Kinnane Scholar in Residence Tim Munro. Credit: Joe Mazza.

Three-time Grammy award winner and University of Queensland alumnus Tim Munro is set to return to UQ for a two-week residency thanks to a generous bequest from the late Paula and Tony Kinnane.

23 February 2017
Author of The Birdman's Wife, Melissa Ashley

A “naïve young girl…who defied convention by embarking on a trailblazing expedition” documenting Australia’s wildlife is the subject of a book by a University of Queensland graduate.

10 February 2017
Austrian writer Ilse Aichinger with her twin sister Helga Aichinger

German lecturer Dr Geoff Wilkes has received international recognition for his English translation of iconic wartime novel Die größere Hoffnung (The Greater Hope), by Austrian author Ilse Aichinger.

9 December 2016
Nile de Jonge in UQ's Great Court

Trading in the flying trapeze for the lecture theatre has paid off for this Brisbane former circus performer.

9 December 2016
United Nations flag

A newly appointed Special Adviser to the United Nations Secretary-General will discuss mass atrocity prevention and human rights protection when he visits The University of Queensland next week.

21 October 2016
UQ will offer six new degree programs in 2017.

The foundation degree of choice for Prime Ministers and many other political leaders will be available in Queensland for the first time next year.

19 August 2016
An adult female buried with a small child at her feet. Photo by A. Fairbairn

DNA found in human bones on two Turkish dig sites has shed new light on the ancestry of European farmers, demonstrating a close link between Europe and Asia.

5 August 2016