Indigenous elder Aunty Margaret, left, UQ Pro Vice-Chancellor (Indigenous Education) Professor Cindy Shannon and indigenous scholarship winner Taylah Gerloff.

Swimming with the fishes has just become a whole lot easier for University of Queensland Indigenous Science Scholarship winner Taylah Gerloff.

13 May 2014

Why are humans the peculiar creatures that we are? How did we become so different from other animals? How, in fact, are we different?

5 November 2013

While most Queenslanders are all too aware of the impact natural disasters can have on their lives and the community, new research being carried out at The University of Queensland’s School of Social Science aims to investigate the specific impact...

14 October 2013

Creativity and genius are commonly seen as attributes of an individual, but new research indicates the role played by the surrounding group may be just as important.

3 October 2013
Professor Maree Smith . . . has two game-changing pain therapies close to being available on the global market

A vaccine against cervical cancer, a global parenting program, new forms of pain relief, better yielding crops and improved medical imaging are some of many high-impact outcomes of University of Queensland research.

19 September 2013

Three University of Queensland media experts bring to light the ways individuals’ lives are invaded in the digital age in a documentary focused on surveillance issues that WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange raises.

16 September 2013

Conservatives are happier than liberals because of their strong ties to a large network of social groups, according to a study from The University of Queensland.

11 February 2013

The University of Queensland’s Institute for Social Science Research (ISSR) is seeking two research fellows to join its policy analysis and sustainability programs.

13 November 2012

The University of Queensland’s Dr Nicole George and Dr Andrew Phillips from the School of Political Science and International Studies have received awards in the Discovery Early Career Researcher Award (DECRA) Scheme.

8 November 2012
Ann Peterson (centre) with Sandy Williams, David Neil, Dominic McGrath, Deidre Seeto and Lynda Petherick

More than 30,000 University of Queensland students have completed an online academic integrity program, which raises awareness of academic misconduct and explains how to correctly cite information.

31 October 2012
Founder of the Triple P – Positive Parenting Program, Professor Matt Sanders.

Parents and caregivers of children with disabilities experience more stress, worry and depression than parents of typically developing children.

17 October 2012
Carved female figure, before 1950, 240 x 30 x 35cm, wood, sago plant fibre, store bought paint
Morobe province, Papua New Guinea

An exhibition exploring the colour 'red' marks the opening of an exciting new gallery space for The University of Queensland’s Anthropology Museum.

1 August 2012

Researchers from UQ’s Queensland Centre for Mothers & Babies are concerned about recent messages that parents should never sleep in the same bed as their babies.

10 July 2012

Stargazers are reminded of tomorrow's once-in-a-lifetime chance to observe a rare astronomical phenomenon — the planet Venus passing across the face of the Sun.

5 June 2012

Despite our inclination to believe equality within a team or group is important, new research suggests that a built-in hierarchy leads to fewer group conflicts and higher productivity.

24 May 2012
Renee Zahnow and Andrew Clarke have both won School of Social Science prizes for their Honours theses

University of Queensland Institute for Social Science Research (ISSR), assistants Renee Zahnow and Andrew Clarke have both won School of Social Science prizes for their Honours theses.

21 March 2012

UQ students and members of the wider community are currently being recruited for a unique archaeological fieldwork experience taking place in Africa in July.

13 March 2012
The Harvard World Model United Nations (WorldMUN) conference

The University of Queensland will be represented by a delegation attending the Harvard World Model United Nations (WorldMUN) conference in March this year.

5 March 2012

MUCH of the formal interaction between international aid agencies and local officials in countries where they work can be seen as “performance”, according to new research published by a University of Queensland anthropology lecturer.

29 February 2012

Queensland mums who received continuity of carer during their pregnancy, labour and birth have the highest rates of satisfaction according to work by UQ’s Queensland Centre for Mothers & Babies (QCMB).

7 February 2012