Dr McDonald-Madden

University of Queensland research is paving the way for better management of our precious natural environment.

1 January 2009
The dengue mosquito, Aedes aegypti

A mosquito-borne virus that each year harms up to 100 million people and kills more than 20,000 is a step closer to being controlled after a breakthrough by Queensland scientists.

1 January 2009
Dr Emma Hutchison

Trauma may be the key to healing the world, according to UQ researcher and Shorncliffe local Dr Emma Hutchison.

23 December 2008

Finding new climate change and clean energy solutions was the focus when a group of chemists from The University of Queensland and National University of Singapore (NUS) converged for a two-day symposium last week.

22 December 2008

UQ archaeology experts have recently hosted a national conference and been singled out for their commitment to research and Indigenous engagement.

22 December 2008

A new exhibit featuring more fossils of the world’s first modern crocodilian, opened this week in Isisford, central-western Queensland.

22 December 2008

Mums and bubs will find a new resource at UQ in 2009, after the Queensland Government chose UQ researchers to lead an important new centre of excellence.

19 December 2008

A University of Queensland journalism student has won a $10,000 scholarship for her reporting of rural news.

18 December 2008

UQ research is uncovering the true cost of how baby turtles make their dash from hatching in the dunes to the relative safety of the ocean.

15 December 2008

University of Queensland research has found one of Australia’s iconic animals is not a shadow of its former self.

11 December 2008

Research conducted at The University of Queensland could contribute to the development of a vaccine and cure for West Nile virus and Dengue fever.

9 December 2008

Students graduating at The University of Queensland today will have the added honour as the last cohort to come under the Faculty of Biological and Chemical Sciences banner.

1 December 2008