World-first trials aimed at eliminating dengue fever are set to begin in Cairns.

25 November 2010
Dow Chair and CEO, Dr Andrew Liveris, and UQ Vice-Chancellor, Professor Paul Greenfield, take questions from the audience at the UQ Centenary Oration.

The Dow Chemical Company Chairman and CEO, Dr Andrew Liveris, has called on Australia to keep more of its natural gas at home to turn into high value, high margin products.

23 November 2010

Between 40 - 57 per cent of women will experience physical or sexual violence by a man at some point in their lives, according to a University of Queensland academic.

22 November 2010

Leading scientists and marine managers have called for a greater national effort to protect vital 1000-kilometre stretches in the middle of Australia’s eastern and western coastlines.

22 November 2010

UQ's Moreton Bay Research Station is inviting the public to celebrate its Open Day - free, family-friendly event - tomorrow, November 20.

19 November 2010

A new malaria study by UQ scientists challenges World Health Organisation guidelines for using DDT chemical spray to kill mosquitoes.

18 November 2010

Now in its second year, The School of Political Science and International Studies’ Annual International Photography Competition has attracted an outstanding field of entries.

17 November 2010

The University of Queensland topped the nation in the prestigious Australian Research Council Future Fellowships announced today, being awarded 31 fellowships worth a total of more than $22 million.

17 November 2010
Dr Lexa Grutter

UQ research has found fish have developed their own mosquito nets in order to get a good night’s sleep.

16 November 2010

UQ’s Master of Development Practice students received a welcome opportunity to speak with industry leaders and to gain valuable internship opportunities at a workshop held on campus recently.

15 November 2010

An international team of physicists, including a scientist based at The University of Queensland, has recently closed an additional "loophole" in a test explaining one of science’s strangest phenomena — quantum entanglement.

15 November 2010
Professor Melissa Little

UQ has received almost $29 million in National Health and Medical Research Council Project Grants - the fourth-largest share of the $447.5 million awarded to institutions across Australia.

12 November 2010
Associate Professor Peer Schenk inspects new algae strains

An Australian biodiesel company and a UQ student research group have teamed up to produce green energy.

12 November 2010

A physicist from The University of Queensland (UQ) has helped make a breakthrough discovery that will turn quantum computers from a theory into a reality.

11 November 2010
An Australian sea lion on Kangaroo Island which will be protected under the Ecology Centre’s Marine Reserve Blueprint

What is believed to be the first science-based blueprint for managing Australia’s oceans has been developed to safeguard marine life and protect economic and social interests.

10 November 2010

A world renowned US relationships expert will discuss factors that predict marital success and distress, at a University of Queensland talk tomorrow.

4 November 2010

Generous giving is paramount for UQ's Faculty of Social and Behavioural Sciences (SBS) to continue to support students from all corners of the world to attend university.

4 November 2010

A comparison of professional university staff in Australia and Asia will be the focus of a travel grant received by UQ’s School of Education Manager Dr Kaye Eldridge.

4 November 2010

A new article in the international scientific journal Conservation Biology shows that Australia’s most endangered species are extremely poorly represented in the nation’s protected area system.

3 November 2010

Researchers from UQ's Faculty of Social and Behavioural Sciences are set to highlight the driving factors behind attrition of university students after winning a $25,000 UQ Teaching and Learning Strategic Grant.

2 November 2010