Associate Professor Christine Wells ... "making good quality data available, easy to use and shareable ... can lead to major discoveries".

Associate Professor Christine Wells from The University of Queensland has won a $50,000 prize for leadership in stem cell research.

13 May 2015
The 3.275 megawatt array is built on a 10ha former airstrip

Sunshine is being turned into energy and knowledge at The University of Queensland’s Gatton campus, where the state’s largest solar array was switched on today.

27 March 2015
Professor Sarah Springman CBE will present this year’s Seymour Whyte Distinguished Lecture for Women in Civil Engineering on Friday, 31 October.

The challenges facing women in the male-dominated field of engineering are the focus of a recent partnership between The University of Queensland and construction industry leader, Seymour Whyte.

31 October 2014
ilab Germinate 2012 graduate Mr Calvin Kowald from Ample Entertainment.

Budding entrepreneurs can grow their business ideas from seed, with ilab’s intensive three-month ilab Germinate 6 program, which includes up to $20,000 in funding.

1 October 2014

Australia’s SCRAMSPACE hypersonic scramjet did not launch today, but may launch tomorrow.

16 September 2013

Australia’s SCRAMSPACE hypersonic scramjet could launch as early as Monday, with ideal weather conditions predicted.

15 September 2013
Brad Sharp, Dr Melrose Brown and Dr Michael Creagh from the SCRAMSPACE team work to finalise the payload for the upcoming launch. Credit: Donald Cook.

The six-day window to launch Australia’s SCRAMSPACE hypersonic scramjet begins on Sunday, meaning the research flight could launch any day in the week following.

12 September 2013
Dr Melrose Brown is satisfied that the carbon composite fins made the journey to Norway undamaged.

Australia’s hypersonic scramjet has arrived safe in Norway, where the team will prepare it for its 8600km/h “hypersonic swan-dive” from the edge of space.

5 September 2013
SCRAMSPACE Director Professor Russell Boyce and Technical Lead Dr Sandy Tirtey.

Australia’s hypersonic scramjet takes its first flight this week, but at a pace far slower than the eight times the speed of sound it is set to achieve in September.

28 August 2013

The University of Queensland will lead a $14 million international consortium to develop scramjet-based access-to-space systems, flying an autonomous scramjet vehicle at eight times the speed of sound – Mach 8, or 8600 km/h.

27 February 2010

Italy, a key nation in aerospace research, has signalled its intention to collaborate more closely on hypersonics research with The University of Queensland (UQ), Australia.

25 May 2009