City planners get tips on transport planning.

Thai city planners will take their cues from University of Queensland experts, after a team of 29 city administrators from Bangkok visited Brisbane to discuss urban planning methods.

10 July 2014
Global leaders in the field of nanobio will gather at UQ in the coming week.

International leaders in the fields of nanoscience and nanotechnology will gather at the University of Queensland’s St Lucia campus for two of the world’s biggest nanobio conferences in the coming week.

4 July 2014
UQ researchers have developed a new autonomous landing system, which uses visual cues from cameras to control landings.

Bees have inspired development of a new aircraft landing system that is fully independent of outside technology, improving passenger safety by deterring blocking or hacking.

30 June 2014
UQ's award-winning Advanced Engineering Building. Photo: Peter Bennetts

The University of Queensland’s Advanced Engineering Building’s award-winning status was reinforced at the ...

24 June 2014
Professor Stuart Crozier, Professor Simon Biggs and Professor Caroline Crosthwaite

Internationally renowned engineering academic Professor Simon Biggs has been appointed as the new Executive Dean of The University of Queensland Faculty of Engineering, Architecture and Information Technology.

19 June 2014
Siemens' workers prepare Australia's first PET/MRI hybrid scanner to be lowered into UQ's Centre for Clinical Research.

Queensland’s newest world-class research facility celebrated a major milestone at the weekend with the craning-in of three clinical scanners, two of which had been cooled in liquid helium for their journey from Germany.

14 June 2014

University of Queensland researchers are working with Colombian ethnic groups to help them influence government policy-making for the mining sector.

10 June 2014
More than 50 per cent of the new Airbus A350XWB structure, including the fuselage and wings, is made from composite materials

Australian breakthroughs in techniques for welding composite materials are changing the future of aerospace engineering, by cutting aircraft construction time and cost.

2 June 2014

Researchers based in the state recognised as the skin cancer capital of the world have developed revolutionary technology that has the potential to improve the detection and diagnosis of this disease.

28 May 2014

The accolades continue for The University of Queensland’s newest building, with a prestigious green star rating award from the Green Building Council of Australia (GBCA) this week.

16 May 2014
Professor Darren Martin from UQ’s Australian Institute for Bioengineering and Nanotechnology.

Highly-durable extreme-performance plastics and rubbers for use in industries ranging from automotive to construction are now closer to realisation, thanks to a $1 million investment in a Brisbane materials company.

13 May 2014
ParkingMaestro co-founder Mark Schroder said he developed the app with Patrick Acheampong to solve a significant issue he faced while living in Sydney and then in Brisbane.

A smartphone app developed with support from The University of Queensland’s ilab start-up accelerator is set to help motorists avoid parking fines.

8 May 2014
Paul Knittel, left, and Tristan Mathias have made web design a faster process.

If necessity is the mother of invention, then frustration must be its father because that is what drove entrepreneur and University of Queensland engineering student Paul Knittel to develop a visual on-line tool for website designers.

29 April 2014

A conference next week will explore the wide-ranging consequences, issues and opportunities arising from society’s dependence on interactive technology.

28 April 2014
UQ researchers, including Dr Yann Gambin, Dr Nick Ariotti and Dr Kerrie-Ann McMahon, have developed a technique that allows scientists to conduct experiments rapidly and with increased resolution.

A new technique that allows researchers to conduct experiments more rapidly and accurately is giving insights into the workings of proteins important in heart and muscle diseases.

23 April 2014
UQ's Women in Engineering program is attracting record numbers.

The University of Queensland’s Women in Engineering program has cemented its leading position in Australia, with women making up 24.4 per cent of the 2014 undergraduate student intake.

16 April 2014
The UQ-designed unmanned surveillance helicopter.

Surf lifesavers, police, fire fighters and rescue workers across Australia and around the world could benefit from new unmanned surveillance technology developed in Brisbane, after the signing of an agreement today.

14 April 2014
Dr Micheal Creagh, Co-founder CB Aerospace Pty Ltd, Minister Walker, Dr Peter Beasley, Co-founder CB Aerospace Pty Ltd.

Queensland’s ilab technology hot-house has launched its latest batch of entrepreneurs at a graduation event at the University of Queensland.

12 March 2014