A new customised chart can provide better information about a growing fetus

A new way of interpreting information from a low-tech, age-old method used in pregnancy care is expected to more accurately identify potential health issues for mothers and babies.

24 May 2013

Athletes often plunge into cold water to assist recovery after exercise, but there is little research available to explain how the technique works.

7 March 2013
Screening for bacteria just got speedier

Chicken meat and other foods will be able to be screened for bacteria even faster and more effectively than ever, thanks to breakthrough nanobiotechnology research.

14 January 2013
Signing the QED Alliance: (back, from left) Professor David Stephens, Emory; Mr Stephen Sencer, Emory, Professor Max Lu, UQ; Professor Dennis Liotta, Emory; (front) Dr James Wagner, Emory; Professor Peter Høj, UQ, Professor Frank Gannon, QIMR.

An alliance that combines Queensland’s research excellence with the market capabilities of a leading US research university could drive new cancer treatments and infectious disease vaccines to market sooner.

14 December 2012
Professor Zhiguo Yuan

Scientists from UQ’s Advanced Water Management Centre have found a way to curb the cost – and smell – of sewage transportation.

31 October 2012

A University of Queensland invention that will deliver vaccines without the need for needles has struck a significant partnership with US-based pharmaceutical giant Merck, announced today.

9 October 2012

New approaches to cancer treatment and improved nickel mining output were the winning ideas from the grand final of UniQuest’s annual Trailblazer competition held at The University of Queensland on September 4.

10 September 2012

UniQuest has facilitated a research and development contract with US biotech company Viral Genetics, Inc. for University of Queensland (UQ) Associate Professor Ben Hankamer to collaborate on an innovative biofuel production system.

19 June 2012
AIBN Director Professor Peter Gray.

An international collaboration involving the development of next-generation of smart medicines in Brisbane has received a boost, with $485,000 in State Government funding

19 June 2012
Associate Professor Camile Farah of the UQ School of Dentistry.

The University of Queensland School of Dentistry’s Oral Oncology Research Program has secured major grant funding to support new research.

19 June 2012
The Herston Imaging Research Facility is now able to purchase essential imaging machines with funding from the Queensland Government.

A new world-class imaging research facility in Brisbane will provide cutting edge imaging methods to improve the diagnosis and treatment of cancer, mental disorders and neurological diseases associated with ageing.

19 June 2012

Over 2000 University of Queensland students are working with charities, nationally and overseas to raise much needed funds, as part of the Teamwork in Action (TIA) program.

10 May 2012

Two leading Australian research organisations, QIMR and The University of Queensland, today announced a joint research partnership to tackle global problems in infectious diseases research.

15 March 2012
Professor Matt Brown (Director of the UQ Diamantina Institute) talks with Professor Ian Frazer (CEO of the TRI) and Premier Anna Bligh about UQDI’s state-of-the-art genomics facilities

The vision of a specialised centre to better understand and treat head and neck cancers will come to fruition — thanks to $15 million funding from Atlantic Philanthropies, the Queensland Government and the Princess Alexandra Hospital.

9 March 2012

The University of Queensland and Blue Care have teamed up to offer an aged care management course which will up-skill aged care staff to help meet the growing demand for quality aged care in Australia.

6 March 2012
Right hind foot of Rhoetosaurus brownei. Photo: Jay Nair and Dr Steve Salisbury, The University of Queensland.

Research by palaeontologists from The University of Queensland is revealing exciting new insights into one of Australia's most important dinosaur fossils.

6 March 2012

Professor Ian Frazer has been named as one of seven of Australia's new National Living Treasures in Sydney yesterday.

5 March 2012

Researchers at The University of Queensland (UQ) have developed the world’s first non-fermented, multi-strain probiotic milk and juice, which aims to offer more health benefits from consuming fortified juice, milk and other calcium-rich dairy...

16 January 2012

Professor Ian Frazer, who was named Australian of the Year in 2006 for his development of the human papillomavirus (HPV) cervical cancer vaccines, has become one of the most recent members of the Australian Academy of Science, alongside a Nobel...

14 December 2011

Innovation is something Professor Mark Kendall has long valued in his cutting-edge research at The Australian Institute for Bioengineering and Nanotechnology, even if he has not labeled it that way.

12 December 2011