Ann Peterson (centre) with Sandy Williams, David Neil, Dominic McGrath, Deidre Seeto and Lynda Petherick

More than 30,000 University of Queensland students have completed an online academic integrity program, which raises awareness of academic misconduct and explains how to correctly cite information.

31 October 2012
AMT Executive Director Professor Peter Taylor accepts the official IOI flag at this year’s closing ceremony held in Lake Garda, Italy, last month. Australia will be hosting next year’s Olympiad, to be held at UQ’s St Lucia campus. (Image courtesy of Daniel Graf)

As the curtain closes on the International Olympiad in Informatics (IOI) 2012 in Lake Garda, Italy, and the world’s best and brightest young computer talents return home with their medals, all eyes are now on Australia – host of next year’s Olympiad.

26 October 2012

The answer to early childhood tooth decay could be just a phone call away, thanks to new research by the University of Queensland and Queensland Health.

2 October 2012
UQ's Shazia Sadiq, Helen Huang and Margaret Mayfield enjoy success at the recent Women in Technology Gala Awards.

The University of Queensland (UQ) academics shone at this year’s Women in Technology (WiT) Gala Awards.

20 September 2012
Mahogany glider.

They may be voted cutest on campus, but some of the critters gaining attention at Gatton are having trouble in the real world.

12 September 2012

Soldering and brazing technologies supplier Nihon Superior has joined forces with The University of Queensland (UQ) to provide a world-class research centre for the manufacture of electronic materials.

23 August 2012
The University of Queensland's Advanced Engineering Building will provide opportunities for research in undergraduate engineering studies.

More than $740 million worth of building projects are in progress across the campuses and properties of The University of Queensland (UQ), with some completion dates set from early 2013.

22 August 2012
Dr Bruce Redman and Caitlin Holding at the 2012 Ekka.

A University of Queensland (UQ) journalism and arts graduate has been named first runner-up in the Ekka Showgirl competition this year.

22 August 2012

An ancient plant isolated in the heart of Australia, more than 1200km from its coastal cousins, is now believed to have arrived inland far more recently than initially thought.

6 August 2012

Food, farming and fashion are just a taste of what five University of Queensland (UQ) students will experience at this year’s Ekka.

6 August 2012

A PhD student from CSIRO and The University of Queensland has found a better way to 'spell check' gene sequences and help biologists better understand the natural world.

16 May 2012
Mother and daughter, Elena Block and Elena Escalante-Block, both study journalism at UQ.

Elena Escalante-Block, 21, doesn’t have to wait for mother’s day to spend time with her mum - she just has to go to uni.

11 May 2012

Undergraduate students from The University of Queensland’s School of Biological Sciences have embarked on a project to document the unique biodiversity that exists in Australia’s coral reefs.

23 April 2012
Catherine Drummond … working in Rwanda at a "unique, transitory time"

UQ students are working around the globe in the midst of important legal, political and diplomatic events, after taking up internships with organisations such as NATO and the United Nations.

23 April 2012

Many of the world's most rare and rich forests, the tropical montane cloud forests, could be all-but obliterated by 2080.

22 March 2012
Renee Zahnow and Andrew Clarke have both won School of Social Science prizes for their Honours theses

University of Queensland Institute for Social Science Research (ISSR), assistants Renee Zahnow and Andrew Clarke have both won School of Social Science prizes for their Honours theses.

21 March 2012
Students travel to Vietnam

A new course is teaching students about the social, urban, rural and environmental issues faced by communities in the Mekong Delta, Vietnam.

5 March 2012
The Harvard World Model United Nations (WorldMUN) conference

The University of Queensland will be represented by a delegation attending the Harvard World Model United Nations (WorldMUN) conference in March this year.

5 March 2012

In response to a world-shortage of graduates with the specific skills to solve complex biological problems in the biotechnology and pharmaceutical industries, The University of Queensland (UQ) has started offering a postgraduate degree in...

18 February 2012
Michael Bradshaw at work. Photograph taken by Mark Crocker.

University of Queensland Emmanuel College Music Scholar Michael Bradshaw began playing piano at the tender age of seven while living with his family in Japan. His parents played instruments and filled the house with music, creating an environment...

25 January 2012