Continued robust use of coal and broad deployment of clean coal technologies is crucial for Australia’s energy and economic future, according to a multi-disciplinary study released today by The University of Queensland (UQ): “Coal and the...

28 October 2009

University of Queensland research has received a $44 million boost, thanks to funding announced by the Federal Government today.

26 October 2009

Developing a portable screening device for malaria and using mobile phones to diagnose pneumonia are two UQ research projects which today received support from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.

21 October 2009

Innovative student ideas and research projects will be on display for members of the community, school groups and industry representatives at The University of Queensland’s 2009 ITEE Innovation Expo on Thursday October 22.

21 October 2009

UQ Architecture research is taking a fresh approach to a debate which has been raging for centuries – is architecture art or is it a profession?

6 October 2009

The University of Queensland today (Friday, October 2) – one day after the 60th Anniversary of the People’s Republic of China – formalised arrangements to establish a Confucius Institute in partnership with Tianjin University.

2 October 2009

UQ’s Dr Korneel Rabaey will hone his knowledge in wastewater research as he taps into an exciting new way of producing energy-rich biofuels from wastewater and biomass.

24 September 2009
2009 UQ Foundation Research Excellence Award winners

The University of Queensland has paid tribute to its emerging research leaders, awarding $685,000 at the annual UQ Foundation Research Excellence Awards tonight (Tuesday, September 22).

22 September 2009

UQ Architecture students have lent their skills to assist community rebuilding efforts in tsunami-ravaged areas of the Solomon Islands.

16 September 2009

UQ research aimed at better diagnosing breast cancer is just one of 16 projects to be awarded prestigious fellowships by the Australian Government this week.

10 September 2009
Workshop participants and UQ Metallurgical Engineering staff.

Science teachers and pre-service science teachers from across Brisbane and Ipswich are now better equipped to teach minerals-related subjects thanks to a joint initiative between UQ and the Queensland Resources Council (QRC).

31 August 2009
Front L-R: Madeleine Soroka, Isabella Hunt, Michelle Kim
Back L-R: Sharon Sugirtha, Genevieve Sargent

Technology and The University of Queensland have long gone hand in hand, but it is not usually school students who provide the know-how on campus.

26 August 2009

Architecture has gone from design in an office to experimentation and teamwork in a studio at The University of Queensland.

24 August 2009
Professor John Zhu

A University of Queensland researcher has successfully completed a lab-scale test on a new technology which has the potential to revolutionise the way the world views and uses coal.

16 August 2009
Professor Paul Memmott

UQ researchers have teamed up with the Indigenous people of the Myuma Group to identify and develop potential technological applications for Spinifex grass.

16 August 2009

More than 100 students from universities around the world discussed how to respond to climate change when UQ hosted the Universitas 21 Summer School this week.

16 July 2009

A new partnership between The University of Queensland, the Australian Power Institute (API) and Powerlink Queensland is set to energise the future of the State’s power sector.

14 July 2009
Dr Dong Qiu

University of Queensland metals researchers have scooped the pools at a unique science event held on the Gold Coast recently.

8 July 2009

UQ staff and graduates feature prominently in the 2009 list of Australia’s 100 most influential engineers.

25 June 2009
Winning UQ students Alex Ng, Michael Heitzmann and Benjamin
Lindenberger in Paris

A team of students from The University of Queensland has won the inaugural Airbus "Fly Your Ideas" challenge at the Paris-Le Bourget Air Show.

20 June 2009