The University of Queensland's (UQ) Professor Penelope Sanderson has received the highest possible honour in the field of human factors and ergonomics education.

18 December 2012

The University of Queensland and Australia were among world leaders in space plane and hypersonics research at a conference in France last week.

5 October 2012

The University of Queensland is spending $3.9 million on upgrading AV equipment in lecture theatres across the University.

28 September 2012
Michael Kehoe, UQ final year student of the School of Information Technology and Electrical Engineering. Pictured with his final year thesis project, a satellite that uses Android mobile phone technology as its on-board computer. Michael has recently completed a five week-internship with NASA. He has built a phonesat that will be launched by NASA into space on November 25.

A University of Queensland staff member is sending a satellite into space more powerful than the Curiosity Rover which recently landed on Mars.

27 September 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

Scientists have taken a quantum leap forward towards future computing after discovering that ‘background interference’ in quantum-level measurements, may be the very thing they need to unlock the potential of quantum computing.

10 August 2012
The SCRAMSPACE team and scramjet (half-scale rapid prototype)

It’s all systems go for the experimental SCRAMSPACE scramjet flight, which passed its Critical Design Review in Brisbane recently.

11 July 2012

Wikipedia is playing a growing role in academia at The University of Queensland, with students researching and writing high-quality articles for the online encyclopedia.

11 July 2012

A $50 million Federal Government project that aims to transform the storage of research data has revealed the location of its first five nodes — in Sydney, Brisbane, Canberra, Adelaide and Hobart.

29 June 2012

The University of Queensland (UQ) and industry partners recently awarded scholarships developed to attract high achieving young people into the ICT industry in Australia.

6 June 2012

Computers can be used to identify cancer treatment targets that wouldn’t otherwise have been considered, according to research by an Australian team.

8 May 2012
The Transparent Electrodes for Plastic Electronics Research Cluster seeks to develop lower-cost flexible optoelectronic solutions that could transform the Australian consumer electronics industry.

A group of leading Australian scientists has come together to develop lower-cost flexible optoelectronic solutions that could transform the Australian consumer electronics industry.

26 April 2012

Fifty years ago, in April 1962, The University of Queensland commissioned the first-ever digital computer in Queensland – a General Electric GE225.

20 April 2012

The University of Queensland (UQ) graduates Mark Cracknell and Nathan Hoad have the World Wide Web at their feet after creating their own social networking site.

7 March 2012