The chart shows the daily variation - numbers rise rapidly after 7am, plateau between 10 and 2, then fall steadily

The Queensland Centre for Population Research (QCPR) has revealed that the provision of green infrastructure at The University of Queensland's St Lucia campus has had a major impact on the travel behaviour of the University population.

12 December 2011

MBA students have helped to launch a social business which provides marginalised young men with an opportunity to run their own shoe shine operation.

28 November 2011

Pearl farmers in Fiji are set to benefit from the expertise of UQ Business School students. Five MBA students from the school have spent a week in Savusavu, Fiji working with a small group of pearl farmers to help them improve their livelihood.

28 November 2011

The University of Queensland has renewed its focus on sustainability and conservation in order to develop a new generation of environmental experts.

18 November 2011

Fish and other sea creatures will have to travel large distances to survive climate change, international marine scientists have warned.

4 November 2011
UQ staff and students made the most of National Ride to Work Day

Record numbers of staff and students started today in a sustainable way by cycling to UQ on National Ride to Work Day.

12 October 2011

Dr Chris Roelfsema, from the School of Geography, Planning and Environmental Management at UQ, is concerned about the impact the 2011 floods may have on seagrass in Moreton Bay.

28 September 2011
Scopus Young Researcher of the Year Award recipient Associate Professor Wang

The University of Queensland’s Associate Professor Lianzhou Wang has won a Scopus Young Researcher of the Year Award for his work on new nanomaterials for efficient solar energy conversion technology.

22 September 2011

A new water refill station has been installed at the UQ St Lucia campus to raise student and staff awareness of the option to say no to bottled water, and save money.

21 September 2011
2011 Eureka Prize nominee and GCI research fellow John Cook

University of Queensland alumnus Mr John Cook, the creator of and a new appointment to UQ’s Global Change Institute (GCI), has been named as a finalist in the 2011 Australian Museum Eureka Prizes.

24 August 2011
UQ PhD student Justus Deikumah measure the bill-skull length of a Grey-Headed Bristlebill in South-West Ghana as part of his study of the health of birds post rainforest clearing.

The first ever study of the impact of habitat loss on the health and condition of birds in South-West Ghana will be conducted by a PhD student from The University of Queensland’s (UQ) School of Geography Planning and Environmental Management.

28 July 2011

A voracious predator that devours prey larger than itself has been found lurking beneath Queensland’s golden sandy beaches.

28 July 2011
Reefs are naturally highly diverse and resilient

Climate change and acidifying ocean water are likely to have a highly variable impact on the world’s coral reefs in space, time and diversity, according to an international team of coral scientists, including UQ researchers.

21 July 2011
UQ graduate and business sustainability analyst Kristine Dewar

The announcement of the Federal Government's Carbon tax led to an immediate surge of interest in how to reduce carbon emissions, according to business sustainability analyst Kristine Dewar.

21 July 2011

The UQ Solar Array underpins a number of cutting-edge research projects, in diverse fields including physics, engineering, economics and sustainability.

15 July 2011

UQ staff, students, retailers and visitors have played their part in helping TransLink achieve two million sales of go cards since their launch in 2008.

13 July 2011

The University of Queensland is asking staff and students to “take the pledge” to help achieve a more sustainable university.

13 July 2011
Lucy Bechtel (right) with members of The Global Sunrise at UQ

A University of Queensland graduate is playing her part in an ambitious solar energy project in Africa.

12 July 2011

University of Queensland researchers are offering Queensland manufacturing and resource industries practical tools to manage their carbon costs.

7 July 2011
Coral reef monitoring in the Solomon Islands

A multidisciplinary team from The University of Queensland have produced a new book to help promote sustainability in the Solomon Islands.

17 June 2011