UQ Professor Mark Kendall with the needle-free vaccine delivery device Nanopatch.

A $15 million investment in a start-up company to advance research and development at UQ's Australian Institute for Bioengineering and Nanotechnology (AIBN) has won the 2012 Best Venture Capital Investment prize.

9 May 2012
Professor Gray (left) with Sir Greg Winter, the renowned British biochemist who developed the world's first fully human antibody

The Australian Institute for Bioengineering and Nanotechnology has hosted British monoclonal antibody pioneer Sir Greg Winter for a lab tour as part of a strategic collaboration with biotechnology company Biosceptre International.

4 April 2012

Researchers from The University of Queensland (UQ) and Korea have combined their expertise in polymer patterning and materials science in a bid to develop new-generation solar cells.

7 March 2012

Researchers at The University of Queensland's Australian Institute for Bioengineering and Nanotechnology are working with colleagues at the Pasteur Institute in Vietnam to progress research in vaccine development for pandemic avian influenza.

15 November 2011

Oliver Squires is keen to make a difference, both in the field of health research and alleviation of world problems such as poverty and climate change.

21 September 2011

Students from Toowong’s Queensland Academy for Science, Mathematics and Technology have seen first-hand how research is conducted in a cutting-edge lab.

19 July 2011

UQ AIBN commercialisation associate Dr Aoife Cullen is one of only five Australians selected for a scholarship to attend an intensive business studies program at Stanford University in Palo Alto, California.

10 July 2011
Associate Professor Stephen Mahler

Australian researchers aim to use a newly-funded collaboration to develop a new generation of cancer treatment, “supercharging” antibodies with a drug delivery vehicle for targeting tumours.

10 July 2011

Researcher Idriss Blakey’s work to bring about earlier detection of diseases such as cancer has had a shot in the arm, with a major award and more than $700,000 in funding.

14 December 2010

Two University of Queensland researchers will drive the translation of stem cell biology into economic benefit through their leadership of new research programs, announced by the Australian Stem Cell Centre today.

23 July 2009

A UQ institute has joined forces with a leading American university to work on research to change the way we live.

16 July 2009

In response to the growing threat of swine flu, a UQ team is applying nanopatch technology to potentially solve the problems associated with vaccinating millions of Australians, thanks to a recently announced government grant.

14 July 2009

The University of Queensland has produced the first Australian batch of a new candidate vaccine against the H1N1 “swine flu” virus.

29 June 2009

Promising new University of Queensland research projects have the potential to revolutionise a diversity of industries, including healthcare, security, chemical, horticulture, energy and electronics.

16 June 2009

Six scientists from The University of Queensland have received Smart Future Fellowships to help further their research into areas such as disease detection and clean energy.

5 June 2009

New drugs, chemicals and surfaces will be the focus of new $30 million facilities at The University of Queensland.

28 May 2009
Dr Matt Trau

Early diagnosis and tailored treatment of disease are the potential outcomes a new centre to be formed in The University of Queensland’s Australian Institute for Bioengineering and Nanotechnology.

18 May 2009

UQ scientists and academics are available for expert comment on the emerging swine flu pandemic. Expertise ranges from the science of virus, to the medical implications, to the tourism and economic implications.

30 April 2009

Five talented Vietnamese researchers will share in a $1 million University of Queensland scholarship package for PhDs in UQ’s leading research institutes.

22 April 2009
Dr Claudia Vickers

A University of Queensland researcher has co-authored a new theory that can help predict how different plant species might respond to climate change, and may enable the production of better stress-resistant crops in the future.

16 April 2009