The first international student has taken part in The University of Queensland's FEAST program to discover career pathways in science and experience University life.

14 July 2011

Genetics can be used to shape plants underground so they absorb water better

11 July 2011

A world-first cattle vaccine based on nanotechnology could provide protection from the Bovine Viral Diarrhoea Virus (BVDV), which costs the Australian cattle industry tens of millions of dollars in lost revenue each year.

5 May 2011

Reducing food wastage and increasing food production in the tropics are two of the keys to solving the glooming global food crisis, according to The University of Queensland’s Professor of Food Security, Michael D’Occhio.

3 May 2011

Queensland scientists are leading an international food security research collaboration that aims to increase crop production by 30 per cent and reduce crop failures for 500,000 African farmers.

21 March 2011
Roslyn Karrasch has come a long way from the 19-year-old who joined the QAC’s typing pool in 1976

Roslyn Karrasch, of Gatton, is one of those rare people who can say with sincerity after 35 years working at the same place: "I've really loved my job and became and remain personal friends with all my bosses."

28 February 2011
Last year’s team from Lockyer District High School placed third in the competition weighing in at 1.43kg.

As high schools across South-East Queensland compete to grow the heaviest sunflower in The University of Queensland’s annual Sunflower Competition the focus will also be on the diverse range of careers available in plant science.

16 February 2011