Professor Zhiguo Yuan

Scientists from UQ’s Advanced Water Management Centre have found a way to curb the cost – and smell – of sewage transportation.

31 October 2012

New approaches to cancer treatment and improved nickel mining output were the winning ideas from the grand final of UniQuest’s annual Trailblazer competition held at The University of Queensland on September 4.

10 September 2012
Five entrepreneurial UQ students are attending a four-week summer camp in Korea.

Today, five budding entrepreneurs from The University of Queensland join students from around the world to tackle global challenges together at a Korean summer camp.

2 July 2012
An artist's representation of the Wall House.

The University of Queensland will have a huge presence at the world’s most prestigious architectural showcase, constructing a full-scale building onsite.

5 June 2012

The world's largest mineral processing and geometallurgy research centre has appointed a new Director to guide it through the next stage of strategic development.

6 March 2012
Vice-Chancellor Professor Deborah Terry discussed UQ's suite of biofuels research with the US Navy's Director for Operational Energy, Chris Tindal, and the AIBN director, Professor Peter Gray (right).

THE United States Navy’s Director for Operational Energy today visited The University of Queensland for discussions on UQ’s world-leading biofuels research.

6 February 2012

UQ research that aims to protect crops without incurring long-term environmental damage has won a major award and resulted in a licence agreement.

16 May 2011
University of Queensland students meet His Excellency Mr Jia Qinglin, Chairman of the National Committee, Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference on his arrival at UQ

BRISBANE, AUSTRALIA: Research leading to more sustainable steel production could result from a new agreement signed today by one of the world’s top three steel producers and four Australian universities.

9 April 2011
The team behind the MetalloTek research

A new technology that promotes plant growth at mine sites previously unable to support any vegetation due to heavy metal soil contamination is being trialled by researchers at The University of Queensland (UQ) with financial support from Xstrata...

14 March 2011
Professor Craig Franklin studying crocs in far north Queensland

Professor Craig Franklin has been appointed to the editorial board of the Journal of Experimental Biology, a leading publication in the field of comparative animal physiology.

10 March 2011
Associate Professor Peer Schenk inspects new algae strains

An Australian biodiesel company and a UQ student research group have teamed up to produce green energy.

12 November 2010
Leonie Bowles

When in Spain, do as the Spanish do. It's a principle Leonie Bowles is sticking to, allowing her to immerse herself in the country's history and culture, while learning to speak the language fluently.

13 August 2010

The Queensland Government has worked with UQ to secure a world-first green fuel initiative which could slash greenhouse gas emissions by fuelling planes with algae.

5 May 2010

The general public are being asked to get involved in saving the koala or face a future without Queensland’s faunal emblem.

24 February 2010