Many myths about Down syndrome have been debunked

The four decades of scientific contribution of a University of Queensland program towards Down syndrome have been internationally recognised.

22 March 2017

University of Queensland research about the growing acceptance of homosexuals in sport has been honoured by the International Society of Olympic Historians (ISOH).

18 July 2016

Research linking The University of Queensland (UQ) and industry partners was recognised at an awards ceremony yesterday.

17 September 2014
Laura-Jane Dunne and Pat Clark, Down Syndrome Ireland CEO at the launch of Latch-On in the Republic of Ireland.

The University of Queensland has taken a significant step in introducing its highly successful literacy program, Latch-On, to the world beyond Australia.

5 March 2012

The University of Queensland, via its commercialisation company, UniQuest, has signed an agreement with the Endeavour Foundation to extend its rights to deliver the innovative Latch-On literacy program for another five years.

2 March 2010
The New Dawn FM team

A pioneering community radio station in Papua New Guinea’s Autonomous Province of Bougainville, New Dawn FM 95.3, has won the UQ School of Journalism and Communication's 2009 Communication and Social Change Award.

22 August 2009

A unique literacy program for young adults with intellectual disabilities called Latch-On is catching on.

25 May 2004

Several well-known sporting identities will discuss the Olympics in the 21st century at an upcoming forum at The University of Queensland.

20 October 2003

A new chapter for a University of Queensland innovative literacy program was officially launched on May 27 at Customs House, 399 Queen Street.

26 May 2003

University of Queensland researchers are looking for volunteers to participate in a new project designed to help young children with Autistic Spectrum Disorder (ASD) and their families.

15 October 2002

UQ Vice-Chancellor Professor John Hay`s address to the National Press Club today.

18 September 2002

Six students recently graduated from Australia's first University-based literacy course for young people with Down syndrome.

17 February 2000

A two-year course at the University of Queensland is enhancing the literacy and Internet skills of young people with Down syndrome.

28 February 1999

Australia's first University-based literacy skills course for young people with Down syndrome has been established by the University of Queensland.

19 March 1998

The University of Queensland-based Co-operative Research Centre for Tropical Plant Pathology is Australia's leading plant pathology research centre, according to an independent review of its operations.

29 September 1997

The Down Syndrome Research Program of the Schonell Special Education Research Centre at the University of Queensland will celebrate its 20th anniversary this weekend

19 September 1997

The Michael Cameron Fund, a trust fund administered by the University of Queensland, supports particular aspects of research conducted by the Schonell Special Education Research Centre relating to parent and family needs in families with a child...

27 August 1997

The University of Queensland's Schonell Special Education Research Centre will celebrate the 20th anniversary of its Down Syndrome Research Program in September.

27 August 1997