Rapid precision-scanning technology to speed up medical diagnoses and help address Australia’s shortage of trained pathologists is being developed at the University of Queensland.

8 November 2018

Twelve projects at The University of Queensland will share more than $4.69m in funding from the Federal Government’s Australian Research Council Linkage Project grants announced in Canberra today.

15 June 2018

Research undertaken hand-in-hand with business and industry received a $4.3 million boost at The University of Queensland today, in the latest Australian Research Council Linkage Projects grants.

31 May 2017
Adjunct Professor Mary Mahoney and Chancellor John Story

Adjunct Professor Dr Mary Mahoney AO has concluded her final term as a University of Queensland Senator, after being the first woman to hold the role of Deputy Chancellor.

19 December 2013

University of Queensland (UQ) academics have been awarded the prestigious ICT Research and Development prize for their face-recognition technology that improves the speed and accuracy of identifying faces for law-enforcement at the Asia-Pacific ICT...

15 November 2011

A smile, frown or a bad hair day has been enough to stump even the best face recognition systems in busy public areas, until now.

18 August 2005

A University of Queensland electrical engineer has taken the hassle out of organising international conferences by building computer software that does the work for you.

22 June 2005

Reflective jump suits, magnetic sensors and specialised video cameras are out the window in a new coaching package to perfect golf swings.

18 October 2004

University of Queensland researchers believe they are producing good scientific results with strong commercial potential in a five-year project to detect cervical cancer at early stages.

31 March 1998

University of Queensland researchers believe they are producing good scientific results with strong commercial potential in a five-year project to detect cervical cancer at early stages.

26 March 1998