Australian Commonwealth Games middle-distance runners Jordan Williamsz and Zoe Buckman will headline Thursday’s UQ Sport 1500m Classic at The University of Queensland.

30 October 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
The 2017 UQ Sport 1500m Classic

Australian middle-distance runners UQ alumnus Brittany McGowan and Jordan Williamsz will return to The University of Queensland tomorrow to defend their race titles at the 2017 UQ Sport 1500m Classic.

1 November 2017

The University of Queensland has recognised staff members and teams in the 2017 UQ Awards for Excellence.

7 June 2017
Ethiopian technicians at the Melkassa Research Station making breeding crosses between sorghum lines. Photo: Professor David Jordan.

The University of Queensland’s expertise in plant breeding has been recognised by a $3.8M grant from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation to evaluate and improve breeding programs in developing countries.

30 June 2016
Dan Rogers, Jordan English, Chief Justice Catherine Holmes, Professor Peter Høj

The future of Australia’s legal profession is bright, based on the sharp young minds honoured for academic achievements and contributions to Australia’s legal services industry at the University of Queensland last night.

19 May 2016
UQ alumnus Virginia Greville is Australia's new Ambassador to Spain

University of Queensland alumnus Virginia Greville has been appointed Australia’s new Ambassador to Spain.

7 May 2015
The Queensland node of the centre will be led by Professor Graeme Hammer from UQ’s Queensland Alliance for Agriculture and Food Innovation.

Queensland scientists will play a key role in a new Australian research centre working to increase major food crop yields. University of Queensland researchers will form the Queensland node of the $22 million Australian Research Council Centre of...

24 October 2014
Dr David Jordan and Dr Emma Mace are part of a Queensland scientific team which has mapped the entire genome sequences of 44 sorghum lines

A consortium of Australian and Chinese researchers has discovered that sorghum, Africa's most widespread crop, contains vastly more genetic variation than previously realised.

28 August 2013

QUEENSLAND Premier Campbell Newman has today announced a $4 million international collaboration to improve sorghum productivity under drought conditions.

12 March 2013

University of Queensland scientists have identified a sorghum gene which could lead to development of more digestible feedstocks for farm animals and much-improved nutrition for some of the world’s poorest nations.

20 February 2013

Visits from a best-selling author, a Nobel prize-winning science writer and more have been made possible by The University of Queensland at this year’s Brisbane Writers Festival.

29 August 2012

Chronic pain relief, the employment aspirations of recently-arrived refugees, urban water use and improved animal production are among new research projects announced today in which The University of Queensland and industry partners will collaborate.

30 June 2012

Internationally renowned experts in international relations, political science and security studies will come together at UQ to mark the 10th anniversary of the Al Qaeda attacks on the United States on September 11, 2001.

23 August 2011

The Global Change Institute small grant recipients for 2010 have been announced and illustrate the breadth and depth of research activities at The University of Queensland.

22 November 2010

Young people are often nagged for spending too much time on computers and other gadgets, but this month their technological skills were challenged and rewarded at a Young ICT Explorers judging event.

16 August 2010

The founder and President of the Arab and Australian Women's Friendship Association, Mrs Nadia Masarweh, will speak on women in the Arab world at The University of Queensland’s Diversity Week celebrations in May.

17 March 2005

The University of Queensland's Library has won a $50,000 national award for its computing help and training service, AskIT.

5 December 2000

Brisbane-based company Advanced Ceramics Development (ACD) has completed commissioning trials on a prototype semi-automated instrument to produce high temperature superconductor powders.

1 December 1997