UQ attracted the most Australia Awards - Endeavour Fellowships and Scholarships for 2018.

The University of Queensland’s reputation for global student exchange has helped attract 62 Australia Awards – Endeavour Scholarships and Fellowships for 2018, the most of any university in Australia.

16 November 2017
The Nanopatch targets cells in the skin’s outer layers

Efforts to rid the world of polio have taken another significant step, thanks to research led by University of Queensland bioscience experts and funding from the World Health Organisation (WHO).

5 October 2017
The UQ research team - Ms Christiana Agyei, Dr David Muller, Professor Mark Kendall, Dr Germain Fernando and Mr Nick Owens.

Needle-free Nanopatch technology developed at The University of Queensland has been used to successfully deliver an inactivated poliovirus vaccine.

26 February 2016
The Nanopatch was invented at UQ’s Australian Institute for Bioengineering and Nanotechnology (AIBN) by Professor Mark Kendall.

The World Health Organisation’s (WHO) battle against polio has a new weapon after joining forces with Vaxxas, the biotechnology company responsible for developing revolutionary vaccine delivery method the Nanopatch.

17 September 2014

Affordable housing and low-cost dengue vaccines are among seven University of Queensland research projects recognised in the State Government’s latest round of science and innovation grants.

30 July 2014

A new portable tool to detect dengue virus-infected mosquitoes will help reduce the likelihood of human infections around the world.

21 May 2012
PhD student David Muller

A University of Queensland postgraduate student award that comes as the direct result of an occasional glass of beer or wine, a barbecue, a back deck and a good chin wag between neighbours, has been awarded this year for the first time.

9 June 2009

Leaders of five denominations in Queensland will take part in a thanksgiving service to mark the centenary of Gatton College on Saturday, July 19 at 10am.

3 July 1997