NIF Facility Fellow Dr Karine Mardon with the Positron Emission Tomography/Computed Tomography (PET/CT) hosted at the Centre for Advanced Imaging.

University of Queensland researchers will share in a $53 million funding windfall to support imaging infrastructure that allows experts to better understand the human body and the world around us.

15 June 2018
Screen grab of the online Introduction to Biomedical Imaging BIOIMG101x course.

Learning about brain scans and other biomedical imaging tools is now free to anyone anywhere who has access to a computer and the internet.

3 April 2014
The Science of Everyday Thinking

More than 70,000 people from around the world have signed up for The University of Queensland’s first free online course, due to start on Monday 3 March.

28 February 2014

Have you ever wanted to dive into tropical reef research with a world-renowned marine scientist? Maybe travelling many times faster than the speed of sound interests you more?

21 May 2013
Understanding the physics of magnetic resonance imaging will be a core subject of the new Master of Molecular Imaging

In an Australian first, The University of Queensland will collaborate with the University of Sydney and the National University of Singapore to offer a new Master of Molecular Imaging in 2012.

29 August 2011

The University of Queensland leads an Australian research team that will help usher in the age of personalised medicine, following announcement of $40.2 million by the Deputy Prime Minister, Julia Gillard, today.

12 June 2010

UQ’s cutting edge technology has expanded with the acquisition of an Australian first animal scanner system, part of a new National Imaging Facility (NIF).

1 October 2008

The Southern Hemisphere’s most powerful Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) scanner will arrive in Brisbane tomorrow (Thursday, January 22) for a project involving The University of Queensland.

22 January 2003

The University of Queensland's Educational Multimedia Services (EMS), has won the award for Best Teaching and Learning Package - Tertiary, at The Australian Awards for Excellence in Educational Publishing.

5 July 2001

University of Queensland scientists have produced ground-breaking 3D images showing brain tissue loss in people with Alzheimer's disease.

16 June 1999