Research into nuclear medicine, hypersonic vehicles and sustainable agriculture production has seen UQ collaborations with leading Australian industry partners attract almost $6 million in funding from the Federal Government’s Cooperative Research...

24 June 2016
Caption: UQ’s Centre for Advanced Imaging captured these images on its 7 Tesla (T) whole-body Magnetic Resonance Imaging scanner.

The Southern Hemisphere's most powerful body scanner, capable of capturing extremely fine anatomical details, is now operating at The University of Queensland.

12 March 2014

An extended contract agreement with Queensland company EcoBiotics will see University of Queensland scientist Dr Craig Williams continue to support EcoBiotics’ quest to develop new medical therapies from ancient rainforest species.

7 February 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

Neuroscientists at the Queensland Brain Institute (QBI) are astounded at the detail available to them in brain images being generated by UQ’s new Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) spectrometer.

25 March 2007

The University of Queensland is set to enhance its position as a leading centre for magnetic resonance research with the establishment of the Queensland Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Network.

8 July 2005

The University of Queensland recognised some of its best teachers last night at the 2004 awards for Excellence in Teaching, Research Higher Degree Supervision and Enhancement of Student Learning.

16 November 2004

UQ’s Centre for Magnetic Resonance has beaten international competitors to win a $A1 million contract to develop magnetic resonance imaging monitoring equipment for one of the world’s leading manufacturers.

7 February 2002

One of the world's best-equipped laboratories for manufacturing magnetic resonance probes has moved into commercial premises in Brisbane.

15 January 1998

Two University of Queensland academics have been awarded $1.8 million, the only grant made to Queensland under a new Federal Government program to commercialise Australia's "smarts."

3 April 1997