Disease-causing bacterium ... being targeted by Professor Walker

The University of Queensland’s Professor Mark Walker is among 20 researchers recognised at the National Health and Medical Council Research Excellence Awards.

11 June 2014

A collaborative research project aimed at discovering a drug to treat a highly resistant form of breast cancer is one of two projects given the green light by the Queensland Emory Development (QED) Alliance.

7 November 2013

Leading pain research innovator, University of Queensland’s (UQ) Professor Maree Smith, has received a 2012 Life Sciences Queensland Industry Award for Excellence.

7 November 2012
Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Research) Professor Max Lu

The University of Queensland will receive $33.32 million in federal government research funding through 94 successful Australian Research Council Discovery Projects grants announced yesterday.

26 October 2010

UQ staff and students with entrepreneurial ideas or early stage research projects are encouraged to enter UniQuest’s annual Trailblazer competition, which offers $40,000 in cash prizes.

23 April 2009

Queensland is set to become a global leader in drug development, thanks to State Government funding of a $1.73M University of Queensland project to move medicines into the market more quickly.

11 April 2006

The University of Queensland’s commercial arm, UniQuest Pty Ltd, is creating a new company, Neurotide Pty Ltd, to develop the next generation of pain killers.

16 November 2004

A University of Queensland researcher is challenging the view “if it ain’t broke don’t fix it” in the world of many everyday products – and in the process has won a prestigious UQ Foundation Research Excellence Award.

24 September 2004

A University of Queensland researcher is challenging the notion of “if it ain’t broke don’t fix it” in the world of many everyday products.

22 July 2004

Work by a University of Queensland researcher will make the trip to the doctor for a prostate cancer check a lot more appealing for men.

17 June 2004

The University of Queensland stands to be at the forefront of drug development with the announcement of funding for Australia’s first integrated preclinical testing facility.

8 June 2004

A group of trailblazing University of Queensland staff and students have each been awarded $8000 to help develop their innovative research.

19 November 2003

University of Queensland (UQ) researchers will share in more than $34 million in funding as part of the latest round of National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) program grants scheme.

19 June 2003

The need to take medicines such as insulin and vaccines by injection could soon be a thing of the past, thanks to advanced research at the University of Queensland.

17 October 2002