A global scientific leaderboard has ranked researchers at The University of Queensland number one in the Open Science movement.

30 August 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
UQ’s Dr Jason Tangen (centre) with Sergeant Kristine Nedwich and Acting Inspector Duncan McCarthy of the Queensland Police Service Forensic Services Branch

A group of universities and law enforcement agencies has received a funding boost from the Australian Government to train the next generation of forensic experts.

15 June 2018
The winners were announced at a ceremony on Tuesday night.

Projects spanning social welfare, diabetes, climate change and schizophrenia featured at the University of Queensland’s $592,187 Research Week awards last night.

14 September 2016
UQ's top teachers were recognised this week as part of the University's annual Teaching and Learning Week

Outstanding university teachers have been recognised at The University of Queensland’s 2014 Awards for Excellence in Teaching and Learning ceremony this week.

3 November 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
Dr Jason Tangen

The growth of online learning has led a University of Queensland lecturer to question if there is any truth in the statement, “if you can be replaced by a video then you probably should be.”

2 November 2012

UQ undergraduate Sean Murphy has experienced first-hand how exciting scientific discoveries are often made by accident.

29 July 2011
PhD student Matthew Thompson and principal supervisor Dr Jason

University of Queensland student Matthew Thompson is set to study the psychology behind fingerprint identification after being awarded a prestigious Queensland Government Smart Futures PhD Scholarship.

23 June 2009