More than 600 student-athletes will represent The University of Queensland as it defends its UniSport Nationals championship this year.

10 April 2019

Women lead the way in 57 University of Queensland Sporting Scholarships awarded to 55 student-athletes, including Olympic, Paralympic and Australian representatives.

15 March 2019
Piñata Farms is a leading pineapple, strawberry and specialty mango producer based in South-East Queensland. (Credit : Piñata Farms)

Leading South-East Queensland agricultural businesses are harvesting some fresh ideas from University of Queensland agribusiness students, while giving them hands-on experience in the industry.

27 September 2018
HYPE Sports Innovation board member Uli Becker, ARIVAL CEO David Turik, ARIVAL founder Matt Coleman, UQ Vice-Chancellor and President Professor Peter Høj

An augmented reality platform that brings fans into the match has won the inaugural HYPE UQ SPIN Accelerator Global Pitch competition held during the Commonwealth Games.

11 April 2018
L-R: Cristina Sheehan (Synchronised Swimming), Liam Adcock (Athletics), Con Foley (Rugby Union), Lakeisha Patterson (Swimming)

Australian Commonwealth Games athletes are among a group of 58 University of Queensland students awarded UQ 2018 Sporting Scholarships.

16 March 2018

Eight UQ student athletes have joined the ranks of the sporting elite after receiving a UQ Blue – The University of Queensland’s highest sporting honour – at the 2017 UQ Blues Awards Dinner.

6 November 2017
UQ’s women’s judo team finished with six medals

UQ has finished fourth overall, and Queensland’s top-ranked university, at the 2017 Australian Uni Games (AUG) on the Gold Coast.

3 October 2017

The University of Queensland has recognised staff members and teams in the 2017 UQ Awards for Excellence.

7 June 2017
Left to right: Breanna Koenen (AFL), Callum Breetzke (Surf Life Saving), Meg Gemmell (Rugby Sevens), and Leo Lark (Weightlifting)

A record 56 University of Queensland students – including five Olympic and Paralympic representatives – have received 2017 UQ Sporting Scholarships.

23 March 2017

The University of Queensland has launched a world-first clinical trial to determine the exact amount of exercise which can reverse the effects of ageing on the brain.

24 October 2016

Statement from Associate Professor Jon Willis, Director and Manager of Academic Programs, UQ Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies Unit.

30 March 2016
Back row, left to right: Dane Bird-Smith (athletics – race walking), Clara Smith (athletics – race walking), Brenden Hall (swimming). Front row, left to right: Gabrielle Simpson (netball), Kobie Donovan (athletics – shot put/javelin)

Rio Olympic hopefuls are among a group of more than 40 University of Queensland students who have received 2016 UQ Sporting Scholarships.

17 March 2016
The national champions ... Nicole Brazier, Edward O'Brien, William Randall and Joshua Roser

Four University of Queensland students will compete in an international business competition in Dubai in April, after notching up UQ’s third consecutive win in a national tournament.

5 February 2016
Conference presenter William Lee, with law school dean Professor Sarah Derrington

Three University of Queensland law students will travel to Myanmar next week to present at the Asia Pro Bono Conference and Legal Ethics Forum.

2 September 2015
UQ’s Dr Katelyn Barney and Dr Chelsea Bond have received National Teaching Fellowships from the Office for Learning and Teaching

Two new University of Queensland researchers will address the under-representation of Indigenous academics in the higher education field, working to close the education gap at universities across Australia.

1 July 2014
Molecular structure of interacting protein molecules involved in plant disease resistance.

A landmark study from The University of Queensland has described the ultimate act of sacrifice and survival, in the plant world.

22 April 2014

For their outstanding service in a range of fields, an inspiring and distinguished group of staff, students and alumni from The University of Queensland community have been honoured in the 2013 Australia Day awards and honours list.

26 January 2013

As sea levels climb, Australia’s coastal wetlands will be increasingly trapped between urban development on land and the rising ocean, imperilling the survival of their unique plants, birds and fish, leading ecologists warned today.

14 January 2013
Moreton Bay Research Station ... one of the new UQ-UWA research collaborations will examine the politics of climate change

Research projects at The University of Western Australia and The University of Queensland and have received a total of more than $425,000 in the second round of UWA-UQ Bilateral Research Collaboration Awards funding.

24 October 2011

Internationally renowned experts in international relations, political science and security studies will come together at UQ to mark the 10th anniversary of the Al Qaeda attacks on the United States on September 11, 2001.

23 August 2011