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

7 June 2017
Mr Gandhi visited Parliament House in Canberra for a pre-departure briefing with Government leaders, including Greens leader Senator Christine Milne

University of Queensland law student Milan Gandhi is bound for Peru, where he will rub shoulders with world leaders tackling vital issues around climate change.

9 October 2014
Ten years later, Penny Bailey can attach the honorific Dr to her name.

Ten years ago, University of Queensland PhD student Penny Bailey had no idea it would take her a decade before she could attach the honorific Dr to her name.

24 July 2014
IMB student Cindy Bermudez spent her holidays studying plants, bacteria and fungi in an effort to find treatments for infectious diseases.

While many students took a well-earned break over summer, Brisbane woman Cindy Bermudez spent her holidays studying plants, bacteria and fungi in an effort to find treatments for infectious diseases.

4 March 2014
Professor Paul Meredith ... "a game-changing project for Australia"

The University of Queensland has been confirmed as Lead Research Organisation on a $450 million solar farm project to be built in western New South Wales under the Federal Government’s former Solar Flagship Program.

1 August 2013
A piece by artist Robyn Stacey, entitled Ice, is one of the features of the UQ Art Museum's Return to Sender exhibition.

An exhibition featuring 11 artists who left Queensland in the late 1970s and early 1980s, largely in reaction to the political and cultural milieu of the Joh Bjelke-Petersen era, opens at The University of Queensland Art Museum on 16 June 2012.

13 June 2012
Jenny Hall of the UQ Dentistry Library receives an award for the Best Green Office Initiative from Senior Deputy Vice-Chancellor Professor Max Lu. Photo: Stuart Green

The University of Queensland celebrated World Environment Day today by recognising the significant contribution of its greenest offices and labs.

1 June 2012
UQ's Professor Melissa Little, who along with Professor Ian Frazer has been appointed to a new panel which will oversee a 10-year strategic health and medical research plan for the nation

Two University of Queensland researchers have been chosen as part of an expert panel to conduct an independent review on health and medical research in Australia.

27 September 2011

The National Health and Medical Research Council has awarded $5.24 million to a five-year research project that aims to improve mental health treatments for developmentally disabled young people.

9 March 2011

A world expert in using computational science to study disease is joining The University of Queensland's Institute for Molecular Bioscience after receiving a $4 million fellowship to study chemotherapy-resistant ovarian cancers.

4 March 2011

A Queensland Brain Institute researcher is one of only 10 in the country to be honoured in a new publication to highlight the life-saving work conducted by Australia’s top researchers.

14 February 2011

University of Queensland staff, students and alumni have been honoured in the Australia Day awards, featured as Australia Day Ambassadors or became new Australian citizens at ceremonies across the State.

8 February 2011
Crocodile (detail) by unknown artist (1958). Ochres and resin on wood. Collection of The University of Queensland Anthropology Museum

The University of Queensland Art Museum will be swimming with crocodiles, sharks and the odd dugong for its next exhibition, and you’re encouraged to dive in for the experience.

24 August 2010

An international conference to be held at The University of Queensland later this month is set to scrutinise research into complementary medicine (CM) and its role in health care.

2 October 2009

When The University of Queensland attends the careers market in Townsville next month (August 10), students will get the opportunity to find out about study options, scholarship opportunities and what life at university involves.

22 July 2009

A new gene expression analysis platform developed in collaboration between Australian scientists and Invitrogen Corporation to help other researchers understand fundamental aspects of human development has been launched in the US market.

7 November 2008

The University of Queensland’s successful exhibit of Lockhart River Aboriginal art is continuing its international tour with a two-month showing at the University of Virginia.

14 January 2008

Spectacular Indigenous art from far North Queensland has arrived in New York for the latest leg of a UQ Art Museum international tour.

17 October 2007

An exhibition of dramatic photographs of historic architecture and mining infrastructure by a UQ artist will mark the 100th anniversary of Broken Hill officially being declared a city.

21 May 2007

The University of Queensland proudly presents Our Way, Contemporary Aboriginal Art from Lockhart River, the first exhibition to survey the work of the Lockhart River Art Gang.

3 May 2007