The following experts are available to comment on the impact of cyclones and severe weather events such as Cyclone Oma.

19 March 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

Advertising and education campaigns to reduce consumer demand for wildlife products could be more cost effective than trying to catch and punish poachers, a University of Queensland study has found.

4 December 2018

Australian Commonwealth Games middle-distance runners Jordan Williamsz and Zoe Buckman will headline Thursday’s UQ Sport 1500m Classic at The University of Queensland.

30 October 2018

University of Queensland Science Demo Troupe member Sam Cree uses fiery displays and levitating magnets to share the excitement of science with students.

16 July 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 experts are available to comment on the impacts of cyclone activity.

3 April 2018
After more than a century of graduations, Queensland’s largest university is celebrating a major milestone this December: 250,000 graduates.

After more than a century of graduations, Queensland’s largest university is celebrating a major milestone this December: 250,000 graduates.

14 December 2017

The following experts are available to comment on the impacts of tropical cyclone Debbie.

28 March 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
Professor Glenn King

Spiders have helped researchers from Australia and the US discover a new target for irritable bowel syndrome pain.

7 June 2016
UQ's new Laureate Fellows - Professor Alan Rowan, left, and Professor Paul Burn

The University of Queensland has received $24.5 million in the competitive Australian Research Council grants announced in Canberra today, securing a greater share of the pool than any other university.

6 May 2016

Summer holidays always throw up the same dilemma – so many books and not enough summer holiday hours to read them all.

23 December 2015
His Excellency The Honourable Paul de Jersey

Queensland’s Governor features in a distinguished line-up of community and business leaders celebrated in The University of Queensland’s 2015 Alumni Awards.

17 August 2015

University of Queensland Press (UQP) board chair Professor Joanne Wright has clarified UQP’s decision to reject an approach to publish a proposed memoir of former Premier Campbell Newman.

26 February 2015
We’re in a protracted war against superbugs because we’ve overused existing antibiotics: a key weapon against disease.

We’ve heard a lot lately about superbugs – bacteria that are resistant to current antibiotics. But as the threat of superbugs continues to rise, the number of new treatments available has flatlined. This has placed us dangerously close to the edge...

14 January 2015
Ms Julieanne Alroe, Brisbane Airport Corporation CEO and Managing Director.

A globally influential Australian investor, one of the only women in the world to run a privatised airport, and leaders in engineering, diplomatic services and agriculture are among 17 outstanding graduates who will receive The University of...

26 August 2014
The potentially devastating E. coli ST131 superbug

An international study led by The University of Queensland has tracked a potentially devastating multi-drug resistant E. coli strain that is only one gene away from being resistant to almost all antibiotics.

1 April 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
University of Queensland Emeritus Professor Curt Wentrup this week received recognition for scientific excellence from the Australian Academy of Science.

The Australian Academy of Science has lauded University of Queensland Emeritus Professor Curt Wentrup for his outstanding contributions to chemical research.

22 January 2014