Dual gold medallist Lakeisha Patterson. Photo courtesy of Delly Carr - Swimming Australia

University of Queensland students and alumni have combined to win 12 medals at the Gold Coast Commonwealth Games (4-15 April).

18 April 2018
Brenden Hall

Five University of Queensland students and five graduates will be vying for glory at next month’s Gold Coast Commonwealth Games (4-15 April).

28 March 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 CashCow project demonstrated the potential of electronic monitoring of herd performance

Meat & Livestock Australia is funding new research led by The University of Queensland aimed at reducing foetal and calf loss in beef cattle breeding herds across northern Australia.

12 September 2016

University of Queensland PhD graduate Stephanie Sinclair’s research into the effects of dehorning beef cattle has led to a greater understanding of how to best relieve pain and promote faster healing for all breeds of cattle.

20 July 2012

Students from Batchelor Institute of Indigenous Education in the Northern Territory have made history participating in a broadcast technical training workshop at The University of Queensland’s School of Journalism and Communication.

4 May 2010

Pain relief and faster healing for beef cattle that have been dehorned is the aim of a UQ PhD student’s award-winning project.

6 November 2008

Head of School, Professor Lloyd Reeve-Johnson has announced that the School of Veterinary Science has appointed two new Professors bringing the total to three since he was appointed in March last year.

27 February 2006

When Colette Harmsen graduated bachelor of veterinary science from the University of Queensland last year [December 1999], she hardly expected to be spending this Christmas studying elephant seals on Macquarie Island.

19 December 2000

A University of Queensland researcher is part of a collaborative project resulting in the world's first two Barbary Sheep born through artificial insemination (AI).

18 October 1999

First there was one, and now there are six baby koalas - the world's first marsupial offspring born following artificial insemination of their mothers

27 October 1998

University of Queensland Gatton College researchers have developed a prototype of an early warning device for heat load among cattle.

1 October 1998

A Queensland research team today announced the birth of the world's first koala baby, following artificial insemination of its mother.

14 May 1998