A former Malaysian political prisoner and an Olympic gold hockey coach will help stir the passions of Shakespeare buffs at the VIII World Shakespeare Congress, opening in Brisbane this Sunday, July 16.

13 July 2006

New treatments for breast cancer, skin and wound healing and obesity will be revealed at an international conference in Cairns next week.

14 April 2004

Use of human growth hormone to enhance the performance of athletes has placed it at the top of the 'most wanted' list for sport drug agencies around the world.

11 April 2001

Former Queensland Premier, the Honourable Mike Ahern, will address graduates at a University of Queensland ceremony on Monday, December 4.

1 December 2000

Former Queensland Premier, the Honourable Mike Ahern, will address graduates at a University of Queensland ceremony on Monday, December 4.

30 November 2000

The economic implications of Australia's immigration policy will be discussed at a forum for 1000 staff and students of the UQ Business School on August 23.

18 August 2000

Internationally-acclaimed actor and newly-appointed adjunct professor in the English Department Bille Brown will run workshops for drama students at The University of Queensland from March 27-31.

7 March 2000

The University of Queensland will give parents, partners and friends of new students a preview of university life at its St Lucia, Ipswich and Gatton campuses next month.

20 January 2000

First-year students will sample University life at Orientation Program activities at The University of Queensland's St Lucia, Ipswich and Gatton campuses in the second week of February.

20 January 2000

Professor Richard Williams is excited by the opportunity to lead The University of Queensland's Gatton campus into the new millennium.

22 November 1999

Visiting Stanford University economics professor John Taylor will address students and staff at a University of Queensland public forum on Monday, October 4.

21 September 1999

A University of Queensland art historian has been selected to edit thousands of often controversial letters by a central figure in Australia's contemporary art movement.

5 May 1998

University of Queensland researchers have joined forces with leading mining industry companies in a $710,000 Strategic Partnership with Industry Research and Training (SPRIT) project in developing new technologies to maximise open-cut mine...

5 May 1998