Dr Lim with the prototype

New technology that helps detect skin cancers early could be transformed into a commonplace tool for clinicians, thanks to research at The University of Queensland.

6 June 2016

A new way to detect explosives and an alternative to antibiotics for animals are among 19 research projects at The University of Queensland to secure funding to build the state’s future.

20 April 2016

Researchers based in the state recognised as the skin cancer capital of the world have developed revolutionary technology that has the potential to improve the detection and diagnosis of this disease.

28 May 2014