Professor Paul Meredith ... "a game-changing project forAustralia"

The University of Queensland has signed a contract with First Solar (Australia) Pty Ltd for the construction of a solar photovoltaic research facility at Gatton.

23 October 2013
Subtropical antechinus … males die after sex. Photo: Daniela Parra Faundes

Scientists from The University of Queensland are the first in the world to discover why programmed suicidal reproduction is likely to occur in mammals.

8 October 2013

A partnership between two of Queensland’s iconic agricultural training providers will deliver enhanced opportunities for rural skills training in SE Qld.

23 September 2013

Students, staff, community members and furry friends of The University of Queensland are getting ready for the fourth annual Country Campus Challenge on 9 October.

23 September 2013

The University of Queensland, known for educational excellence, has proven its merit in another area, winning four top honours in the Queensland Savour Australia Restaurant and Catering HOSTPLUS Awards for Excellence.

20 September 2013
Rosie the Galah makes friends with UQ staff member Matthew Taylor.

Careers in the agriculture, animal, plant and veterinary science fields will be showcased at The University of Queensland Gatton Open Day on Sunday 18 August.

13 August 2013
Everyone is encouraged to come along to UQ's St Lucia Open Day on Sunday 4 August.

Thousands of people are expected to flock to The University of Queensland’s St Lucia Open Day on Sunday 4 August for a taste of life at UQ.

31 July 2013
Back Left to right: John Noble, Tiffany Newcombe, Stacey Crawford, Alex Earl, Jarrod Lees (Coach; UQ), Hayley Piggott.
Front Left to right: Tamara Birrer, Tanner Adams (Coach; Texas Tech), Caitlin Dukes, Jessira Perovic (Coach; MLA).

UQ Gatton student Hayley Piggott knows her lamb, and she has won first place in the lamb judging section of the 24th Australian Intercollegiate Meat Judging competition to prove it

29 July 2013
Oscar Saez from Clairvaux MacKillop College participates in the ‘Anodise, Polymerise and Photolyse’ chemistry workshop.

Curious high school students from Queensland and New South Wales investigated the impacts of flood waters on Moreton Bay, saw a biofuel car in action and discovered why scientists milk spiders at The University of Queensland.

16 July 2013

A group of 90 senior school students explored global issues such as food security, fuel production and animal welfare at The University of Queensland’s Gatton campus this month.

15 July 2013
Paul Wimmer, Chris Burgess and Geoff Walker.

Six Palen Creek Correctional Centre inmates will graduate with agricultural qualifications this month, thanks to a partnership between The University of Queensland and Queensland Corrective Services.

24 June 2013
One of the winning pieces by Justin Matthews

The University of Queensland’s Diversity Week Photo Competition has showcased the landscapes, animals, plants, friendships, sunsets and historic buildings of UQ’s Gatton campus.

27 May 2013
Shea Tucker with a patient Koala

The University of Queensland Gatton graduate Shea Tucker made such a lasting impression during work placement that it led to her first graduate job.

17 April 2013
Rae Carter (3rd Place), Campus Director Janelle Zahmel, Jess Roberts (1st Place) and David Innes (2nd Place).

The University of Queensland Gatton students and staff were photographed all around the globe this summer, sending in pictures from India, New Zealand, England, America, Indonesia, Thailand and more as part of the ‘Where are you this Summer?’ photo...

25 March 2013
UQ Science International Scholarship recipients Alice Jackson and Joyce Hung at the Gatton campus

Two international veterinary science students have had their dream of studying in Australia realised thanks to University of Queensland Science International Scholarships.

21 March 2013