The University of Queensland has responded to “the grand challenge of our generation” by launching a new energy initiative today.

9 November 2012
Vice-Chancellor Deborah Terry and Rio Tinto's Chief Advisor Geotechnical Martyn Robotham at the launch of the new Geotechnical Engineering Centre

The University of Queensland’s Vice-Chancellor, Professor Deborah Terry, will officially launch the Geotechnical Engineering Centre on Monday 3 September 2012.

31 August 2012

Soldering and brazing technologies supplier Nihon Superior has joined forces with The University of Queensland (UQ) to provide a world-class research centre for the manufacture of electronic materials.

23 August 2012

The University of Queensland has been awarded a $2.44 million Centre of Research Excellence to research the design of a better mental health system for Australia.

3 August 2012

Australian life sciences researchers will translate their discoveries into commercial products faster thanks to a newly established Queensland Node of the Therapeutic Innovation Australia (TIA – Qld Node).

25 July 2012
The Transparent Electrodes for Plastic Electronics Research Cluster seeks to develop lower-cost flexible optoelectronic solutions that could transform the Australian consumer electronics industry.

A group of leading Australian scientists has come together to develop lower-cost flexible optoelectronic solutions that could transform the Australian consumer electronics industry.

26 April 2012

Brisbane, Australia, March 29, 2012 – In a groundbreaking initiative bringing together cutting edge research expertise in energy, water and sustainability with world-class science and engineering education, The Dow Chemical Company (Dow) and The...

29 March 2012
The new Gatton Research Dairy is the only facility of its kind in Australia, focused on a sub-tropical feed base

Huge benefits will flow to the dairy industry from a new $7 million research centre that was officially opened at Gatton today.

5 March 2012

The Premier of Queensland, Anna Bligh, today (December 7) launched a $20 million partnership encompassing industry, government and researchers to further increase the knowledge and skill needs of the growing coal seam gas industry.

6 December 2011

An Australia-first research program exploring how common childhood diseases such as ADHD, asthma and obesity could be linked to household chemicals and air-borne particles will be based in Brisbane.

3 August 2011

Construction has been completed on the nation's largest flat-panel photovoltaic solar power system, at The University of Queensland's St Lucia campus in Brisbane.

14 July 2011

The Queensland Centre for Mothers and Babies (QCMB) is offering free training and support to women who would like to represent local women and families in the development of new maternity services.

19 May 2011

A form of spinal arthritis is genetically linked to Inflammatory Bowel Disease, researchers at the University of Queensland Diamantina Institute in Brisbane, Australia, have found.

3 December 2010
Honey bees have taught researchers how to guide planes through complex manoeuvres

Australian scientists have developed a novel autopilot that guides aircraft through complex aerobatic manoeuvres by watching the horizon like a honey bee.

1 December 2010

The Global Change Institute small grant recipients for 2010 have been announced and illustrate the breadth and depth of research activities at The University of Queensland.

22 November 2010