Research Impact 2016Research Impact 2016

Learn about UQ’s research in the 2016 interactive edition of Research Impact 2016. Then find out more, be inspired, and learn how UQ creates change. Read and watch a selection of Research Impact stories.

If you have any queries about Research Impact 2016, please contact the Office of Marketing and Communications (via telephone 07 3346 7886 or email

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Research at UQ 

The Research at UQ video showcases UQ's research excellence, featuring four researchers:

  • Professor Maree Smith who is creating change with chronic pain treatment;
  • Professor Brad Sherman who is creating change by increasing food supply;
  • Professor Peter Halley who is creating change with biodegradable plastic; and
  • Professor Zhiguo Yuan who is creating change by improving sewer systems. 

The video also showcases UQ's three campuses, world class facilities and international linkages. 


This video is also available with Mandarin and Spanish subtitles.

Research at UQ: Industry Partnerships 

The Research at UQ: Industry Partnerships video features four of UQ's outstanding UQ industry-research partnerships:

  • Professor Victor Rudolph, School of Chemical Engineering, and Synergen Met Pty Ltd;
  • Professor David Craik and Professor David Fairlie, Institute for Molecular Bioscience (IMB), and Pfizer Australia;
  • Dr Esteban Marcellin, Australian Institute for Bioengineering and Nanotechnology (AIBN), and The DOW Chemical Company; and
  • Associate Professor Martie-Louise Verreynne, UQ Business School and the Queensland Government. 

These highly successful collaborations demonstrate that innovation is best achieved through teamwork, and that partnerships built on cooperation and hard work can drive the outcomes of excellent research towards the community, boosting well-being and prosperity.

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