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Narcissists are drawn to leadership theories

The more narcissistic the leader, the higher their interest in leadership theories, according to University of Queensland research.

30 October 2020
Businessman fixing his tie whilst looking at his reflection in a window

Expect more mega-droughts

Mega-droughts – droughts that last two decades or longer – are tipped to increase thanks to climate change, according to University of Queensland-led research.

30 October 2020
Picture of cracking clay coloured soil in drought
Businessman fixing his tie whilst looking at his reflection in a window

The more narcissistic the leader, the higher their interest in leadership theories, according to University of Queensland research.

30 October 2020
Picture of cracking clay coloured soil in drought

Mega-droughts – droughts that last two decades or longer – are tipped to increase thanks to climate change, according to University of Queensland-led research.

30 October 2020
Stock image - black soldier fly larvae

It may seem a little hard to swallow but the larvae of a waste-eating fly could become a new alternative protein source for humans, according to a University of Queensland scientist.

29 October 2020
UQ’s Queensland Alliance for Environmental Health Sciences researcher Elissa O’Malley conducting wastewater analysis. Image: UQ

Queensland has the highest regional MDMA consumption in Australia and the second highest of cocaine and methyl amphetamine, according to a report released by the Australian Criminal Intelligence Commission today.

29 October 2020

Queenslanders will vote in a state election on October 31. In the midst of a global pandemic, it will be a campaign like never before. University of Queensland experts say issues likely to influence voters will range from the usual economics...

28 October 2020
Sheafs of wheat with a blue sky behind

The numbers – and the engineering – may stack up for the Bradfield Scheme, according to final-year civil engineering students from The University of Queensland.

28 October 2020

Women in Science is a podcast series featuring interviews with inspiring researchers who are breaking barriers in their fields and making remarkable contributions to science.

28 October 2020
Rhodes Scholar Justin Clarke

University of Queensland final year student Justin Clarke is bound for Oxford University after being named Queensland’s 2021 Rhodes Scholar.

27 October 2020
doctor typing on a laptop with a stethoscope curled about beside the keyboard, and a patient skyping or zooming for a telehealth consult

Delivering healthcare services online can cut costs for patients, but not necessarily for providers, according to a new study.

26 October 2020
Close up on the head of Seymour, the dog

A 3D-printed titanium bone implant is giving a senior rescue dog a new leash on life, thanks to a team of vets from The University of Queensland and engineers from RMIT University.

23 October 2020

Final-year chemical engineering students at The University of Queensland are investigating how sugarcane can be used as a clean energy source to create hydrogen.

23 October 2020
Red coloured COVID spikes floating in pink space

Two international studies have shed important light on why the virus that causes COVID-19 is so infectious compared to other SARS viruses.

21 October 2020
The mountain pygmy-possum.

Humans will need to physically relocate many species to ensure their survival in the face of climate change, University of Queensland-led research recommends.

16 October 2020
3D electron microscopy of macrophage infected by bacteria (blue) showing lipid droplets (green) and the cell surface (pink).

Droplets of fat inside our cells are helping the body’s own defence system fight back against infection, University of Queensland researchers have discovered.

16 October 2020
UQ researcher Dr Abdalla Ali holding a 3D-printed bone scaffold in a laboratory.

A technological advancement that has the potential to stimulate bone formation inside the human body has been developed by University of Queensland researchers.

15 October 2020

Quantum physics has demonstrated that tiny particles can exist in multiple places at once, but a new method may prove that it is possible for larger, visible objects to also exist in multiple places.

15 October 2020

A startup company developing technology based on University of Queensland research will partner with the US Government to test its needle-free vaccine delivery technology.

14 October 2020
UQ Canine Co-Counselling therapy dog Rex

A little puppy love is helping University of Queensland students experiencing a ‘ruff’ time improve their mental health and wellbeing.

13 October 2020
Covid virus with visible spikes of a red colour

Federal funding will help a team of researchers determine how long immunity lasts in people who’ve recovered from COVID-19, critical information as the world waits for a vaccine.

12 October 2020
Ocean path winding its way above the ocean at Noosa National Park in Queensland

A University of Queensland report has revealed that visits to the state’s national parks generate $2.64 billion in spending annually and support thousands of jobs.

12 October 2020
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