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Physical activity can reduce the severity of early menopausal symptoms in women who have had cancer treatment, a University of Queensland study has found.

26 November 2020
School girls sit at desk looking at iPad.

COVID-19 has exposed fault lines in the education system for already disadvantaged students who are more likely to be severely impacted by the pandemic.

26 November 2020

The high rate of adolescent motherhood across developing countries isn’t shifting, with reductions either modest or absent in some regions and rising in others, according to University of Queensland-led research.

25 November 2020
From left: SQRH Interprofessional Practice Co-ordinator Toni Murray, administration officer Jane White, Bidjara Elder Keelan Mailman and SQRH Director Associate Professor Geoff Argus  in the outdoor education area and yarning circle. SQRH image.

A new training centre nearly 700km west of Brisbane, designed to boost nursing, midwifery and allied health skills in some of Queensland’s most remote areas, officially opened in Charleville today.

19 November 2020
Kidney transplant recipient Matty in doctor's room.

A new medication which can be applied to the skin could help prevent organ transplant recipients from developing harmful skin cancers.

19 November 2020

An experimental Alzheimer's disease treatment is proving effective at treating some of the most persistent, life-threatening antibiotic-resistant bacteria.

18 November 2020
UQ Chancellor Peter Varghese shows staff early adopters, Professor Greg Hainge (left) and Sybilla Wilson (right) the Core Cultural Learning website.

University of Queensland staff will have greater access to training on a detailed exploration of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, cultures and contemporary issues, thanks to an innovative online education foundation course.

17 November 2020
UQ Master of Clinical Exercise Physiology student practitioner Kristin Murray works with Emeritus Professor Tian Po Oei and his wife Elizabeth at UQ Healthy Living.

The University of Queensland has become the first in the Southern Hemisphere to join the Age-Friendly University Global Network.

16 November 2020
Med students practicing intubating with a dummy on a stretcher. She is bent over the head, while another woman watches

An Australian-first university and hospital partnership is set to train up to 40 doctors in regional Queensland each year.

13 November 2020
Research Radiochemist, Damion Stimson, working in the Centre for Advanced Imaging Radiochemistry Facility, The University of Queensland.

The University of Queensland’s Centre for Advanced Imaging (CAI) has received $1.2 million from the Australian Cancer Research Foundation (ACRF) to establish an Australian first facility to develop radiometals for cancer therapy.

13 November 2020
Man sitting at computer with electrical stimulation machine on head with researcher standing over his shoulder.

Brain training and electrical stimulation may not enhance cognition in older adults, according to a University of Queensland study.

11 November 2020
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Researchers investigating the heritage of thousands of rice varieties have identified just two distinct maternal lineages, a discovery which could help address the issue of global food security.

11 November 2020
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Methamphetamine ‘cooks’ in domestic labs are most likely to be male, Caucasian and about 30 years’ old, according to University of Queensland researchers.

11 November 2020
Humans and zebrafish share neural networks and pathways that can produce hypersensitivity to sound. Getty.

A tiny fish is helping scientists understand how the human brain processes sound, while also giving insight to autism spectrum disorder.

10 November 2020

Locally made coronavirus proteins produced in a state-of-the-art laboratory in Brisbane are proving highly useful in a sophisticated blood test for COVID-19.

9 November 2020
Grey-green coloured sea sponge sitting in a bed of white and green-coloured coral

In a discovery spanning millions of years, scientists have found that humans, and most likely other animals, share important genetic mechanisms with a prehistoric Great Barrier Reef sea sponge.

5 November 2020
Closeup of UQ's cloister columns with the carvings visible

University of Queensland researchers will help Indigenous businesses develop markets for native bushfoods and ornamental plants, nurture Indigenist Health Humanities as a new field of inquiry, and provide a framework for the new co-design approach...

4 November 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.

4 November 2020

Twenty one University of Queensland researchers are among 200 nationwide awarded $84 million in grants through the Discovery Early Career Researcher Awards (DECRAs) scheme.

3 November 2020
No credible evidence or data exists to suggest asylum seekers are a security risk to Australia. Getty image.

University of Queensland researchers have debunked the theory that asylum seekers pose a terrorism threat in Australia.

3 November 2020
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