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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
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
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
PhD candidate Max Brierty

Combing archives for information on the use of restraints on Indigenous Australians led University of Queensland scholar Max Brierty to reflect on his family’s experiences.

8 October 2020
Consumer Directed Care is affecting mental health.?Image: Pexels

Sweeping changes to national aged care funding in the past decade have resulted in worse mental health for older Australians, University of Queensland research shows.

30 September 2020
Technology-facilitated abuse is evolving. Stock image.

A study is under way to investigate how ‘smart’ devices may be helping to facilitate domestic abuse in Australia and the United Kingdom.

18 September 2020
The work will take an evidence-informed approach to training police

University of Queensland psychology experts will work with police to develop and upgrade training programs for police investigating child abuse.

10 September 2020
Professor Heiss says the jacaranda motif makes the lanyards perfect for the UQ community

Prolific author Professor Anita Heiss has promoted Indigenous language and literacy in many and diverse ways – but her latest venture is particularly novel.

1 September 2020
It seems that if you have a lot of money, you feel you have a lot to lose, says Professor Jolanda Jetten. Stock image

Anti-immigration sentiment rises when affluent people fear losing their wealth, a psychological study has found.

17 August 2020

The University of Queensland’s iconic sandstone towers will be reflected in the colours of Athens-based artist and architect, Andreas Angelidakis’s latest high-profile project.

31 July 2020

Conflict in My Outlook_We Met Online, a major UQ Art Museum exhibition investigating how the internet shapes social relations and ideas, while also functioning as a surveillance device, will ‘go live’ on 21 August.

22 July 2020
International research backs the effectiveness of a ‘housing-first’ strategy

A partnership between public and not-for-profit agencies has adopted a proven strategy to permanently end homelessness for people sleeping rough in Brisbane.

21 July 2020

A global study on mental health has found approximately one in five teenagers experience thoughts of suicide or anxiety.

22 June 2020

University of Queensland researchers have discovered why only 34 per cent of mothers exclusively breastfeed to six months, despite the global push to increase rates to 50 per cent.

4 June 2020
Our means of controlling the infection spread depends on behavioural changes and hence upon psychology, says Professor Jetten

Aside from a vaccine or cure, knowledge of human behaviour and psychology may be the best means of controlling the spread of COVID-19.

28 May 2020
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