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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
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
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
The research will help efficiently manage burgeoning health budgets in future

We all recognise holidays as discretionary spending – but how much of Australia’s $186 billion-plus annual healthcare expenditure is in the same category?

8 September 2020
Beach littered with plastic waste

The urgency of reducing single-use plastic in global supply chains has been highlighted by a University of Queensland study in collaboration with the Indonesian Institute of Sciences.

4 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 unique flavour, texture and aroma of Australia’s famous Wagyu beef can now be marketed using a world-first flavour profile developed by The University of Queensland in partnership with the Australian Agricultural Company (AACo).

9 August 2020

Australia’s renewable energy research capacity has been boosted with the completion of The University of Queensland’s 64 megawatt solar farm at Warwick in the state’s south east.

17 July 2020
Man's hand grasping a wire prison fence

Legal professionals, journalists and researchers now have access to a new-and-improved version of the Deaths in Custody Project – the first comprehensive national database of its kind.

13 July 2020
Human eye with computer screening image on top of it

The University of Queensland Business School is working with the Australian Defence Force (ADF) to address the growing challenges created by artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning.

24 June 2020
If guests agree to forgo their full daily room clean, it saves money and the environment. Image: Pexels.

It’s not every week a researcher finds the actual answer to her academic challenge is to offer free drinks all round – then wins a global prize for the discovery.

16 June 2020
Saliva could allow cheaper, easier testing -- and at home.

Saliva could be humanity’s best friend in fighting the COVID-19 pandemic, University of Queensland researchers have found.

20 May 2020

A consortium led by The University of Queensland and The University of Western Australia has secured $30 million from the Federal Government to help regional communities transition to sustainable futures after their local mines close.

13 March 2020

Australian school students’ poor performance in mathematics could harm the economy and the next generation’s job prospects, according to a University of Queensland researcher.

17 December 2019

The initial cohort of a first-of-its-kind program at The University of Queensland has celebrated its graduation as a tight-knit unit.

13 December 2019
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