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Hydrogen fuel pump

The University of Queensland will add two hydrogen fuel cell buses to its fleet by 2022, expected to be the first of their kind in the state.

2 October 2020
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The University of Queensland has partnered with IBM Australia to launch a Centre of Excellence which will support researchers working across health, manufacturing and environmental sciences.

22 September 2020
Host, Kartikee Gupta, is a civil and structural engineer and Women in Engineering advocate at UQ.

There’s much more to engineering than hard hats and building bridges, so The University of Queensland’s new podcast seeks to answer the question, But Seriously, What is Engineering?

17 September 2020
Professor Justin Cooper-White ... viscoelasticity is crucial to future biomedical implants

Tissue engineering experts say future biomaterials will need to mimic the human body’s “stretch and squidge” properties.

17 September 2020
UQ Space, the number one student rocketry organisation, holding their Project Athenia prototype

The University of Queensland could soon be the first university to fly a student-built rocket into space next year.

28 August 2020

University of Queensland researchers have developed biosensors that use nanoengineered porous gold which more effectively detect early signs of disease, improving patient outcomes.

25 August 2020

Indigenous teenagers at remote schools rarely have opportunities to envision themselves in science, technology, engineering and maths careers – but one young Wiradjuri woman has found a path.

20 August 2020
Cartoon image of people sitting on public transport

Researchers from The University of Queensland are recruiting people living with dementia, along with their carers, to help with a study exploring emerging transport technologies.

5 August 2020

Robots working in abattoirs, sky-high vertical farms, more gene-edited foods in our supermarkets and automated farming systems could all help guarantee food supply in the next pandemic.

31 July 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

Artificial intelligence (AI) improved skin cancer diagnostic accuracy when used in collaboration with human clinical checks, an international study including University of Queensland researchers has found.

24 June 2020
Computer-generated image of Gilmour Space's new rocket, Eris.

New technologies for a next-generation hybrid rocket that will launch small satellites into low-Earth orbits from 2022 are being developed in Queensland, thanks to a partnership between University of Queensland researchers and Gilmour Space.

10 June 2020

Australians have seen a huge increase in telehealth consults since the outbreak of COVID-19 after University of Queensland researchers crunched the numbers from Medicare.

8 June 2020

Australia’s COVIDSafe app needs to be faster and have higher uptake rates to be effective as the nation’s digital contact tracing solution, according to a working paper released by The University of Queensland’s Institute for Social Science Research.

5 June 2020
Professor Justin Marshall discovered the world's most complex colour vision system, in mantis shrimp

The Australian Academy of Science has elected Professor Justin Marshall and Professor Alan Rowan as Fellows for their sustained contributions to research and scientific endeavour.

25 May 2020
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