University of Queensland

Latest articles

14h
University of Queensland
National competition for quantum physics game designersCentre of Excellence for Engineered Quantum Systems has launched a competition
University of Queensland / Posted 14 hours ago
Centre of Excellence for Engineered Quantum Systems has launched a competition that asks competitors to do just that. University of Queensland physicist Associate Professor Tom Stace said that quantum physics has inspired artists, writers, and... Read more
14h
Manning River Times
Teen who lost job over 'No' vote has grounds for legal discrimination claimpolitical conviction. "There's no exception in the act that would make it lawfu
Manning River Times / Posted 14 hours ago
political conviction. "There's no exception in the act that would make it lawful." Graeme Orr, a professor of law at the University of Queensland, agreed Madeline could make a claim on the grounds of discrimination under ACT law. "She is better... Read more
19 related articles
16h
University of Queensland
A dose of ‘wait-and-see’ reduces unnecessary antibiotic usetake a ‘wait-and-see’ approach before having their antibiotic prescriptions fil
University of Queensland / Posted 16 hours ago
take a ‘wait-and-see’ approach before having their antibiotic prescriptions filled significantly reduces unnecessary use, a University of Queensland study has shown. The Faculty of Medicine’s Primary Care Clinical Unit found less than a third of... Read more
16h
The North West Star
How fish tanks could help hackers access your homehomes, according to an expert. Many smart devices do not have the type of secu
The North West Star / Posted 16 hours ago
homes, according to an expert. Many smart devices do not have the type of security protections that homeowners expect, University of Queensland senior law lecturer Mark Burdon said. "We just had a situation in the US where it looked like a... Read more
17h
News.com.au
Sevens star Caslick’s 2024 Olympic aim17 year old girls running around absolutely killing it and so many little girls
News.com.au / Posted 17 hours ago
17 year old girls running around absolutely killing it and so many little girls and boys have come to watch and meet us.” University of Queensland have an unassailable lead after remaining unbeaten across three previous rounds of the series, with... Read more
17h
The Courier Mail
Sevens star Caslick’s 2024 Olympic aim17 year old girls running around absolutely killing it and so many little girls
The Courier Mail / Posted 17 hours ago
17 year old girls running around absolutely killing it and so many little girls and boys have come to watch and meet us.” University of Queensland have an unassailable lead after remaining unbeaten across three previous rounds of the series, with... Read more
19h
Scoop.co.nz
Online dementia publication sheds light on latest researchThursday, 21 September 2017, 11:21 amPress Release: University of Queensland M
Scoop.co.nz / Posted 19 hours ago
Thursday, 21 September 2017, 11:21 amPress Release: University of Queensland More than 400,000 Australians live with dementia and... Read more
19h
WA Today
Teen who lost job over 'No' vote has grounds for legal discrimination claimpolitical conviction. "There's no exception in the act that would make it lawfu
WA Today / Posted 19 hours ago
political conviction. "There's no exception in the act that would make it lawful." Graeme Orr, a professor of law at the University of Queensland, agreed Madeline could make a claim on the grounds of discrimination under ACT law. "She is better... Read more
19 related articles
21h
University of Queensland
Online dementia publication sheds light on latest researchMore than 400,000 Australians live with dementia and that number is expected to
University of Queensland / Posted 21 hours ago
More than 400,000 Australians live with dementia and that number is expected to climb to 1.1 million by 2056. University of Queensland experts are keeping people living with or affected by dementia up to date on the latest dementia research and care... Read more
1d
Northern Daily Leader
Teen who lost job over 'No' vote has grounds for legal discrimination claimpolitical conviction. "There's no exception in the act that would make it lawfu
Northern Daily Leader / Posted yesterday
political conviction. "There's no exception in the act that would make it lawful." Graeme Orr, a professor of law at the University of Queensland, agreed Madeline could make a claim on the grounds of discrimination under ACT law. "She is better... Read more
19 related articles
1d
Canberra Times
Teen who lost job over 'No' vote has grounds for legal discrimination claimpolitical conviction. "There's no exception in the act that would make it lawfu
Canberra Times / Posted yesterday
political conviction. "There's no exception in the act that would make it lawful." Graeme Orr, a professor of law at the University of Queensland, agreed Madeline could make a claim on the grounds of discrimination under ACT law. "She is better... Read more
19 related articles
1d
Western Advocate
Teen who lost job over 'No' vote has grounds for legal discrimination claimpolitical conviction. "There's no exception in the act that would make it lawfu
Western Advocate / Posted yesterday
political conviction. "There's no exception in the act that would make it lawful." Graeme Orr, a professor of law at the University of Queensland, agreed Madeline could make a claim on the grounds of discrimination under ACT law. "She is better... Read more
19 related articles
1d
Illawarra Mercury
Teen who lost job over 'No' vote has grounds for legal discrimination claimpolitical conviction. "There's no exception in the act that would make it lawfu
Illawarra Mercury / Posted yesterday
political conviction. "There's no exception in the act that would make it lawful." Graeme Orr, a professor of law at the University of Queensland, agreed Madeline could make a claim on the grounds of discrimination under ACT law. "She is better... Read more
19 related articles
1d
Illawarra Mercury
Teen who lost job over 'No' vote has grounds for legal discrimination claimpolitical conviction. "There's no exception in the act that would make it lawfu
Illawarra Mercury / Posted yesterday
political conviction. "There's no exception in the act that would make it lawful." Graeme Orr, a professor of law at the University of Queensland, agreed Madeline could make a claim on the grounds of discrimination under ACT law. "She is better... Read more
19 related articles
1d
The Courier
Teen who lost job over 'No' vote has grounds for legal discrimination claimpolitical conviction. "There's no exception in the act that would make it lawfu
The Courier / Posted yesterday
political conviction. "There's no exception in the act that would make it lawful." Graeme Orr, a professor of law at the University of Queensland, agreed Madeline could make a claim on the grounds of discrimination under ACT law. "She is better... Read more
19 related articles
1d
Northern Daily Leader
Teen who lost job over 'No' vote has grounds for legal discrimination claimpolitical conviction. "There's no exception in the act that would make it lawfu
Northern Daily Leader / Posted yesterday
political conviction. "There's no exception in the act that would make it lawful." Graeme Orr, a professor of law at the University of Queensland, agreed Madeline could make a claim on the grounds of discrimination under ACT law. "She is better... Read more
19 related articles
1d
The Young Witness
Teen who lost job over 'No' vote has grounds for legal discrimination claimpolitical conviction. "There's no exception in the act that would make it lawfu
The Young Witness / Posted yesterday
political conviction. "There's no exception in the act that would make it lawful." Graeme Orr, a professor of law at the University of Queensland, agreed Madeline could make a claim on the grounds of discrimination under ACT law. "She is better... Read more
19 related articles
1d
Western Advocate
Teen who lost job over 'No' vote has grounds for legal discrimination claimpolitical conviction. "There's no exception in the act that would make it lawfu
Western Advocate / Posted yesterday
political conviction. "There's no exception in the act that would make it lawful." Graeme Orr, a professor of law at the University of Queensland, agreed Madeline could make a claim on the grounds of discrimination under ACT law. "She is better... Read more
19 related articles
1d
Kiama Independent
Teen who lost job over 'No' vote has grounds for legal discrimination claimpolitical conviction. "There's no exception in the act that would make it lawfu
Kiama Independent / Posted yesterday
political conviction. "There's no exception in the act that would make it lawful." Graeme Orr, a professor of law at the University of Queensland, agreed Madeline could make a claim on the grounds of discrimination under ACT law. "She is better... Read more
19 related articles
1d
Manning River Times
Teen who lost job over 'No' vote has grounds for legal discrimination claimpolitical conviction. "There's no exception in the act that would make it lawfu
Manning River Times / Posted yesterday
political conviction. "There's no exception in the act that would make it lawful." Graeme Orr, a professor of law at the University of Queensland, agreed Madeline could make a claim on the grounds of discrimination under ACT law. "She is better... Read more
19 related articles
1d
Goondiwindi Argus
Teen who lost job over 'No' vote has grounds for legal discrimination claimpolitical conviction. "There's no exception in the act that would make it lawfu
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted yesterday
political conviction. "There's no exception in the act that would make it lawful." Graeme Orr, a professor of law at the University of Queensland, agreed Madeline could make a claim on the grounds of discrimination under ACT law. "She is better... Read more
19 related articles
1d
The North West Star
Teen who lost job over 'No' vote has grounds for legal discrimination claimpolitical conviction. "There's no exception in the act that would make it lawfu
The North West Star / Posted yesterday
political conviction. "There's no exception in the act that would make it lawful." Graeme Orr, a professor of law at the University of Queensland, agreed Madeline could make a claim on the grounds of discrimination under ACT law. "She is better... Read more
19 related articles
1d
Daily Liberal
Teen who lost job over 'No' vote has grounds for legal discrimination claimpolitical conviction. "There's no exception in the act that would make it lawfu
Daily Liberal / Posted yesterday
political conviction. "There's no exception in the act that would make it lawful." Graeme Orr, a professor of law at the University of Queensland, agreed Madeline could make a claim on the grounds of discrimination under ACT law. "She is better... Read more
19 related articles
1d
The Border Mail
Teen who lost job over 'No' vote has grounds for legal discrimination claimpolitical conviction. "There's no exception in the act that would make it lawfu
The Border Mail / Posted yesterday
political conviction. "There's no exception in the act that would make it lawful." Graeme Orr, a professor of law at the University of Queensland, agreed Madeline could make a claim on the grounds of discrimination under ACT law. "She is better... Read more
19 related articles
1d
Sydney Morning Herald
Teen who lost job over 'No' vote has grounds for legal discrimination claimpolitical conviction. "There's no exception in the act that would make it lawfu
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted yesterday
political conviction. "There's no exception in the act that would make it lawful." Graeme Orr, a professor of law at the University of Queensland, agreed Madeline could make a claim on the grounds of discrimination under ACT law. "She is better... Read more
19 related articles
1d
The Age
Teen who lost job over 'No' vote has grounds for legal discrimination claimpolitical conviction. "There's no exception in the act that would make it lawfu
The Age / Posted yesterday
political conviction. "There's no exception in the act that would make it lawful." Graeme Orr, a professor of law at the University of Queensland, agreed Madeline could make a claim on the grounds of discrimination under ACT law. "She is better... Read more
19 related articles
1d
Business Wire
ECR Minerals plc UK Regulatory Announcement: Planned Gold Exploration in Victoria, Australia - Replacementthe AIM Rules. Mr Jones holds a BSc (Hons) in Geology from Macquarie Universit
Business Wire / Posted yesterday
the AIM Rules. Mr Jones holds a BSc (Hons) in Geology from Macquarie University and an MSc in Resource Evaluation from the University of Queensland. He is a Fellow and Chartered Professional (Geology) of the Australian Institute of Mining &... Read more
1d
Business Wire
ECR Minerals plc UK Regulatory Announcement: Planned Gold Ecploration in Victoria, Australiathe AIM Rules. Mr Jones holds a BSc (Hons) in Geology from Macquarie Universit
Business Wire / Posted yesterday
the AIM Rules. Mr Jones holds a BSc (Hons) in Geology from Macquarie University and an MSc in Resource Evaluation from the University of Queensland. He is a Fellow and Chartered Professional (Geology) of the Australian Institute of Mining &... Read more
1d
University of Queensland
New nerve degeneration molecule identifiedA discovery in a transparent roundworm has brought scientists one step closer t
University of Queensland / Posted yesterday
A discovery in a transparent roundworm has brought scientists one step closer to understanding why nerves degenerate. University of Queensland researchers have identified a key molecule that protects the axons of nerve cells from... Read more
1d
University of Queensland
PhD students keep it short and sweet for 3MTwill have no time to waste when they battle it out in the upcoming Asia-Pacific
University of Queensland / Posted yesterday
will have no time to waste when they battle it out in the upcoming Asia-Pacific Three Minute Thesis (3MT) final at The University of Queensland. After years of hard work developing a thesis, PhD students from Australia, New Zealand and across... Read more
1d
University of Queensland
Hundreds of UQ students to compete at Australian Uni GamesA 400-plus University of Queensland contingent will converge on the Gold Coast
University of Queensland / Posted yesterday
A 400-plus University of Queensland contingent will converge on the Gold Coast for the 2017 Australian Uni Games (AUG) from 24-29 September. More than 8000 students from 42 universities will participate at the event, with 397 students and 25... Read more
2d
Daily Mail
Terri Irwin slams decision to shoot dead monster crocodile13-year-old son Robert, have been around crocodiles since they were infants. H
Daily Mail / Posted 2 days ago
13-year-old son Robert, have been around crocodiles since they were infants. Her zoo took part in a 14-year study with the University of Queensland, and discovered crocodiles can travel 60 kilometers per day and hold their breath for up to eight... Read more
2d
The Courier Mail
Quade Cooper the difference in NRC clashall six for Brisbane City while Vikings counterpart Wharenui Hawera’s one miss
The Courier Mail / Posted 2 days ago
all six for Brisbane City while Vikings counterpart Wharenui Hawera’s one miss proved costly in the round three clash at University of Queensland. Cooper’s playmaking skills were also influential for City, who were helped by a brace of tries to... Read more
2d
News.com.au
Quade Cooper the difference in NRC clashQuade Cooper of Brisbane City looks to pass during the NRC match at the Univers
News.com.au / Posted 2 days ago
Quade Cooper of Brisbane City looks to pass during the NRC match at the University of Queensland. Source:Getty Images AXED Wallaby Quade Cooper’s perfect goalkicking performance was the difference as Brisbane City ended Canberra Vikings’ unbeaten... Read more
2d
News.com.au
Dramatic dive in Tiwi children’s death ratesa study of more than five decades of data has shown a dramatic turnaround of th
News.com.au / Posted 2 days ago
a study of more than five decades of data has shown a dramatic turnaround of that tragic trend. Researchers from the University of Queensland looked at medical and death records detailing the deaths of 1156 people between 1960 and 2010. The... Read more
2d
The North West Star
Universities rake in the cash from coal connectionsaway from fossil fuel investments. The Hunter university has received half the
The North West Star / Posted 2 days ago
away from fossil fuel investments. The Hunter university has received half the $33 million of coal-linked funds to the University of Queensland since 2013, but the two coal-region institutions have received significantly more than other... Read more
9 related articles
2d
Daily Liberal
Universities rake in the cash from coal connectionsaway from fossil fuel investments. The Hunter university has received half the
Daily Liberal / Posted 2 days ago
away from fossil fuel investments. The Hunter university has received half the $33 million of coal-linked funds to the University of Queensland since 2013, but the two coal-region institutions have received significantly more than other... Read more
9 related articles
2d
Illawarra Mercury
Universities rake in the cash from coal connectionsaway from fossil fuel investments. The Hunter university has received half the
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 2 days ago
away from fossil fuel investments. The Hunter university has received half the $33 million of coal-linked funds to the University of Queensland since 2013, but the two coal-region institutions have received significantly more than other... Read more
9 related articles
2d
The Courier
Universities rake in the cash from coal connectionsaway from fossil fuel investments. The Hunter university has received half the
The Courier / Posted 2 days ago
away from fossil fuel investments. The Hunter university has received half the $33 million of coal-linked funds to the University of Queensland since 2013, but the two coal-region institutions have received significantly more than other... Read more
9 related articles
2d
Northern Daily Leader
Universities rake in the cash from coal connectionsaway from fossil fuel investments. The Hunter university has received half the
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 2 days ago
away from fossil fuel investments. The Hunter university has received half the $33 million of coal-linked funds to the University of Queensland since 2013, but the two coal-region institutions have received significantly more than other... Read more
9 related articles
2d
The Young Witness
Universities rake in the cash from coal connectionsaway from fossil fuel investments. The Hunter university has received half the
The Young Witness / Posted 2 days ago
away from fossil fuel investments. The Hunter university has received half the $33 million of coal-linked funds to the University of Queensland since 2013, but the two coal-region institutions have received significantly more than other... Read more
9 related articles
2d
Western Advocate
Universities rake in the cash from coal connectionsaway from fossil fuel investments. The Hunter university has received half the
Western Advocate / Posted 2 days ago
away from fossil fuel investments. The Hunter university has received half the $33 million of coal-linked funds to the University of Queensland since 2013, but the two coal-region institutions have received significantly more than other... Read more
9 related articles
2d
Kiama Independent
Universities rake in the cash from coal connectionsaway from fossil fuel investments. The Hunter university has received half the
Kiama Independent / Posted 2 days ago
away from fossil fuel investments. The Hunter university has received half the $33 million of coal-linked funds to the University of Queensland since 2013, but the two coal-region institutions have received significantly more than other... Read more
9 related articles
2d
Manning River Times
Universities rake in the cash from coal connectionsaway from fossil fuel investments. The Hunter university has received half the
Manning River Times / Posted 2 days ago
away from fossil fuel investments. The Hunter university has received half the $33 million of coal-linked funds to the University of Queensland since 2013, but the two coal-region institutions have received significantly more than other... Read more
9 related articles
2d
Goondiwindi Argus
Universities rake in the cash from coal connectionsaway from fossil fuel investments. The Hunter university has received half the
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted 2 days ago
away from fossil fuel investments. The Hunter university has received half the $33 million of coal-linked funds to the University of Queensland since 2013, but the two coal-region institutions have received significantly more than other... Read more
9 related articles
2d
The North West Star
Rotary Club of Mount Isa South West helps Optiminds studentsengineering, one in social science, one in language literature.” Optiminds wil
The North West Star / Posted 2 days ago
engineering, one in social science, one in language literature.” Optiminds will be taking place from October 14-15 at the University of Queensland in Brisbane. Teams from four to seven are required to work together on a long term challenge for up... Read more
2d
Geelong Advertiser
Treatment-resistant superbug’s sex threatcases of a treatment-resistant sexually transmitted superbug in Queensland, res
Geelong Advertiser / Posted 2 days ago
cases of a treatment-resistant sexually transmitted superbug in Queensland, research has found. New research by the University of Queensland has revealed a rapid increase in cases of the bacteria which are resistant to “essentially all... Read more
2 related articles
2d
The Courier Mail
Treatment-resistant superbug’s sex threatcases of a treatment-resistant sexually transmitted superbug in Queensland, res
The Courier Mail / Posted 2 days ago
cases of a treatment-resistant sexually transmitted superbug in Queensland, research has found. New research by the University of Queensland has revealed a rapid increase in cases of the bacteria which are resistant to “essentially all... Read more
2 related articles
2d
News.com.au
Treatment-resistant superbug’s sex threatVEA takes a detailed look at sexually transmitted infections, commonly known as
News.com.au / Posted 2 days ago
VEA takes a detailed look at sexually transmitted infections, commonly known as STIs. Courtesy: VEA New research by the University of Queensland has revealed a rapid increase in cases of the bacteria which are resistant to “essentially all... Read more
2 related articles
3d
Daily Liberal
High-rise High: 'vertical' high school set for Fortitude Valleyhad science education links with nearby high schools encouraged her to ask Quee
Daily Liberal / Posted 3 days ago
had science education links with nearby high schools encouraged her to ask Queensland University of Technology and the University of Queensland to partner the new high schools in Fortitude Valley and somewhere between South Brisbane and Dutton... Read more
12 related articles
More

In this news