$2.4m Laureate award

$2.4m Laureate award

Environment the winner with $2.4m Laureate award to UQ 'stellar' scientist
2013 Steve Irwin Memorial Lecture

2013 Steve Irwin Memorial Lecture

Watch the lecture recording online here.
A clearer view of diabetes

A clearer view of diabetes

13 December 2013 A University of Queensland researcher has made an important advancement in diabetes resear...
Advances help industry produce better pearls

Advances help industry produce better pearls

Professor Degnan received a further $5000 award for further development of the partnership
Australian Museum Eureka Prize winner

Australian Museum Eureka Prize winner

Professor Clive Phillips
Career switch ignites a dormant passion

Career switch ignites a dormant passion

Kristy Guerin wanted to be a vulcanologist from age 12
Chronic pain researcher makes national finals

Chronic pain researcher makes national finals

 University of Queensland graduate and chronic pain researcher Georgia Richards has been s...
Conservation scientist receives honour from PM

Conservation scientist receives honour from PM

Kerrie Wilson awarded Prime Minister's Prizes for Science
Dengue research to benefit

Dengue research to benefit

Grand Challenges Explorations Grant For Groundbreaking Research in Global Health and Development
Early Career Grants

Early Career Grants

Nine top Science researchers land Early Career Researcher Grants
Fishing for the future of coral reefs

Fishing for the future of coral reefs

New science-based fishery regulations are needed
From rainforests to reefs

From rainforests to reefs

The Australian-based conservation master’s with four biomes at its doorstep
Grains expert receives industry excellence award

Grains expert receives industry excellence award

UQ's Professor Mike Bell recognised for his outstanding contribution to grain research in Australia.
Innovation nomination recognises breakthrough in quantum technologies

Innovation nomination recognises breakthrough in quantum technologies

Developing techniques to prevent errors in quantum systems
Kimberley Dinosaurs

Kimberley Dinosaurs

Dinsosaur tracks never been revealed before
Living gene bank to help save wild koalas

Living gene bank to help save wild koalas

A $1.8 million partnership between The University of Queensland, the Queensland University of Technology and Dreamworld...
Looking back on 80 years of Veterinary Science

Looking back on 80 years of Veterinary Science

Professor Glen Coleman reflects on how far the School has come
Low cost quantum technologies made possible

Low cost quantum technologies made possible

$81,500 funding to develop a compact, low-cost new technology
Manage your risk and invest in a degree with practical experiences

Manage your risk and invest in a degree with practical experiences

Expert interview with the Director of UQ’s Master of Financial Mathematics program.
Mozzie Research Creates a Buzz

Mozzie Research Creates a Buzz

Understanding of mosquitoes and their role in mosquito-borne disease
New honour for UQ chemistry educator

New honour for UQ chemistry educator

A distinguished University of Queensland chemistry educator has been awarded the
Nine UQ Fellowships made to Faculty of Science

Nine UQ Fellowships made to Faculty of Science

UQ fellowships awarded within the UQ Faculty of Science
One health for all creatures great and small

One health for all creatures great and small

Veterinary industry play a crucial role in solving immense challenges
Physics student dives into bronze at Rio Olympics

Physics student dives into bronze at Rio Olympics

Congratulations to UQ Bachelor of Science third year student and sporting star Maddison Keeney
Prawn spawn secrets unlocked in 3D images

Prawn spawn secrets unlocked in 3D images

Discovering the secrets of how one of the world’s most popular prawn species produces sperm
Quantum physicist

Quantum physicist

Quantum physicist among new Australian Academy of Science Fellows
Researchers focus on global health problems

Researchers focus on global health problems

Researchers will tackle significant international health issues
Scholarship in partnership with Sibelco Australia

Scholarship in partnership with Sibelco Australia

Conduct your student research at UQ’s Moreton Bay Research Station
Schools invited to participate online in live events with earthquake and tsunami researchers

Schools invited to participate online in live events with earthquake and tsunami researchers

Does your school want to access leading scientific opinions about the earthquake and tsunami that devastated Indian Ocean communities in 2004, killing more than 250,000 people?
Soil at risk from household products

Soil at risk from household products

Changing Australian soil conditions are exposing crops to silver nanoparticles
Sudden ban on fish throwbacks could harm ecosystems - researchers

Sudden ban on fish throwbacks could harm ecosystems - researchers

Sea birds, dolphins, crabs and sharks are among the species that could suffer if commercial fishers abruptly stopped discarding their unwanted catches, research shows. 
Support your Faculty of Science Olympic athletes

Support your Faculty of Science Olympic athletes

Help two of our potential Olympic superstars by sending messages of support.
Tarantula venom turns the worm

Tarantula venom turns the worm

Tarantula spider venom could become an unlikely ally in the war against sheep infections
The eyes have it: revealing the secrets of cow emotions

The eyes have it: revealing the secrets of cow emotions

Cows that pass you on the right might be giving you the "evil eye".
The hammer that shaped a university

The hammer that shaped a university

Dr Gilbert Price reflects on the legacy of Professor Dorothy Hill.
Three rising stars join ARC College of Experts

Three rising stars join ARC College of Experts

Science stars join ARC College of Experts
Top European scientist to lead UQ microscopy centre

Top European scientist to lead UQ microscopy centre

Professor Roger Wepf, President of the European Microscopy Society (EMS) joins UQ
Tree of life keeps growing

Tree of life keeps growing

Webinar by Professor Philip Hugenholtz
Turtle research team recognised at awards

Turtle research team recognised at awards

2015 Queensland Premier’s Sustainability Awards
UQ ag science student takes out top award

UQ ag science student takes out top award

Chelsea Stroppiana winner of the Ag Institute Australia National Student Award
UQ conservation scientist wins Eureka Prize

UQ conservation scientist wins Eureka Prize

Dr Kerrie Wilson, revolutionising approaches to conservation spending
UQ FREA award

UQ FREA award

UQ FREA award to GPEM environmental decision scientist
UQ Future Scientist Scholarship

UQ Future Scientist Scholarship

Science launches its Annual Appeal
UQ has big focus on seeing small

UQ has big focus on seeing small

Recently-installed Hitachi Transmission Electron Microscopes
UQ leads the way with wildlife research

UQ leads the way with wildlife research

Best specialist animal research and veterinary facilities in the southern hemisphere.
UQ research station hosts annual dolphin survey

UQ research station hosts annual dolphin survey

To improve knowledge of Moreton Bay’s dolphin populations.
UQ scientist recognised for contributions to microbiology

UQ scientist recognised for contributions to microbiology

Microbiologist will receive a coveted international award for distinguished contributions
UQ scientist to lead global conservation efforts

UQ scientist to lead global conservation efforts

Professor Possingham appointed the Chief Scientist
UQ scoops Women in Technology Awards

UQ scoops Women in Technology Awards

Women in Technology (WiT) Gala Awards
UQ whale researcher awarded MBRS scholarship

UQ whale researcher awarded MBRS scholarship

A researcher whose work is improving scientific knowledge on the physiology of migrating humpback whales has been awarded a University of Queen...
Young scientists awarded scholarships to pursue their dreams

Young scientists awarded scholarships to pursue their dreams

Two University of Queensland veterinary science students, Ms Shuting Jin and Ms Joss Kessels and a postdoctoral research scientist, Dr Faith Brennan, have won “Layne Beachley Aim for the Stars Foundation” 2016 scholarships. ...