NESSIE program - extended unitl the 12th July  
The NESSIE program aims to train high-qualified researchers and engineers by fostering cutting-edge scientific research for identifying, evaluating and monitoring the interface between anthropic activities and their impacts on natural resources.

Dr Philip Terrill wins a Faculty Teaching Excellence Award
The Faculty of Engineering, Architecture and Information Technology (EAIT) Teaching Excellence Awards recognise and reward individuals or small teams for the excellence of their teaching and making a significant contribution to the teaching and learning excellence in the Faculty. Each year, five awards are granted, and this year Phillip Terrill was recognised for his outstanding work.


UQ Research Week Awards 2013 
Our researchers feature in the 2013 research awards.


Ian Potter Foundation Winners 
The Robotics Design Lab has just won a grant from the Ian Potter Foundation for a project to develop and deploy a version of the "Smart-Ball" - an interactive, programmable tonal soccer ball for children with vision impairments.


Educational IT solution for hospital precinct 
Queensland universities, including UQ, in partnership with Mater Health Services Brisbane have launched an innovative, low cost IT solution at the Mater precinct in South Brisbane with the aim of improving teaching, learning and research outcomes. 


Clunies Ross Winner Prof. Stuart Crozier 
Prof. Stuart Crozier wins top Australian award for MRI technology


 ARC Future Fellow - Prof. Andrew Bradley 
In 2011 Prof. Andrew Bradley successfully applied for a Future Fellowship.


Mathematics simplifies sleep monitoring 
A UQ researcher has created a new way to measure breathing patterns in sleeping infants which may also work for adults.


UQ research gets a smart boost 
Needle-free injections and making electricity from sewage are just two examples of innovative University of Queensland research to receive almost $5 million in funding over the long weekend.


UQ receives huge infrastructure boost
Researchers from The University of Queensland will transform the future of the mining industry with the establishment of a $16 million minerals research facility.