In an Asia-Pacific first, UQ is collaborating with Boeing Research and Technology in a new key partnership, which includes a new research facility on campus and new opportunities for researchers and students.
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A Chinese company listed in the Fortune Global 500 for the past eight years, and home to more than 120,000 employees, will partner The University of Queensland in sustainable metals research.
A University of Queensland researcher has been awarded the 2017 Best Thesis Award “Excellence in Research” by the International Association of Fire Safety Science.
Transition to a low-carbon society will result in enormous demand for minerals to manufacture clean technologies, creating the need for a global resource governance framework, according to research published today.
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Home grown MRI Technology saving lives around the world
Professor Stuart Crozier (DEng 2002, PhD 1991)
Improved physiotherapy for children with cystic fibrosis
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