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Our researchers' priorities and projects are finding practical solutions to real world problems
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Three young scientists had the expedition of a lifetime late last year, on board Australia’s only ocean-going research vessel, the RV (Research Vessel) Investigator.
The entire engineering cohort represented by alumni from all five Schools that existed in 1986, came together for a reunion on Friday 4th November 2016. UQ alumni reflected on the day...
Founder of ‘Coding Kids’ and State Government Community Digital Champion, Emily de la Pena (Bachelor of Engineering '04) is an entrepreneur developing the next generation of coders and change makers.
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Community, High School Students
8:00am to 2:30pm
UQ Centre, St Lucia Campus
Alumni, Alumni drinks, Community
Jimmy's On The Mall, Queen Street, Brisbane City QLD 4000
Careers, Employers on campus workshop
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Creative problem solving - through great science, engineering and design - means faculties like ours have an increasingly vital role to play in the world's future.
GroundProbe: UQ-developed technology used by the world's largest mining companies as best practice for active slope monitoring
David Noon (PhD 1995, BE 1991)
Home grown MRI Technology saving lives around the world
Professor Stuart Crozier (DEng 2002, PhD 1991)
Improved physiotherapy for children with cystic fibrosis
Elliot Smith, Jeremy Herbert and Gavin Kremor (BE 2012).
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Needle free vaccine technology
Inventor, Professor Mark Kendall (PhD 1993, BE 1990)
The world's first flight-test of supersonic combustion in July 2002 raised the possibility of Sydney-to-London flights in two hours and greater efficiencies in the launch of small space payloads
Our architecture researchers utilise new technologies for gathering, analysing and visualising data
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