Faculty of
Engineering, Architecture and Information Technology

Australia–China architectural ingenuity in focus for world-first digital exhibition

The University of Queensland, Australian Embassy Beijing, Austrade and Swayn Centre for Australian Design at the National Museum of Australia have created a new type of exhibition experience in response to COVID-19 restrictions.

Inspiring women in sustainable energy

UQ’s Master of Sustainable Energy (MSE) first saw light in 2012. Since then, almost 100 students from across the world have graduated, and about 30 per cent were female.

Rethinking a shared future: age irrelevant in innovation and leadership

The principles of an age-friendly university are in action at the University of Queensland (UQ), where high-achieving students from the Andrew N Liveris Academy for Innovation and Leadership put their heads together with a group of older people from the Council on the Ageing (COTA) Queensland to plan a mutually beneficial and sustainable future.

UQ cuts emissions with state’s first hydrogen buses

The University of Queensland will add two hydrogen fuel cell buses to its fleet by 2022, expected to be the first of their kind in the state.

UQ Alumni Awards: Introducing our 2020 Alumni Award winners

An international business leader, an entrepreneur and an Emmy award winner are amongst UQ's esteemed alumni community who have been recognised in The University of Queensland 2020 Alumni Awards.

UQ design students present award-winning sustainable building in Fleetwood Challenge Cup

Two student teams from The University of Queensland took part in an Australian-first design competition for architecture, engineering and construction students from top universities across the country, with a focus on sustainability and affordability.

An engineer's nomadic path

Saruultur Bayarsaikhan's seeking clean energy for Mongolia through the Master of Sustainable Energy program at UQ.

Geotech researchers rock and roll with new industry funding and equipment

An impressive $4-million cash injection from industry marked the beginning of the next phase of research for a large-scale geotechnical project headed up by UQ experts.

UQ’s new podcast: But Seriously, What is Engineering?

There’s much more to engineering than hard hats and building bridges, so The University of Queensland’s new podcast seeks to answer the question, But Seriously, What is Engineering?

Mimicking the ‘stretch and squidge’ in the human body the future of tissue engineering

Five of the world’s finest tissue engineering experts, including Professor Justin Cooper-White from The University of Queensland, have come together to present the latest research from their field in the prestigious scientific journal, Nature.

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