The Faculty of
Engineering, Architecture and Information Technology

Aspiring aeronaut

Repairing all things mechanical as a boy has certainly benefited UQ Aspire Scholarship recipient Zachary Sizer in preparing for all studies mathematical as a man.

Rare metal research lands award nominations

Harnessing a rare metal to help produce clean, affordable energy has been rewarded for two University of Queensland research teams.

Bacteria is likely to aid global livestock feed challenge

Farmers could soon turn to microbial protein to feed their livestock – a move researchers say could reduce land use, greenhouse gas emissions and nitrogen pollution.

Queensland spin-out set for a jump-start on electric vehicle battery supply

With rising sales of electric cars, a new company developing more efficient production of essential battery materials is raising funds to build a demonstration plant.

3, 2, 1...liftoff! The science of launching rockets from Australia

We've launched rockets from Woomera in South Australia, but in reality Australia could support multiple launch sites. And the closer to the equator, typically the better.

Academics lead the way in latest round of Linkage grants

Unlocking the secrets of mangroves and delving into robust energy conversion systems are some of The University of Queensland projects that have been awarded funding from the Australian Research Council.

Collaborative research the focus for postgraduate students

From designing smart communities to discussing ideas around energy, water and health and information engineering, postgraduate students from the Faculty of Engineering, Architecture and Information Technology seized the opportunity to showcase their latest work at the 10TH annual EAIT Postgraduate Conference

Tech trending among high school students

Whether it’s becoming a video game designer building online worlds for the masses or a data scientist spotting trends across the health or legal industries, the list of IT-based careers that today’s teens can pursue continues to grow.

More than 100 UQ spin-outs generate income, jobs and better health

UniQuest, UQ's commercialisation company, is leading Australia and competing globally in creating spin-out companies based on academic intellectual property.

Is this one room tower the future of inner-city living?

AN AWARD winning house in Brisbane could be the answer to increasing density in our inner-city suburbs without destroying the character. The One Room Tower is a creative extension built next to a character home in Brisbane’s West End.

Media contact

For all media enquiries, please contact the Faculty Media and Communications staff on the details below:

Genevieve Worrell
Media and Communications Coordinator
3365 8525

Trent Leggatt
Marketing and Communications Manager
3346 9976