Faculty of
Engineering, Architecture and Information Technology

UQ Regional Roadshow takes engineering to the bush

UQ's Women in Engineering team has joined forces with community organisation Engineers Without Borders on a road trip across Queensland's Darling Downs, sharing valuable insights about careers in STEM with high school teenagers from the bush.

Tackling transport challenges the focus of new partnership

How we get around our cities and towns could be revolutionised through a new partnership between The University of Queensland and industry.

Engineering breakthrough recognised by Portuguese president

A UQ civil engineering team, led by Associate Professor Dilum Fernando has been recognised for their outstanding innovative work by the President of the Portuguese Republic.

Solar start energises Darling Downs economy

Construction of the $125 million UQ Warwick Solar Farm is under way, bringing an injection of economic activity to the town and the Darling Downs region.

Making waves in offshore engineering, renewable energy and seafood production

A team of University of Queensland researchers will join forces with 40 other organisations to form a new cooperative research centre (CRC), set to improve Australian seafood and offshore renewable energy production.

Emeritus professor celebrated for collaborative career

The contribution, success and achievements of The University of Queensland’s Emeritus Professor David St John was celebrated by his colleagues and industry at a recent honorary symposium in his name at a conference in San Antonio, USA.

Here’s why electric cars have plenty of grunt, oomph and torque

Australian politicians, including Prime Minister Scott Morrison, have raised the question of electric vehicles’ capacity for “grunt”.

UQ Space rocketing ahead

Experiments furthering humanity’s ambitions in space are to be launched later this week by University of Queensland students.

Researchers serve up climate change solution

An international team of researchers has discovered a cost-effective way to generate electricity without producing greenhouse gas emissions – while also reducing air pollution.

Swathe of scholarships available to engineering students

There are currently more than 24 categories of scholarships open for applications, including 22 scholarships generously funded by Rio Tinto.

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