Faculty of
Engineering, Architecture and Information Technology

67 years of chemical engineering celebrated on Australia Day

Chemical engineering academic Emeritus Professor Edward White AM spent 67 years studying and teaching at UQ, and now, after hanging up his academic gown for the last time in 2018, Ted has received national accolades for his lifetime of work.

Fire fallout

UQ researchers share their expertise during an unprecedented bushfire season.

Wrong way, go back: a proposed new tax on electric vehicles is a bad idea

In recent years, false claims have circulated that electric vehicles are “breaking our roads” because they don’t use fuel and so their drivers don’t pay fuel excise.

UQ charging up for a sustainable future

The switch has been flicked on one of Queensland’s largest behind-the-meter battery storage system, capable of powering 175 average homes for 24 hours.

The final 'Handover' for UQ architecture students

The UQ Architecture end-of-year graduate exhibition is the most important event in the School’s calendar, bringing together students, practitioners and academic staff.

Queensland's history re-imagined in UQ's makerspace

UQ's sculptor, Rhyl Hinwood is working with our UQ Innovate team to create modern, 3D-printed versions of her traditional sandstone carvings and bronze busts.

Cutting through fog with laser focus

Research from The University of Queensland aimed at controlling light in scattering materials, such as fog or biological tissues, will benefit future biomedical imaging and telecommunications

Infrared footprints: how one startup launched at UQ’s makerspace

Thermal infrared counting technology developed by a University of Queensland entrepreneur is now being used in the University’s makerspace facility to monitor foot traffic.

Surviving the startup adventure

Thinking of an entrepreneurial career in the ever-growing startup world? Follow the advice of a young UQ graduate, who is creating positive change through her sustainable venture idea.

Blast the glass ceiling

Nyah Teiotu (Bachelor of Engineering ’11 / Bachelor of Engineering (Honours Class 2B) ’16) is a proud Wemba Wemba woman, BHP’s first Indigenous female engineer, and the Queensland Resources Council’s Most Exceptional Person of 2019. Contact’s Rachel Westbury sat down with the blast and drill mining specialist to learn how she is leading the charge for the next generation of Indigenous women in science, technology, engineering, mathematics and medicine (STEMM) fields.

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