The Faculty of
Engineering, Architecture and Information Technology

Citizen scientists needed for hailstorm research

Grab your smartphone and ruler - researchers from The University of Queensland want you to help collect vital hailstorm data.

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Support for new wave of mineral discoveries in North West Queensland

The University of Queensland has been invited to take a leadership role in the design and management of the new $27.125 million Strategic Resources Exploration Program.

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UQ becomes a 'SmartCampus'

UQ's information technology students are creating a ‘SmartCampus’, connecting custom-built Internet of Things (IoT) devices with a cutting edge LoRaWAN network.

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Walking over broken glass for sustainability

Concrete researcher Dr Johnny Ho is finding ways to use Australia's vast stockpile of recyclable glass in next-generation concrete mixes.

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Future drops in on Bowen Basin coal mines

Mining engineering students visited Hail Creek and Kestrel mining operations under the Rio Tinto-UQ partnership program.

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Reusable satellites will give Australia an advantage

Professor Michael Smart from the UQ Centre for Hypersonics says the key to Australia's superiority in space could lie with reusable satellites and scramjets.

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Reach for the sky: why safety must rule as tall buildings aim higher

Researchers from UQ's ARC Research Hub for Advanced Solutions to Transform Tall Timber Buildings share insights into the safety factors of tall buildings.

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Robots, songlines and the experiential gap

Social technology, technology to support people living with dementia; transcription and linguistic technology and the documentation of Indigenous languages was in the spotlight at the CoEDL UQ Showcase.

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Bush ingenuity inspiration for student off the farm

Zachary Sizer was a big fish in a small pond at Begonia State School near St George, Queensland. One of only 13 students, he discovered his passion for engineering and is now at the top of his class of more than 900 young engineers.

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Can you do the robot?

Dancing robots will take over UQ's halls as it hosts the RoboCup Junior Australian Open Championships. More than 500 students from across Australia and from abroad will compete for the crown of funkiest robot.

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Genevieve Worrell
Media and Communications Coordinator
3365 8525
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Trent Leggatt
Marketing and Communications Manager
3346 9976
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