Faculty of
Engineering, Architecture and Information Technology

Building a future in sustainable energy

The future of the world’s energy supply is a challenge that excites University of Queensland graduand, Rhianna Cardamone.

How designing hospitals for Indigenous people might benefit everyone

Last year, New South Wales health minister Brad Hazzard proposed segregated Indigenous waiting areas in the emergency departments of the state’s public hospitals.

Outstanding staff recognised in 2019 EAIT Faculty Staff Awards

Exceptional professional, workshop, teaching and research staff from the EAIT Faculty were recognised for their contributions last week.

Sewer technology passes the sniff test

University of Queensland monitoring technology to identify potential odour and corrosion hotspots in urban sewerage networks has been adopted by ASX-listed environmental management technology firm Envirosuite.

UQ partners with seven Australian universities to advance sustainable mineral processing

The University of Queensland is one of seven universities tasked with championing sustainable minerals processing through a federally-backed $35 million Australian Research Council (ARC) Centre of Excellence.

Professor’s tech industry contribution recognised

The University of Queensland’s Research Computing Centre director has received a lifetime achievement award for his contribution to Australia’s information and communications technology industry.

Green award recognises UQ’s sustainability leadership

The University of Queensland has won a coveted Australasian Green Gown Award for its commitment to sustainability through the Warwick Solar Farm project in the inaugural 2030 Climate Action category.

UQ research boosted by $7.7 million in ARC grants

The University of Queensland commitment to leading research has been recognised again with the Federal Government awarding 19 Australian Research Council grants.

UQ researchers recognised for global influence and impact

The University has reaffirmed its position as a leading research institution, with 28 UQ researchers identified as among the world’s most influential scientific minds.

UQ student hackers thrash competitors

Three teams from The University of Queensland’s Cyber Squad got a glimpse into the dark world of cyber attacks last week when they participated in the Shearwater Application Security Hackathon.

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