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Anti-COVID-19 surface spray in development

While we await the discovery of an effective COVID-19 vaccine, minimising our risk of infection is crucial. During the pandemic, we’ve all learned the importance of hygiene to protect ourselves and minimise our exposure to the virus. University of Queensland (UQ) researcher, Dr Heather Shewan is developing an antiviral surface cleaner that will help decrease the survival time of COVID-19 on surfaces.

7 tips for acing your scholarship application

To help you on your scholarship journey, we asked our resident guru in all things engineering, information technology and computer science scholarships for her top scholarship application tips.

Developing transport technology with people living with dementia

Researchers from The University of Queensland are recruiting people living with dementia, along with their carers, to help with a study exploring emerging transport technologies.

Tips to warm up while keeping your environmental footprint down

As the temperature rises at home, so does our carbon footprint and energy bills. There are several small things you can do that don't really cost much that will make a huge difference to your comfort levels.

University days in the rear-vision mirror, now Nick is buckling up for the next adventure

The years spent at university should be ones of discovery, finding things that challenge you and following your curiosity, and for Nick Galm, who will graduate from The University of Queensland this week with a Bachelor of Engineering (Honours), no stone was left unturned when uncovering his passions.

Research to help make natural gas production more efficient bubbles away

As the world transitions to low-carbon energy production methods, with natural gas as a key player, researchers from the University of Queensland are working to understand the complex processes associated with the extraction of this critical resource.

Collaboration is key for chemical engineering master

Learning to work with people of different views and backgrounds is what University of Queensland graduate Rosario Perez values most from her studies in Brisbane.

Engineering a more sustainable future

Sustainability is the focus for University of Queensland Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) and Master of Engineering graduand Geethu George.

Vulnerability hunter helping to debug Microsoft

How a UQ PhD student is using his skills in cyber security to claim bounties from a global tech company.

$125m Warwick Solar Farm powers UQ to 100 per cent renewable

Australia’s renewable energy research capacity has been boosted with the completion of The University of Queensland’s 64 megawatt solar farm at Warwick in the state’s south east.

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