Links Magazine 2018

tomorrow's medicine 3D printer

Tomorrow’s medicine

Australia’s leadership in 3D printing in medicine and health care has leapt ahead with an …

dance for health

Dance for health and happiness

Queensland Ballet and QUT have released the results of a joint project examining the health …

BIO trade mission

QUT delivers successful 2018 BIO trade mission

QUT’s scientific and innovation credentials have been celebrated as part of the 2018 BIO International …

MIT Bootcamp

More than 120 participants from 39 countries have taken part in the MIT Innovation and …

new use old tyres

New use for old tyres

On-road testing of a vehicle fuelled with a mix of tyre oil and standard diesel …

reversing brain damage

Reversing alcohol-related brain damage

QUT researchers have identified a drug that could potentially help our brains reboot and reverse …

saving cavendish bananas

Saving Cavendish

QUT researchers have developed and grown modified Cavendish bananas resistant to the devastating soil-borne fungus …

Australia's top lecturer

Australia’s top lecturer

Robotics vision Distinguished Professor Peter Corke is Australian University Teacher of the Year. The award, …

Commonwealth Games success

Commonwealth Games success

We congratulate our athletes on their success at the 2018 Gold Coast Commonwealth Games. The …

Employer of Choice for Gender Equity

QUT has once again received an Employer of Choice for Gender Equality citation from the …

Queensland’s first Indigenous judge

A leading Queensland barrister who graduated with his law degree from QUT in 1999 has …

Royal visit QUT

Royal reception at Old Government House

Their Royal Highnesses Charles, The Prince of Wales, and The Duchess of Cornwall received a …

Vogel winner Emily

Emily wins Vogel Literary Award

A QUT doctoral student has won the prestigious $20,000 Australian/Vogel Literary Award for a novel exploring …

Renewable energy UTokyo

Renewable energy partnership with UTokyo

QUT has signed an International Cooperation Agreement to develop joint venture projects and facilitate joint …

Australia's creative economy

Creative economy boon

The traditional image of artists and other creatives needs a big makeover, according to detailed …

Commonwealth Games research on air and sun protection

Air quality and sun protection during the Games

QUT researchers have launched two research projects to capitalise on the increased volume of people …

Dementia disaster

Natural disaster dementia guide

Natural disasters are traumatic for anyone involved but the dangers are even greater for people with dementia. A …

Queen's wharf development

20-year study of Queen’s Wharf Brisbane

QUT will lead a 20-year study on the Queen’s Wharf development in Brisbane with an …

Sweet US jet fuel

Sweet fuel

QUT is testing a novel technology developed by US company Mercurius Biorefining to convert biomass …

alumni updates and news

Alumni Chapter and Group News

Young Alumni QUT Young Alumni has hosted two successful events recently. Almost 50 young alumni …

LPF 20 Years

Celebrating 20 years of the Learning Potential Fund

From tackling student poverty, to giving students the opportunity to pursue career paths they’d never …

USA Alumni

New connections and bonds strengthen in the USA

Digital disruption, the future of work and innovation hot topics at recent alumni events in …

Street Science Steve

Street Science Steve

Husband and wife QUT alumni duo change the way young Australians see science. From studying …

Student Leaders

Students leading the way As the first member of her family to attend university, Rebecca …