Links Magazine Issue One 2017

Meet Pepper

Spicing up student services

Meet Pepper – QUT’s latest robot recruit. The world’s first personal humanoid robot that can …

Entrepreneurial education

Entrepreneurial education essential to 21st century careers

Entrepreneurship has emerged as a must-have skill to shape and accelerate careers but requires the …

Learning never stops

Whether for individuals seeking new skills or businesses searching for organisation-wide change solutions, education evolves …

Distinguished professors

Professors Kerrie Mengersen and Dietmar W Hutmacher have been awarded the Distinguished Professor title by …

Inspirational leadership

Inspirational leadership

Vice-Chancellor Professor Peter Coaldrake has been honoured with the 2016 CASE Asia-Pacific Leadership Award in …

Robotronica returns

Robotronica, the free robotics and technology spectacular, will return to QUT’s Gardens Point campus on …

Golden bananas

Golden bananas

Distinguished Professor James Dale has produced a golden-orange fleshed banana, rich in pro-vitamin A. The …

QUT ranked in world top 25

QUT has been ranked in the global top 25 in the prestigious 2017 Times Higher …

3D printing to target breast cancer

Patient-specific implants will deliver life-saving treatment. World-leading personalised medicine research combining regeneration and chemotherapy is …

Hayley Fox

Dreaming of making a difference

At just 20 years of age, and halfway through her law degree, Learning Potential Fund …

Lisy Kane

Girl Geek on her game

As the only Australian to crack the Forbes’ 30 Under 30 gaming list, QUT alumnus …

Jessie Hughes

Filmmaker shining global bright light

Globe-trotting QUT interactive and visual design graduate Jessie Hughes is making a name for herself …

Sweet success flows to Hive

Staying simple but small has helped put three QUT alumni on the path to entrepreneurial …

Inspector Christopher Emzin

Inspector shares real-world experience

With more than 30 years’ experience in the Queensland Police Service, Inspector Christopher Emzin—a barrister …

Is coral a rainmaker?

A world-first study led by QUT’s Professor Zoran Ristovski has led a multinational team of …

Solar technology trial

Solar technology trial

QUT and Japanese manufacturer Sumitomo Electric have joined forces to trial cutting-edge solar/battery technologies for …

Mr right

Your perfect (online) match might not be ‘Mr Right’

A QUT study of 41000 online daters has found they often ignore their own ‘wish …

CRCs to transform food and transport systems

QUT will be a lead research partner in two new Cooperative Research Centres announced by …

Carbs during workouts

Carbs during workouts help immune system recovery

Eating carbohydrates during—or immediately after­—intense exercise helps to minimise exercise-induced immune disturbances and can aid …

Climate change top concern of ‘millennials’

Sixty-three per cent of young Australians rank climate change as the most serious issue facing …

partner fo progress

Partner for progress

How do you embrace an opportunity before it’s reality? Or respond to a challenge that …

in the spotlight tracey vieira

In the spotlight

Tracey Vieira has been a trailblazer since graduating from QUT in 1994. CEO of Screen …

Leading the way

With the tenacity to earn a near-perfect grade point average while leading a variety of …

QUT fashion school

Entrepreneurship in fashion

QUT Fashion School hosted 25 Indonesian fashion and textile designers, entrepreneurs and members of the …

New alumni benefits

QUT is proud to announce the latest benefits for alumni—thanks to partnerships with Corporate Impact …

qut call-to-action alumni

QUT Call-to-Action

At QUT, we are so proud of our alumni, and love to hear about your …

Amanda Robertson

Bank Australia Scholarship

Bank Australia has demonstrated its commitment to ensuring financial disadvantage is not a barrier to …

QUT chapter news

Chapter news

Young Alumni Chapter The QUT Young Alumni Chapter has relaunched and has been busy planning …

Vice-Chancellor

Last word

With the Vice-Chancellor Over the past generation global university rankings have become an entrenched part …