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24.03.17 Top Brisbane innovators picked for MIT Bootcamp scholarships

A Brisbane innovator determined to break down the digital divide between cities and remote regions is the first to receive an Indigenous scholarship to the prestigious MIT Global Entrepreneurship Bootcamp at QUT.

22.03.17 Young university leaders to gather in Brisbane for summit

Some of the world’s most innovative higher education minds will shortly gather in Brisbane for the Times Higher Education (THE) 2017 Young Universities Summit from 5-7 April at QUT, with an agenda geared towards the role universities can play in an increasingly challenging world.

22.03.17 STEM disciplines pick up STEAM with collaboration between arts, design and science: symposium

When art, design and science research meet, exciting things happen. This is the thinking behind the inaugural Critical Connections Symposium and Exhibition on Saturday, March 25 at QUT’s Creative Industries Precinct at Kelvin Grove.

21.03.17 What every woman needs to know in the battle against breast cancer: public seminars

Doctors and health professionals could face legal consequences in the future for failing to provide women with information on their breast density which, research shows, indicates breast cancer risk and masks detection by mammogram.

21.03.17 What to do in a disaster: new must-have guide for health professionals

A world-first grass-roots guide for doctors, nurses, paramedics and other health professionals will give them a much-needed common language to deal with the growing number of natural and man-made disasters worldwide.

20.03.17 New recruit: Inspector shares real world experience with QUT

Students can tap into decades of policing experience and real life cases thanks to Inspector Christopher Emzin joining QUT’s School of Justice for a 12-month stint as the university’s first visiting police associate.

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20.03.17 Robots, reef-builders and really fun science – QUT at the World Science Festival
20.03.17 QUT News & Events Wrap - March 20 edition
17.03.17 Scholarship news sweet music to QUT student
17.03.17 Australian and Korean emerging designers join fashion forces
17.03.17 Racial Discrimination Case
16.03.17 SEEK CEO worries about future jobs: QUT Business Leaders' Forum
Street Science – A QUT Exclusive
Event Dates:  12.04.17 - 12.04.17
13.03.17 QUT News & Events Wrap - March 13 edition
13.03.17 Shining a spotlight on school bullying
13.03.17 Fashion entrepreneurship course forges links with Indonesia's garment industry
08.03.17 Snuggle, run or cry: What’s your ‘normal’ after sex?
07.03.17 QUT to help transform Australia’s food and transport systems
07.03.17 Growing Australian agriculture through the Internet of Food
07.03.17 QUT joins new intelligent transport centre
07.03.17 Battle of the bands puts QUT ahead in musical excellence
07.03.17 Partnering for progress – QUT connections addressing world challenges
06.03.17 QUT News & Events Wrap - March 6 edition
Earth & fire: Ceramics from the QUT Art Collection @ QUT Art Museum
Event Dates:  18.03.17 - 21.05.17
02.03.17 Young engineers rank in nation’s top 100 future leaders
02.03.17 Students flow to “Hive” accommodation in niche market
02.03.17 Compassion and talent rank Josh in top 100 future leaders
01.03.17 QUT startups pitch up for innovation demonstration
27.02.17 QUT News & Events Wrap - February 27 edition
27.02.17 Australia must take strong interest in regional trade agreement
24.02.17 Electorate boundary changes far reaching but unbiased: politics analyst
24.02.17 Labor must win middle south-east Queensland to stay in the game: former Qld speaker
23.02.17 VC scholar Josh engineers great start to uni
23.02.17 Outstanding QUT drama talent recognised at Matilda Awards
23.02.17 Statistician serves up science of tennis at QUT
22.02.17 Don’t tweet too soon - public companies face social media reporting dilemma
22.02.17 Big tick for hospital at home but Queenslanders slow on the uptake
21.02.17 New research agreement between Indian Institute of Technology Madras and QUT
21.02.17 Buying green doesn’t make you green: QUT study
21.02.17 2017 QUT t-shirt design contains a challenge for new students
21.02.17 Shifting Art at ReForm
21.02.17 Can a robot help you lose weight?: Join QUT study to find out
21.02.17 Online daters ignore wish list when choosing a match
16.02.17 Carbs during workouts help immune system recovery
16.02.17 New Year’s resolutions: have yours gone up in smoke?
15.02.17 Orientation Week celebrations welcome more than 10,000 new students
14.02.17 Emoji #Love is in the air for Valentine’s Day
14.02.17 QUT News & Events Wrap - February 13 edition
13.02.17 Qld Labor will regret bringing full distribution preferential voting back
10.02.17 How to have a cool hot weekend: let your pee run clear
08.02.17 QUT and Commonwealth Bank agree Business Process Management partnership
07.02.17 Melanoma research breakthrough gives hope to treatment
07.02.17 SEEK CEO and Co-Founder to address QUT Business Leaders’ Forum
06.02.17 QUT News & Events Wrap - February 6 edition
06.02.17 High-speed running increase puts hamstrings at risk
02.02.17 Powerful change: QUT profiles today’s solar consumer
02.02.17 Our taste for global fast fashion contributes to Australian retailer woes
31.01.17 Birdseye hyperspectral science: Ningaloo as you’ve never seen it before
31.01.17 QUT research project offers joyful, moving glimpse into aged care
30.01.17 Entrepreneurship education drives new age of innovation
30.01.17 QUT News & Events Wrap - January 30 edition
25.01.17 Australia Day honour for QUT Emeritus Professor Ray Frost
18.01.17 Prep now compulsory as back-to-school draws near
Season 2017 @ Gardens Theatre: Stories that connect
Event Dates:  01.12.16 - 13.09.17
27.09.16 'Upskilling' Qld teens & teachers: Education Minister visits QUT for Vice-Chancellor's STEM Camp
19.09.16 Float into QUT to experience new Physics Observatory at The Cube
01.08.16 Prestigious teaching award recognises leading QUT educator
Birdseye hyperspectral science: Ningaloo as you’ve never seen it before
Australia Day honour for QUT Emeritus Professor Ray Frost
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