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QUT professor Michael Docherty is working to adapt Microsoft's telescope web portal to large touch screens. Source: Supplied Students Hayley Strano, left, Shelley Robson, Bridie Pearce and Rachel Crook at Chem World at The Cube. Source: Supplied ... The Australian, 5 days ago

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Peter Coaldrake to stay on as QUT vice-chancellor

Source: Courier Mail Professor Coaldrake has been pivotal in driving QUT's ambitions, as articulated through its strategic plan 'Blueprint 4', and demonstrated in 2013 by the university's Times Higher Education ranking as Australia's top young ...
 Professional Educator1 month ago QUT signs Coaldrake through 2017  The Australian1 month ago Coaldrake to stay at QUT month ago 08.09.14 QUT extends Vice-Chancellor's appointment  Noodls1 month ago

Brisbane Live: Monday September 22, 2014

QUT film students Nick, Nicholas, Michael, Mateuse, Briana and Anwen had to film an assignment, and decided to make a commercial suitable for Supercheap Auto's Bathurst Big Break competition. "We thought it would be an awesome opportunity to knock ...
 Melbourne Age1 month ago

Tech-savvy hobbyists make UAV history

The UAV Challenge - Outback Research competition hosted by QUT and CSIRO saw four teams make history, when they used their unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) to find a 'lost' hiker and deliver him emergency rations. The competition for tech-savvy UAV ... weeks ago 29-09-2014 | Tech-savvy hobbyists make UAV history  Noodls2 weeks ago
Canberra Times

'Safe' pollution levels not so safe: QUT researcher

Increased pollution will kill 6000 Australians exposed to what would be classed as "safe" levels, a Queensland pollution expert has warned. Queensland University of Technology Associate Professor Adrian Barnett said the description of potential ...
 Sydney Morning Herald3 weeks ago

Kombucha and fashion

QUT fashion students are using a form of fermentation to create a sustainable material that is grown from yeast bases, similar to
 ABC Online1 month ago Scary and gross: Queensland fashion students grow garments in jars with kombucha  Yahoo! News Australia1 month ago 'Scary and gross': Queensland fashion students grow garments in jars with kombucha  ABC Online1 month ago

Fashion student support for Brisbane homeless youth is undie-mental

Dozens of QUT fashion students are getting their knickers in a twist at Old Government House to raise awareness about youth homelessness. The Fine Arts/Business students are holding a 12-hour sew-a-thon for the Brisbane Youth Service, aiming to ...
 Melbourne Age1 month ago

QUT drones to target horticultural pests

QUT will be fitting unmanned aircraft with imaging equipment designed to identify pest and diseases in farms and forests. The three-year project will see QUT develop new surveillance protocols and advanced software that will use existing ... month ago QUT gets onboard with drones in new horticulture project  ITWire1 month ago

QUT scientist Dr Ian O'Hara on the billion dollar potential of biorefineries in Queensland

Queensland agricultural waste products could hold the key to a new multi-billion dollar manufacturing industry in Australia. A report commissioned by the Queensland University of Technology shows the potential for biorefineries to produce $20 ...
 ABC Online1 month ago QUT forges pathway to new Australian biorefinery industry  Queensland University of Technology1 month ago Agricultural waste could fuel multi-billion dollar manufacturing industry in Australia: report  Truth About Trade1 month ago

Smart cars are hackable cars, warns QUT expert

QUT road safety expert Professor Andry Rakotonirainy says as cars become more connected, they are at a real risk of being hacked. Professor Rakotonirainy is speaking at the Occupational Safety in Transport Conference (OSIT) on the Gold Coast on 18 ... month ago
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