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Rideshare e-scooters have had a positive effect on Brisbane tourism with many visitors finding them more convenient than public transport and cars, according to a report by ֱ researchers.

24 August 2023
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More than half of the world’s top fossil fuel producers will fail to meet climate targets unless they ramp up decarbonisation plans, according to an international team led by ֱ.

15 August 2023
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ֱ has recognised a leading Aboriginal philosopher and a visionary entrepreneur with Honorary Doctorates.

14 July 2023
A woman sorting through piles of clothes at a charity shop

University of Queensland research has found a direct link between levels of government income support and people’s need for charitable assistance.

13 July 2023
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Just as the cost-of-living was front of mind when the Federal budget was handed down last month, it will be again when Queensland Treasurer Cameron Dick delivers his economic plan on June 13. ֱ has experts from a wide range of fields available to...

12 June 2023
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All eyes will be on Federal Treasurer Jim Chalmers on Tuesday when he hands down the Government’s first major budget since Labor’s election win last year. ֱ has experts from a wide range of fields available to analyse the budget and what the...

5 May 2023
Dr Miriam Moeller standing in the Great Court at ֱ St Lucia.

A University of Queensland lecturer has received a major international teaching award for her work helping thousands of students to succeed on the global stage.

28 April 2023
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Queensland’s brightest minds in electric transport will descend on Brisbane for the State’s inaugural Electric Transport Industry Transformation Forum on Friday 17 March.

17 March 2023
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The issue of nuclear non-proliferation is back in the headlines, thanks to details announced yesterday at a US navy base of a deal involving Australia’s purchase of nuclear submarines.

15 March 2023
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An experimental vaccine created at ֱ could mitigate the impacts of a venereal disease that causes cattle infertility and costs the industry hundreds of millions of dollars.

23 February 2023
An office space with desks, chairs and monitors but no people, and a graphic of connecting lines linking each workstation.

A University of Queensland and KPMG Australia study has found only 40 percent of Australians trust the use of artificial intelligence (AI) at work.

22 February 2023
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Wearing a face mask can temporarily disrupt decision-making in some situations according to University of Queensland research.

6 December 2022
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People from minority groups who speak with ‘non-standard’ accents face discrimination in job interviews, researchers from ֱ have found.

24 November 2022
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Cryptocurrency trading could be linked to problem gambling, anxiety and depression in young men, University of Queensland research has found.

8 November 2022
Portrait photo of ֱ Professor Trent Munro wearing a white coat in a laboratory. Supplied.

Precision painkillers that are more accurate and less harmful to the liver are set to be developed by a University of Queensland spin-off company — potentially changing the lives of millions of people.

4 November 2022