‘Robot Olympics’ prize money reinvested into future scientists
The CSIRO will fund a new QUT scholarship program to train the next generation of aspiring Australian scientists, using its $1.2 million prize from an international robotics challenge.
CARRS-Q marks 25 years with digital twin road safety project
QUT will create a digital twin of the RACQ Mobility Centre track that will enable drivers, fitted with augmented reality (AR) headsets, to test drive connected and automated transport systems (CATS) and other future mobility technologies in Australian conditions.
Grow your own lettuce and help build a circular food economy
There may be no end to sky-high lettuce prices in sight, but QUT is offering free resources to help people, households and communities grow their own produce – with a digital flavour on top.
Single test could rule out heart attack in Indigenous Australians
QUT researchers have identified a way of more quickly determining the risk of a heart attack for Indigenous patients, which could fast-track their treatment and ease hospital overcrowding.