‘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.

QUT congratulates Supreme Court alumni appointments

Two high-profile Queensland barristers who are QUT alumni have been appointed judges of the Supreme Court.

Genetic study identifies migraine causes and promising therapeutic targets

QUT genetic researchers have found blood proteins that cause migraine and have a shared link with Alzheimer’s disease that could potentially be prevented by repurposing existing therapeutics.