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Crypto investors seek freedom: QUT research

The global crypto market is now worth more than USD$1.7 trillion but remains a risky business for investors. Regulations are being introduced in many countries including Australia, and a QUT researcher says they will be better received by consumers if they protect their freedom to buy cryptocurrency, rather than restrict who can buy crypto.

Student-designed sound dome experience earmarked for Northshore

Visitors to Brisbane’s Northshore could be learning about the area’s Indigenous and maritime histories via a towering sound and art experience, thanks to a talented team of QUT creative industries students.

QUT academic receives international recognition for pioneering IMC work

Professor Gayle Kerr from QUT’s School of Advertising, Marketing, and Public Relations has been honoured with the Inaugural Don Schultz Award for Innovation in Teaching, Theory and Practice of Integrated Marketing Communication (IMC).

Fulbright Scholarship steps up QUT’s work to reduce diabetic amputations

Around 1.8 million Australians have diabetes and more than 4400 endure life-changing foot or leg amputations every year due to their body’s inability to heal foot ulcers. But a QUT PhD researcher is now set to head to the United States to investigate limb-saving healing therapies after being awarded a 2022 Fulbright Scholarship.