News file for: University of Queensland
Quantum technology inspired by algae could aid the development of ‘super-absorbers’ for energy storage.
An extensive survey and sampling campaign pinpoints aluminium sulfate coagulants as the cause of sewage corrosion.
A systematic review of autism spectrum disorders from 1990 to 2010 shows that the rate of autism has remained constant over the last 20 years.
A study of moraines shows that climate change has differential effects on the Northern and Southern hemispheres.
3D modelling reveals that dinosaur footprints at Lark Quarry were made by a herbivore, making the stampede theory unlikely.
The vaccine against Group A Streptococcus bacteria that can cause flesh-eating disease and heart damage is now in pre-clinical trials.
Based on bee vision, the aircraft landing system developed by UQ researchers is fully independent of GPS signals that can be blocked or hacked.
Computer model takes Australia a step closer toward a molecular characterization of autism that promises early detection of the disorder.
A research project investigating the use of sorghum as a sugar crop has been awarded a joint grant from the University of Queensland and the Chinese Academy of Sciences.
A single specimen of the Big-eared Bat, last seen in 1890 and thought to be extinct, has been found in Papua New Guinea.