The Queensland University of technology (QUT) is to appoint Australia’s first Chair in Digital Economy, which the university says, will put it at the forefront of shaping digital transformation in Queensland.
A car partly powered by its own body panels could be on our roads within five years following the development of breakthrough nanotechnology by Queensland’s University of Technology.
A new three-year project will see Queensland-based university QUT lead an international biosecurity research program involving unmanned aerial systems (UAS), otherwise known as drones.
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