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Super duplex stainless steel potential in advanced manufacturing

In the advanced manufacturing industry, a breakthrough in material science is poised to revolutionise the landscape of tough applications.

UQ boosts biomanufacturing industry with new cancer treatment hub

A newly launched research and manufacturing hub at The University of Queensland is spearheading the manufacturing of precise cancer drugs.

ARC supports mid-career researchers in industry partnerships

A total of 25 mid-career researchers are gearing up to collaborate with industry partners as they embark on a diverse range of projects funded by the Australian Research Council (ARC).

UQ researchers unveil 4D printing technology to revolutionise soft robotics

Researchers from the University of Queensland have introduced a new 4D printing technology that is capable of producing shape-shifting liquid metals for soft robotics. 

CSIRO teams up with universities for $18M safer workplace initiative

Australia’s national science agency CSIRO is teaming up with five universities to pioneer cutting-edge digital technologies aimed at ensuring the safety of Australians in the workplace.

Researchers identify new drug target to combat cancer drug resistance

Researchers at the University of Queensland (UQ) have identified a novel drug target that could potentially overcome drug resistance in cancer patients, thereby preventing tumour regrowth. 

University of Queensland, UK biotech company teams up for mRNA vaccine testing research

Researchers from the University of Queensland have collaborated with UK-based biotech company Oxford Nanopore Technologies to simplify and ensure the quality of manufactured mRNA vaccines. 

Human brains are naturally wired to act like supercomputers, confirms scientists in new study

The human brain is naturally equipped to perform intricate calculations, akin to high-powered computers, through a process known as Bayesian inference, according to a study published in the journal Nature Communications.

UQ researchers use 3D printing to develop new seawater-degradable plastic

Researchers from the University of Queensland are developing seawater-degradable plastic in a bid to curb marine waste. 

GMG achieves 500 mAh graphene aluminium-ion battery pouch cell prototype

Graphene Manufacturing Group (GMG) said it has made initial Graphene Aluminium-Ion (G+AI) Battery prototype pouch cells with a storage capacity of over 500 mAh, with a nominal voltage of approximately 2 volts. 
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