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Nicholas’ aspirations and life lessons help him secure the Pearl Duncan Teaching scholarship

CQUniversity Education student Nicholas Sailor had a lot of positive influences from teachers in his life which is why he is determined to be a role model for the next generation of school students.

29/10/2020

Win-win research aims to provide solutions to landfilling waste while generating Australian-standard diesel

Win-win research aims to provide solutions to landfilling waste while generating Australian-standard diesel

29/10/2020

Fruitful partnership leads to opportunity for greater pastures

Fruitful partnership leads to opportunity for greater pastures

28/10/2020

Ready for resilience as Gladstone Connects shapes innovative future

Gladstone business, industry and community leaders are determined to drive new manufacturing and tourism opportunities for the region, thanks to the Gladstone Connects project launched at CQUniversity Gladstone.

28/10/2020

ADFAS Visual Arts student prize acknowledges Jessica’s talent and perseverance

CQUniversity Visual Arts student Jessica Williams’ talents have been recognised with CQUni and the Australian Decorative and Fine Arts Society (ADFAS) of Rockhampton awarding her a $200 prize to further her studies.

28/10/2020

Townsville teams build their way through adversity at FIRST® LEGO® League challenge

For a fourth year, schools from across the Townsville region battled it out at the annual FIRST® LEGO® League (FLL) challenge for a chance to take home the Regional Championship trophy over the weekend (Sunday 25 October 2020).

28/10/2020

Sea flower restoration and tick education projects receive a boost with over $55,000 in grants

Two CQUniversity research projects have received more than $55,000 in combined grants to help to conduct citizen science projects that tackle important issues in Queensland.

28/10/2020

CQUniversity researchers calling for patient participants in intravenous study who live in regional, rural or remote areas

CQUniversity researchers calling for patient participants in intravenous study who live in regional, rural or remote areas

28/10/2020

From farm to family fridge, researcher changing how we value food

Food fuels our bodies, our minds, our communities and even our economy – so why do we throw away so much of it? CQUniversity researcher Dr David Pearson is on a mission to find out, and hopes that leveraging leftovers could help Australians save the $10 billion of food households waste every year.

27/10/2020