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Resurrecting extinct species might come at a terrible cost

(University of Queensland) Bringing back extinct species could lead to biodiversity loss rather than gain, according to work featuring University of Queensland researchers.UQ scientist Professor Hugh Possingham said the research suggested...Show More Summary

Resurrecting extinct species might come at a terrible cost

Bringing back extinct species could lead to biodiversity loss rather than gain, according to work featuring University of Queensland researchers.

Queensland seeks public input for revised $4.1bn Cross River Rail plans

The government of Queensland in Australia is seeking public input for revised A$5.4bn ($4.1bn) Cross River Rail project.

South Australia need 121 on final day, Queensland need six wickets

5 hours agoSports / Cricket : The Cordon

Tom Cooper and Jake Lehmann steadied South Australia's chase after a wobbly start to end the third day 121 runs behind Queensland's target

Cracknel Road Estate, Annerley [Tarragindi], 1924

State Library of Queensland has an extensive collection of historical maps of Queensland, some of which have been digitised and can be viewed online. This Brisbane real estate map from 1924 advertises 312 allotments of land for sale at the Cracknel Road Estate. The map states the land is located in Annerley, however these streets are... Read more

Wildermuth gives Queensland the advantage

A wrap of the second day's play of the 8th round match between South Australia and Queensland

Zampa six-for scythes through Queensland

2 days agoSports / Cricket : The Cordon

A wrap of the first day's play of the 8th round match between South Australia and Queensland

Zampa six-for scythes through Queensland

2 days agoSports / Cricket : The Cordon

A wrap of the games on the first day of the eighth round of Sheffield Shield matches

Teenager expertly wrestles a live python out from underneath a car

What were you doing when you were 14? Eating Doritos and watching Buffy? Same.  But not Australia's Oli Wardrope. Instead, he's pulling live, massive snakes out of the bottom of cars. Before school, even. Queensland man, Yogi McDougall, posted the video to Facebook Friday, writing "All part of the job. Show More Summary

Christy Freeleagus, Prince of Commerce

Guest blogger: Toni Risson, 2016 Queensland Business Leaders Hall of Fame Fellow   Prospects were bleak on the windswept island of Kythera in 1900 so twelve-year-old Christy Freeleagus set sail for Australia. He was put to work opening oysters in a café basement. Christy believed that, if he opened enough of them, he would succeed... Read more

New method helps researchers piece together the puzzle of antibiotic resistance

Researchers from The University of Queensland's Institute for Molecular Bioscience (IMB) have developed a faster and more accurate method for assembling genomes which could help clinicians rapidly identify antibiotic-resistant infections.

Early rain-making experiments in Queensland

In Australia, water can be a scarce commodity, with various areas of the country suffering through prolonged droughts at times. Its no wonder then that several ‘cloud seeding’ (rain-making) experiments have been conducted in Australia. Show More Summary

Rural working men are finding wellbeing on grassroots Facebook pages

Luke Baker has worked in the most remote reaches of Australia and Papua New Guinea, but leaving his family is always a painful rupture. But Facebook is helping in surprising ways. Now based in Bundaberg, Queensland, he was sent to mining...Show More Summary

New Year's resolutions: Have yours gone up in smoke?

(Queensland University of Technology) It's more than halfway through February and for many those hopeful New Year's resolutions to make some positive changes have fallen by the wayside. A QUT neuroscientist has published a new book on how to train your brain to stick with them long-term.

Online daters ignore wish list when choosing a match

(Queensland University of Technology) Despite having a 'wish list' stating their preference for potential ideal matches, most online daters contact people bearing no resemblance to the characteristics they say they want in a mate, according to QUT research. Show More Summary

Cars and chlamydia killing Queensland koalas

Cars and chlamydia were the top causes of a dramatic rise in south-east Queensland koala deaths over the past two decades, according to a new University of Queensland-led study.

Hartley to miss first Shield game since 2007

6 days agoSports / Cricket : The Cordon

Queensland wicketkeeper Chris Hartley will miss his first Sheffield Shield match in nearly 10 years after breaking a finger while batting in club cricket at the weekend

This Robot Could Help With Weight Loss

Hello, the year is 2017 and a Queensland University researcher is conducting the first Australian study into the positive influence robots can have on your eating habits. Weight loss robots are going to be a thing, people - and you can help make it happpen. More »      

Hiking in Canungra, Queensland, 1936

Young lady hikers bound for the picnic ground after the arrival of the special excursion trains at Canungra, 1936 / John Oxley Library, State Library of Queensland.

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