Our people our researchers, students, alumni and staff use the knowledge and skills they have gained at the University to change lives in Australia and around the world. These stories capture some of their journeys, discoveries and innovations.
Professor Daniel Tan is exploring a new role for the agave plant as a biofuel.
Composer Sophie Spargo is proving herself a worthy modern successor to her hero, Mozart.
PhD candidate Joanne Mikl is combining two of her great passions: engineering and gymnastics.
PhD student Lara Malins is pursuing a vaccine to prevent epithelial cancers.
Professor Anita Bundy and her team are using recycling to make school playgrounds healthier.
Find out what our Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Indigenous Strategy and Services) has to say.
Unlike her fellow students, Lis Kirkby can draw on almost a century of experiences for inspiration.
Professor Salah Sukkarieh and his team are taking pilotless aircraft to new heights.
Researcher Chris Dickman and his colleagues visit the desert to discover how we can conserve endangered environments.
Rugby league player Corey Payne has only just begun to change lives around him, off the field.
Nanoscience may be about staying small but our new institute will ensure this science stays at large.
Chris Neff's research is challenging our thinking about one of our most feared predators.
The ground we walk on contains the potential to grow food to sustain us for years to come – if it is treated properly.
A voracious insect may help us unlock the secrets to preventing obesity.
Our finest minds are inspiring the next generation of science and mathematics teachers – in primary school classrooms.