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Information Technology and Electrical Engineering

  • To build better batteries, you need to catch them in the act

    Emerging industries, from large-scale energy storage to electric cars, will need longer lasting batteries. But to build them, we need to know a lot more about what is limiting battery life.

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  • Innovators unlock the power of government big data

    One of the world’s biggest “hackathons” is back at UQ this month and the event’s participants will be targeting Australian government data.

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  • Better batteries for a better world

    The focus of research into batteries has undergone a shift from the blue-sky technologies of portable electronics and wearables to improving lithium-ion battery performance. Stephanie Moroz says this is good news for the future of electric vehicles and energy storage.

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  • Sun smarts to save lives

    Prevention is better than a cure, and with Queenslanders suffering the highest rates of skin cancer in the world, early education on sun safety is key. To address this, undergraduate engineering and business student Alana Clover has developed a wearable UV exposure-detecting device.

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  • UQ teachers gain global accreditation with Higher Education Academy

    EAIT Faculty's Associate Professor Lydia Kavanagh and the School of Mechanical and Mining Engineering's Dr Saiied Aminossadati have been celebrated for their commitment to teaching with prestigious Higher Education Academy (HEA) Fellowships.

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