• Support is key to breastfeeding success

    Keeping abreast of drugs to boost lactation

    While medicines used to boost milk supply for new mothers are generally safe, all options should be considered carefully, a University of Queensland researcher has cautioned.

    21 February 2018
  • Donald Trump

    How to win over followers and influence people

    If you think followers of your own political party are intelligent and hardworking while followers of the opposition party are ignorant and brainwashed, you’re not alone.

    14 February 2018
  • Jaclyn Narracott. Photo by Veisturs Lacis

    UQ alumni set for Winter Olympics

    University of Queensland alumni Pita Taufatofua and Jaclyn Narracott will compete this week at the 2018 Winter Olympics in PyeongChang, South Korea.

    13 February 2018

A “nightmarish” vision of a future in which technology makes physical education more boring, judgmental and narrow is driving a new study by a University of Queensland academic.

25 May 2015
Judges described Black and Proud as “dynamic and evocative”.

One chapter closes and another begins for University of Queensland’s Dr Gary Osmond – currently in the news for two of his books.

21 May 2015
Black and Proud cover art

One chapter closes and another begins for University of Queensland’s Dr Gary Osmond – currently in the news for two of his books.

21 May 2015
Being quicker between the ears can often be the most valuable form of speed

Each week University of Queensland School of Human Movement and Nutrition Sciences coaching and sports psychology experts offer their opinions on five topics where mindgames are at the forefront.

15 May 2015
Diabetes comes at a significant cost to the community, both emotionally and financially

A review of treatment limitations affecting 380 million diabetics worldwide has seen University of Queensland researchers featured in one of the highest-impact journals in science.

14 May 2015
A UQ body image expert is warning the ‘Dad bod’ craze is probably a load of baloney.

It’s whipped social media into a lather, yet a University of Queensland body-image expert is warning the ‘Dad bod’ craze is probably a load of baloney.

14 May 2015
Jefferson Mac and his guide dog Ice

Psychology graduate Jefferson Mac likes to joke that his orientation work with incoming students at The University of Queensland is a case of “the blind leading the blind”.

11 May 2015
It's the game inside

Each week University of Queensland School of Human Movement and Nutrition Sciences coaching and sports psychology experts offer their opinions on five sports topics where mindgames are at the forefront.

9 May 2015

If your social life is in need of a makeover, The University of Queensland could help in less than eight hours.

8 May 2015
A UQ study has found the more time we spend with people from another nationality the more empathy we have for them.

The more time we spend with people from another nationality the more empathy we have for them, University of Queensland research has found.

8 May 2015
UQ researchers have discovered how calcium is transferred into mother’s milk.

Breakthrough research at the University of Queensland has unlocked a mysterious process essential to breastfeeding.

7 May 2015
Children who are good at understanding the mental perspectives of others are rated by their peers as being popular at school.

Children who are sensitive to the thoughts and feelings of others are more popular in the playground, according to new research from The University of Queensland.

24 April 2015
A new UQ study has revealed that independent women have more romantic success.

Women have an outdated idea of what men want in a potential partner – and they should feel more comfortable being themselves, according to University of Queensland research.

23 April 2015

Adolescents will be able to use the internet to treat their Obsessive Compulsive Disorder thanks to a free initiative being run by The University of Queensland.

20 April 2015
UQ PPP Fear-less

University of Queensland researchers are seeking families of anxious children to participate in a ground-breaking intervention called Fear-less.

17 April 2015
Thought Sport

Each week three UQ School of Human Movement and Nutrition Sciences coaching and sports psychology experts offer their opinions on five topics where mindgames are at the forefront.

17 April 2015
Professor Richard Ryan

Thank you to Professor Richard Ryan, co-founder of Self-Determination Theory for sharing his research and insights in a guest lecture.

15 April 2015

Birth weight, the amount of time a mother spends with her child, and the education level of both parents will have more impact on a child than whether they attend a private or public school.

13 April 2015
Thought Sport

Each week UQ coaching and sports psychology experts will offer their opinions on five sporting events where mindgames will be at the forefront.

10 April 2015
Independent research has shown a UQ parenting program can help children with behavioural issues.

Parents of children with developmental disabilities can take heart from new research which shows that a University of Queensland program can reduce serious emotional and behavioural problems.

9 April 2015

Well done if you took your Easter eggs on a hike of Mount Coot-tha and only ate them once you reached the summit.

7 April 2015

A trip to the stunning shores of the Torres Strait Islands has reinforced the need to make a difference to dementia sufferers in even the remotest of locations.

7 April 2015

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