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  • PROFESSOR GORDON WYETH, EXECUTIVE DEAN, SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING FACULTY: At QUT Science

  • and Engineering faculty, we're changing the world through education and research.

  • ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR MIA WOODRUFF, QUT BIOFABRICATION AND TISSUE MORPHOLOGY GROUP: Here at QUT the

  • Biofabrication and Tissue Morphology group is really pioneering new and innovative ways

  • to maximise the impact of 3D printing in medicine.

  • PROFESSOR SAGADEVAN MUNDREE, QUT CENTRE FOR TROPICAL CROPS AND BIOCOMMODITIES: QUT is

  • focused on developing more resilient and nutritious chickpea and mungbean.

  • ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR BEN UPCROFT, AUSTRALIAN CENTRE FOR ROBOTIC VISION: QUT Robotics at

  • the Science and Engineering Faculty is unique because we create robots that see to enable

  • robots that do.

  • PROFESSOR GORDON WYETH: We're educating students and the wider community in science, technology,

  • engineering and maths.

  • Our courses are practical and relevant.

  • We deliver on campus, online and in the real world.

  • SANDI XIAN, QUT GRADUATE, IT CONSULTANT, KPMG: Practical learning and group based experience

  • at QUT really helped me to interact with different clients as well as working in a team at KPMG.

  • JOEL FERNANDES, QUT GRADUATE, MECHANICAL ENGINEER, AURECON: I think my favourite part about engineering

  • is the fact that everything I design gets built one day and it's a very tangible outcome.

  • I can see the building, I can walk around the building I designed and for me that's

  • really rewarding.

  • PROFESSOR GORDON WYETH: Our research in science, technology, engineering and maths is creating

  • new knowledge with impact around the globe.

  • PROFESSOR SAGADEVAN MUNDREE: We are using a native Australian resurrection grass as

  • a source of strategies to enhance both drought and disease resistance in chickpeas.

  • ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR MIA WOODRUFF: We're focusing on creating patient specific implants to treat

  • adults and children who are suffering tissue loss as a result of traumatic accidents, tumour

  • excisions or congenital birth defects.

  • ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR BEN UPCROFT: Cotsbot is a robot that we designed and built from scratch

  • from QUT Robotics research here to maintain and control Crown of Thorns starfish on our

  • Great Barrier Reef.

  • PROFESSOR GORDON WYETH: We're changing the world one idea at a time.

  • Come and be part of the team.

  • KATRINA BOURKE, CURRENT QUT GEOLOGY STUDENT: One of the really great things that I found

  • was the Natural Resources Society student committee.

  • That real sense of community that it fostered I found really, really valuable.

  • JOEL FERNANDES: The biggest project I've been involved with is the Sunshine Coast University

  • Hospital.

  • It's basically a brand new hospital that's being built on the Sunshine Coast and it's

  • probably one of the biggest in the Southern Hemisphere being built right now.

  • PROFESSOR SAGADEVAN MUNDREE: The advantage of studying at QUT is you have exposure to

  • world expertise, a range of technologies to deal with the global challenges.

  • ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR MIA WOODRUFF: Now is an exciting time to join this cutting edge research,

  • to really be part of the impact for improving the quality of life for people all around

  • the world.

  • PROFESSOR GORDON WYETH: This is where innovation happens.

  • Partner with us and help make an impact in the real world.

PROFESSOR GORDON WYETH, EXECUTIVE DEAN, SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING FACULTY: At QUT Science

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