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Advance Queensland news | 17 April 18
Queensland business and industry will be thrust into the spotlight in London today when Minister for State Development, Manufacturing, Infrastructure and Planning Cameron Dick addresses UK business leaders to reinforce that Queensland is open for business and primed to partner with them.
Advance Queensland news | 15 April 18
As the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games (GC2018) enjoys its last day of competition, Queensland Rail has completed its own marathon on the Gold Coast line, clocking up more than 200,000 kilometres of train journeys during the past 11 days.
Industry news | 11 April 18 | UQ News
An augmented reality platform that brings fans into the match has won the inaugural HYPE UQ SPIN Accelerator Global Pitch competition held during the Commonwealth Games.
Advance Queensland news | 11 April 18
From the moment the last athlete leaves the Commonwealth Games Village next week, work will begin on transforming the Gold Coast Health and Knowledge Precinct into one of the most advanced health and knowledge innovation hubs in the Asia-Pacific.
Advance Queensland news | 10 April 18
The Palaszczuk Government is throwing its support behind new pioneering technologies to give our athletes that extra edge on the football field and in the swimming pool.
Industry news | 10 April 18 | ArtsHub
The health benefits of ballet for older Australians have been demonstrated in a new study conducted by Queensland Ballet and QUT.
Industry news | 09 April 18 | The Chronicle
Toowoomba Regional Libraries has secured a Queensland Government Engaging Science Grant allowing Toowoomba Regional Council to partner with science educator STEMPunks to deliver free drone education workshops across the region.
Industry news | 08 April 18 | The Queensland Times
Queensland start-ups and small businesses can apply for up to $250,000 funding to advance their innovative products and services.
Advance Queensland news | 05 April 18
From astrophysics to brain research and everything in between, Queensland scientists are pursuing scientific breakthroughs in every corner of the state.
Advance Queensland news | 04 April 18
As athletes from 71 countries prepare to compete at the 2018 Commonwealth Games, hundreds of people will form a human rainbow on the beach today to support the city’s diverse student population.
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