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Queensland Industry Innovators to Upskill with Impact
Presence is working with Impact Innovation Group to deliver the Innovate Queensland program, which offers a range of skills-based and collaborative solutions for SMEs seeking smarter and more rewarding ways to benefit from innovation and technology commercialisation. Read more…

PR Media and Marketing Companion – 2015 Edition available now
Presence Communications founder Leanne Wyvill has contributed to this valuable resource. Get yours now…

New eBook helps outfox public speaking fears
Presence Communications has launched an eBook to help business professionals fight the urge to ‘chicken out’ of public speaking. Read more…

Game changing tactics at breakfast briefing
Presence joined OD Consulting and The Real Learning Experience to share insights about the importance of  trust, communication and intercultural intelligence for high performing teams. Read more…

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UQ is upping the ante on antibiotic resistance
Researchers at a new national research centre based at The University of Queensland are working to redefine antibiotic use in a bid to overcome antibiotic resistance. Read more…

Students psyched up after Indonesian experience
A group of six University of Queensland Psychology students have a renewed appreciation for their educational opportunities and student lifestyle after an intensive cultural experience in Indonesia. Read more…

Free retirement planning workshops for baby boomers
Baby Boomer couples can plan for a happier and healthier retirement with help from a new program developed at The University of Queensland. Read more…

Industry leadership builds UQ strength
Industry engagement at The University of Queensland has been strengthened with the election of Professor Karen Healy for a second term as National President of the Australian Association of Social Workers (AASW)Read more…

Hypermancer reveals social chatter insights in real-time
A new social media monitoring tool developed at The University of Queensland will help journalists, bloggers and public relations practitioners find out what the public is really saying about people, brands and trends while a conversation gains momentum. Read more…

Experts review Australia’s rise as a renter nation
Australia’s rising private rental market for low income and disadvantaged households will be open for inspection when housing experts gather for a free public symposium at The University of Queensland this Friday 24 October 2014. Read more…

Working to integrate social justice awareness into school curriculum
Fear-fuelled debates about banning the burqa may be banished to the history books if schools could focus less on accountability measures like NAPLAN results and more on integrating cultural diversity awareness across the curriculum. Read more…

Rivers and reefs researcher joins GPEM
Associate Professor Jacky Croke, Chief Investigator of the ARC’s ‘The Big Flood: Will it happen again?’ Linkage project, has joined UQ’s School of Geography, Planning and Environmental Management. Read more…

Global conservation society elects UQ researcher as president
Australia has a stronger voice in conservation, with the election of Associate Professor James Watson as president of the Society for Conservation Biology. Read more…

GPEM’s new UQ Research Fellow prioritises conservation decision-making
Award-winning marine conservation planner Dr Carissa Klein has joined UQ’s School of Geography, Planning and Environmental Management. Read more…

Supersized black hole found in ultra small galaxy
A supermassive black hole discovered in an ultracompact dwarf galaxy has prompted researchers to question if similar massive light-sucking objects may be far more common than previously believed. Read more…

Physicists pursue the power of light
An international team of theoretical quantum physicists is working on a way of absorbing light and storing it as energy. Read more…

No noise is good news for quantum systems research
It’s not just noisy neighbours that might keep quantum physicists awake at night – they’d rather be dreaming of a way to overcome the acute noise sensitivity holding back the progress of quantum systems.  Read more…

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