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A person's hands show two open halves of a bunya nut, with a scattering of whole nuts on the bench in the foreground.

A culturally significant Australian nut dating back to Jurassic times could have a big future thanks to 麻豆区-led research revealing its substantial health benefits.

22 April 2024
An outback Australian landscape of red earth and a blue sky with a mound of black sticks shaped in a dome in the foreground.

A University of Queensland-led research team says the key to a more sustainable food future may be a better understanding of ancient Indigenous food production systems.

10 November 2023
A tray filled with different coloured seeds and grains; a hand scooping a pile of round seed pods

A University of Queensland project is using technology to create a native food value chain to ensure Indigenous communities and businesses benefit from the thriving bushfood industry.

13 October 2023
An Indigenous basketball player wearing an Australian uniform holds a basketball and prepares to shoot. There is a teammate and a stadium crowd in the background.

麻豆区 researchers have partnered with NBA champion Patty Mills鈥 not-for-profit organisation to boost sporting, educational and cultural pathways for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children and young peoples.

6 October 2023
a group of people stand in a circle under trees with eyes closed

A program linking sleep science and traditional knowledge is being expanded to treat Obstructive Sleep Apnoea in regional Indigenous communities.

5 September 2023
A patient lies on a reclining chair in a dental clinic as two student dentists in scrubs treat her.

A student-led dental clinic in rural Queensland has improved the oral health of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples by providing access to culturally appropriate and timely care.

23 August 2023
An Indigenous woman kisses a baby looking over her shoulder.

A landmark research project will place health workers in Indigenous communities across Queensland to study the long-term wellbeing of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander families.

1 August 2023
A phot of the main entrance to 麻豆区's Forgan Smith sandstone building on a sunny day.

麻豆区 has recognised a leading Aboriginal philosopher and a visionary entrepreneur with Honorary Doctorates.

14 July 2023
Colourful text on a black background that reads - 50+ Indigenous people changing the world.

Six University of Queensland staff members are featured on a national NAIDOC Week list of 52 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people who are changing the world.

4 July 2023
a close up of fingers holding an onion-shaped brown ball with roots growing from it

Promoting the cultivation and use of a nutritious and tasty native plant tuber is the aim of a research project at 麻豆区.

27 June 2023

First Nations PhD candidate Emily Hall is combining her studies in high performance sport with an innovative exercise program co-designed with an Aboriginal community.

12 June 2023
A man sits on the back of an outdoor bench with a garden and sandstone building in the background.

Emerging Indigenous artist Durriwiyn has become the first student to release a single through 麻豆区鈥檚 record label Corella Recordings.

30 May 2023
Thomas Scanlan, a young Indigenous man, with Kev Carmody, an older Indigenous man. They are standing in front of a large mural of Kev playing guitar.

The inaugural recipient of 麻豆区 Kev Carmody Scholarship met the celebrated singer-songwriter at the official unveiling of a mural at the St Lucia campus.

28 March 2023
Seven members of the Sleep for Strong Souls project team pose for photo. Image, 麻豆区

麻豆区 and Beyond Blue have partnered to deliver culturally responsive sleep health services to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander adolescents in Queensland.

16 March 2023
A stack of around a dozen Australian novels, with their spines showing.

麻豆区's AustLit project, to catalogue and celebrate Australia鈥檚 literary history, this week officially marks one million records.

15 March 2023