Historian delves into Coast’s sporting heritage20 Jan
A University of the Sunshine Coast researcher who is investigating the Sunshine Coast’s sporting history hopes her work will also shed light on other important aspects of the region’s past.
International students to return to USC19 Jan
The University of the Sunshine Coast is celebrating the imminent return of international students to its campuses across South East Queensland and the Wide Bay Burnett region.
Swimwear designer draws the line at fishing waste18 Jan
Animal Ecology graduate El Pierce, who expanded her passion for the marine environment to designing swimwear made from recycled fishing nets, is a finalist in a national competition for aspiring young female entrepreneurs.
Research paves way for more sustainable roads13 Jan
New research by the University of the Sunshine Coast could enable wider use of plastic recycling technology to reduce carbon emissions in road construction across the globe.
Coastal erosion may force retreat from the sea12 Jan
Giving up land to the sea needs to be one of the options considered for responding to serious erosion events along our coastline, says a University of the Sunshine Coast researcher.
USC opens high-tech lab to improve urban areas12 Jan
A new laboratory at the University of the Sunshine Coast is packed with equipment that will help town planners design urban environments that are more comfortable to live in.
Ironman awarded Sport Australia scholarship23 Dec 2021
University of the Sunshine Coast student athlete Hayden Cotter has been awarded a prestigious Sport Australia Hall of Fame Scholarship for 2022.
Speculative fiction reveals deep truths of legal system23 Dec 2021
Movie audiences are often exposed to the deeper aspects of the modern legal system as they enjoy fantastic tales about superheroes and arch-villains, says University of the Sunshine Coast Senior Lecturer in Law Dr Timothy Peters.
What to expect from a La Niña summer21 Dec 2021
School’s out, the borders are re-opening and many of us are looking forward to hitting the road to visit friends and family, days at the beach and exploring the great outdoors – but is La Niña going to play nice?
How children's minds 'light up' at Christmas21 Dec 2021
While adult Australians ponder the big questions of the 2021 festive season such as how far families can travel and whether rain will ruin gatherings, many young children are firmly focused on one big moment – the overnight visit by Santa Claus.
Dietitian wins big at 2021 Sydney Royal Fine Food Show15 Dec 2021
A University of the Sunshine Coast nutrition academic’s fermented food and drinks have won a swag of awards at one of the country’s top fine food competitions.
Graduate works to stop crime via cyber forensics14 Dec 2021
A University of the Sunshine Coast graduate who gained a medal for her scientific skills and academic achievement is now working to help the community as a digital forensics officer for a national government agency.
Clinical trial of potential treatments for abnormal blood lipid levels14 Dec 2021
USC Clinical Trials is partnering with Arrowhead Pharmaceuticals to assess potential new treatments for abnormal blood lipids.
USC part of global efforts to tackle obesity in Pacific Island children14 Dec 2021
The University of the Sunshine Coast is part of a global network working to boost food provision and nutrition education in Pacific Island nations, where obesity rates are among the highest in the world.