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Driving innovation and change

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The latest from LABS

Explore the latest Longitudinal Adolescent Brain Study (LABS) research results that are changing the way we approach youth mental health.

Koala vaccine trial underway

Professor Peter Timms is leading the Phase 3 rollout of a vaccine to protect koalas against chlamydial infection and to improve their chances of long-term survival.

Seaweed increases fish immunity

Pink seaweed Asparagopsis significantly increases the innate immune response of rabbitfish in latest research offering hope for a sustainable and viable option to traditional drugs used in aquaculture.


Health, medicine and well-being

Finding new ways to improve human health, improve quality of life and breaking new ground in the treatment and prevention of illness and disease.

Agriculture, aquaculture and forestry

Improving the sustainability of our natural environments and better managing our aquatic and terrestrial ecosystems.

Ecology and environment

Conserving and preserving eco-systems and addressing pressing issues such as climate change, endangered species preservation and habitat destruction.

Human behaviour, work and society

Understanding and impacting individual behaviour, society, organisations and systems in our world.

Research students

Explore your research and development opportunities at USC.

Clinical trials

Participate in research at locations throughout Southeast Queensland.

Giving to research

Every dollar has a lasting impact when you support research at USC. Create change in an area that matters to you.


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