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16 April 2024

Ten researchers from ͼ have been awarded $3 million through the 2023 Advance Queensland Industry Research Fellowships.

The program supports collaboration with industry partners on research that aims to drive a resilient and inclusive Queensland economy.

The fellowships will support a range of ͼ projects, from the development of more effective disease control in Queensland’s livestock industries, to the creation of the next generation of targeted cancer therapies.

Advance Queensland Industry Research Fellowship recipients from ͼ:

  • artificial intelligence for crop breeding to enhance climate-resilient yields and quality.
  • targeted therapies and immunological responses for the treatment of cancer.
  • improved aluminium-ion battery manufacturing.
  • more effective disease control in Queensland’s livestock industries.
  • next-generation antenna systems for broadband satellite communication.
  • improved critical metal recovery from Queensland’s mining waste products.
  • artificial intelligence-based automated inspection systems for custom-made endografts.
  • technology to support the rehabilitation of mined land in Queensland.
  • will lead research on artificial intelligence-driven monitoring and management of mining waste products.
  • geochronological mapping to understand the potential of Queensland’s critical minerals to support the journey towards net-zero.

The fellowships are part of the

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