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Queensland University of Technology

Queensland University of Technology (QUT) is an Australian university with an emphasis on real-world courses and applied research. Based in Brisbane with strong global connections, it has 40,000 students, including 6,000 from overseas.


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The Binung Ma Na Du Cultural Stories and Living Histories on Wakka Wakka Country project

‘It’s about making our children feel proud’: how schools can learn about local Indigenous language and culture

Researchers worked with Wakka Wakka Elders and local community members to co-design curriculum resources for local schools.
Lorsqu’un locuteur en bonne santé ne parvient pas à trouver un mot de son lexique qu’il a l’impression de connaître, les spécialistes du langage parlent du phénomène du « mot sur le bout de la langue ». (Shutterstock)

Est-ce normal d’oublier des mots quand on parle  ? Quand doit-on s’inquiéter  ?

Nous avons tous déjà oublié le mot dont nous avions besoin au milieu d’une phrase, et nous connaissons la sensation de l’avoir sur le bout de la langue. Mais quand est-ce que l’on doit s’inquiéter ?
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Black comedy, political drama and a documentary about a cult: what we’re streaming this February

This month, our academics have suggested everything from a drama exploring the AIDS epidemic, to the latest outing from Marvel, to a documentary about a cult.
Benjamin J. Richardson

Private landholders control 60% of the Australian continent – so let’s get them involved in nature protection

Legally binding deals struck with landholders can help protect and restore the environment over the long term.
YouTuber Matthew Smith, who posts under the name DangMattSmith, takes a selfie with fans at VidCon Anaheim in June 2023. Unique Nicole/Getty Images

With the end of the Hollywood writers and actors strikes, the creator economy is the next frontier for organized labor

Even the world’s most successful creators can see their livelihoods threatened by social media companies that routinely change their algorithms and policies with impunity.


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