UQ Biotechnology is a collaborative, transdisciplinary program drawing on expertise from several university faculties, institutes, government agencies and local industry.

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Video (right): Watch how student Ann Damien is creating change from her Biotech studies and industry placement.

Biotechnology at The University of Queensland section

What is Biotechnology?

 Literally it is technology that utilises living things as scientific tools to make a product or to solve problems. The Egypt...

Employment opportunities

There are more than 400 core biotechnology companies in Australia and more than 600 medical device companies, so there are many empl...

Examples of Biotechnology Research Projects

Booklet of examples of Biotechnology Research Projects at UQ available to Biotechnology Honours and Masters students (pdf document; 4.4MB)

Biotechnology PGCW Supervisor Approval Form

The Biotechnology Program Director's permission is required to enrol in a number of courses. Please complete and submit the Biotechnology Postgraduate Coursework Supervisor Approval Form by email to scmbbiotechnology@uq.edu.au.

What You Can Study: Bachelor of Biotechnology Majors

Biotechnology honours graduates from UQ are allowed 6 months credit towards a Master of Business

Course (subject) Profiles (descriptions) for Biotechnology courses

Find out more about our Biotechnology courses

Blackboard web resources for courses

Several of our postgraduate courses are supported by blackboard web resources and are found wi...

Biotech Links

UQ Biotechnology is a collaborative, transdisciplinary program drawing on expertise from several university faculties, institutes and local industry.

Local Industry Links

Find out more about Biotechnology organisations, including Ausbiotech-the peak biotechnology industry organisation in Australia.

Our Position on Biotechnology

Biotechnology is the use of biological organisms to produce products and services of value to society. The University of Queensland Biotechnology Program recognizes the worldwide need for new medicines and vaccines and the need to feed a g...

National and International Recognition for Biotechnology Programs

The University of Queensland's biotechology programs have been recognised by Royal Australian Chemical Institute and the U. S. Council of Graduate Schools.

Biotechnology at the Beach

Undergraduate biotechnology students spent an educational and fun weekend at the UQ Mo...
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