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The graduate behind
COVID-19 home test technology

The graduate behind COVID-19 home test technology

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  • Meet UQ graduates Josh and Louise Daly, the scientists turned owners of Little Black Pug Café.
  • How a distinctive Aussie architect has built a career pursuing his passions.
  • When Ella Ceolin was in high school, she’d never heard of Indigenous western medicine doctors – now, with the support of the Tran family, she’s well on her way to becoming one.
  • For Syrian national and UQ student Youssef Eskifeh, engineering has been a lifelong dream. His journey hasn’t always been easy, but the support of the Trundle family – in memory of their husband and father, Roger – has helped him on his way.
  • Australian philanthropists Trevor and Judith St Baker are committed to making a difference.
  • During their life, Paula and Tony Kinnane were true patrons of the art – a patronage they have secured for generations to come through an $8 million bequest in 2016 supporting endowments in art and music education at UQ.
  • The Andrew N. Liveris Academy for Innovation and Leadership – made possible by a $13.5 million gift by Andrew and his wife, Paula – is poised to produce the next generation of leadership talent, with a cohort of hand-picked scholars and a curriculum that goes beyond just field-specific learning.
  • 2020 was a difficult year for many students, and Victorian Ng was no exception. But when she was considering reducing her study load to find work to support herself and her family, she received the much-needed news she had been awarded a Frank Finn Scholarship to support her in her finance studies.
  • When Ross Maclean pledged to support motor neurone disease at UQ’s Queensland Brain Institute, he knew he likely wouldn’t see the day a cure was discovered. Now, almost sixteen years after he passed away, the team is closer than ever.

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