Did you know that UQ has several behavioural science laboratories that house the very latest research technologies for human behaviour research? UQ’s behavioural science research labs, located in the Business School, the School of Psychology and the School of Music, have a variety of equipment including psychophysiological measurement tools that allow researchers to evaluate objective and unbiased responses to stimuli, Eye Tracking devices, Virtual Reality goggles and 3D cameras, Exoskeleton suits as well as programable robots.

These advanced research technologies offer fascinating insights into human behaviour across multiple discipline areas. They are a great resource when seeking to differentiate your research when competing for research grants, produce ground breaking PhD research and or target top tier academic publications.

If you would like to learn more about UQ’s Behavioural Science Capabilities and how you can incorporate such methods into your research, please come along to our showcase event. At this event some of UQ’s leading researchers in this space will be talking about and demonstrating the capabilities of our current equipment.

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*This event is open to UQ staff members.

About Business School Events

The Business School proudly hosts a range of events throughout the year, independently, in conjunction with The University of Queensland, and with our industry partners. Our events may appeal to audiences of prospective, current or past students, members of the public or industry professionals. 


Room 212
Sir Llew Edwards Building (14)
Collaborative Room
The University of Queensland, St Lucia