Meet us at the frontier: the furthest reaches of human knowledge and achievement, beyond which lies uncharted ground.

Launching Thursday 18 November, the Frontier Forum is a new space for meaningful, research-backed conversations about the major developments shaping our world.

Presented by the UQ Global Change Institute, this series of live, online events brings together leading researchers and experts from across the community who are at the coalface of significant global challenges.

Join us as we debate the issues, confront the broken systems, and get into some blue-sky thinking around where we go from here.

Hear from our host and moderator, Tegan Taylor, and sign up for our first event below:

Tegan Taylor link

First event: killer superbugs – a problem much bigger than human health

Bacteria are becoming increasingly impervious to the drugs we use to kill them, and we aren’t discovering enough new antibiotics to replace those losing their edge.
A superbug-driven pandemic has the potential to be far deadlier than COVID-19, and we're going to need a multi-sector 'One Health' approach, encompassing human, animal and environmental health, to tackle this issue.
Join our panel of experts online as they help us better understand the superbug threat – follow the link to discover more and register your interest.

Date:      Thursday, 18 November
Time:      6.00 –7.00 pm Brisbane (AEST)
Online:   Free (Zoom webinar link will be sent closer to the event)

First event: killer superbugs – a problem much bigger than human health

Thu 18 Nov 2021 6:00pm7:00pm