To commemorate a century since its establishment in 1910, the University of Queensland and UQP have collaborated on a stylish illustrated book. Featuring over 130 rare black-and-white and colour images, it will be a coveted memento of university life as well as a lively and informative narrative about its rich past and dynamic present. Little-kwn facts and much-talked-about triumphs come together in this celebratory publication - from the early challenges around its establishment to its current position as one of the top 50 universities in the world with 50 sites across Queensland and over 40,000 students. Nobel laureate Peter Doherty, Oscar winner Geoffrey Rush, Goverr General Quentin Bryce and velist David Malouf are among its alumni. Former Australian of the Year Ian Frazer (who discovered the cervical cancer vaccine) heads one of seven research institutes at the university - a long journey from a century ago when one research laboratory had sink, so students used buckets for their experiments.