A year of success for AIMES – 2018 in review
2018 has been a year of progress for the Australian Integrated Multimodal EcoSystem (AIMES), a world-first living laboratory incubated at the University of Melbourne.
How open-source software is helping business improve its processes
The IT systems that support our modern business operations record vast amounts of valuable data daily – so how can they make the most of this?
Engineering our future
The immense environmental, social and economic value that engineering and allied areas bring to the state are highlighted in the recently released Victorian State of Engineering Report.
Giving a dam: University of Melbourne researchers appointed to Murray Darling Basin advisory committee
The Murray-Darling Basin Authority (MDBA) has announced the appointment of seven distinguished Australian scientists and engineers to the independent body that helps guide the Murray-Darling Basin Plan.
Engineering and IT students showcase their futuristic innovations
Melbourne School of Engineering students today showcased their diverse and impressive creations as a culmination of their years’ work in an exhibition called Endeavour.
Giving environmental water to drought-stricken farmers sounds straightforward, but it’s a bad idea
Deputy Prime Minister Michael McCormack has suggested changing the rules to allow ‘environmental’ water to be diverted to drought-hit farms. But the idea would be far less straightforward in practice.
The Road to Endeavour: What it takes to engineer the future
Follow the three teams taking us behind the scenes as they prepare for 2018’s Endeavour Exhibition
Memorandum of Understanding signed for future of connected transport
Making complex concepts understandable: 3MT People’s Choice winner Chinchu Mohan
3MT People’s Choice Award winner Chinchu Mohan chatted with us about the challenge of presenting research in only three minutes.
New project aims to improve life for mobility-impaired people
“This project truly delivers an immediate social impact that will fill an urgent gap in the current mobility and orientation space.”
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