Posts tagged with Research

  1. Forecasting the cycle of epileptic seizures


    Understanding seizure cycles, and being able to forecast when they will occur, has profound implications for better treatment of epilepsy.

    ingenium.eng.unimelb.edu.au/2018/09/17/forecasting-the-cycle-of-epileptic-seizures

  2. The STEM Six: the best of STEM this week (September 14 2018)


    Sit back, relax, and have a read through six of the best stories in STEM from the past seven days.

    ingenium.eng.unimelb.edu.au/2018/09/14/the-stem-six-the-best-of-stem-this-week-september-14-2018

  3. Implant & transplant innovations net $20,000 each from HealthTech Innovation Challenge


    Two teams from TRaM successfully pitched their medical technology innovations to win two of four $20,000 funding grants at the GCI HealthTech Innovation Challenge earlier this month.

    ingenium.eng.unimelb.edu.au/2018/09/06/implant-transplant-innovations-net-20000-each-from-healthtech-innovation-challenge

  4. New fixes for old traffic problems


    Bringing transport systems into the 21st century means connecting all elements of the network – from the vehicles to the traffic lights, and even the pavements

    ingenium.eng.unimelb.edu.au/2018/08/02/new-fixes-for-old-traffic-problems

  5. AIMES world-first transport technology trial completed in Carlton

    Majid Sarvi explains AIMES' transport trial to the Hon Paul Fletcher
    In a significant milestone for the Australian Integrated Multimodal EcoSystem (AIMES) project, a world-first trial of connected transport technology took place in Carlton on 11 July 2018.

    ingenium.eng.unimelb.edu.au/2018/07/18/aimes-world-first-transport-technology-trial-completed-in-carlton

  6. Six STEM stories to read this week

    Robot on futuristic background
    Catch up on some of the most interesting STEM news from around the world this week.

    ingenium.eng.unimelb.edu.au/2018/07/13/six-stem-stories-to-read-this-week

  7. Using maths to map mines deep underground


    New optimisation software, inspired by the complexity of the microchip, could save the mining industry millions

    ingenium.eng.unimelb.edu.au/2018/07/11/using-maths-to-map-mines-deep-underground

  8. ARC grant helps biomedical engineers develop algorithms to restore sight

    Photo of eye with futuristic overlay
    A Biomedical Engineering research group was recently awarded a linkage grant from the Australian Research Council.

    ingenium.eng.unimelb.edu.au/2018/07/04/arc-grant-helps-biomedical-engineers-develop-algorithms-to-restore-sight

  9. How could soybeans help heal diabetic ulcers?

    Soy bean plants at sunrise
    A one-year grant from the Ohio Soybean Council is helping two talented University of Melbourne researchers make better use of a soybean by-product, potentially providing higher revenue for farmers.

    ingenium.eng.unimelb.edu.au/2018/05/25/how-could-soybeans-help-heal-diabetic-ulcers

  10. Remote drone surveillance maps horticulture crop health


    Drones carrying high-resolution multi-spectral, hyper-spectral and thermal cameras are being used to develop monitoring systems to help growers assess the health of their crops.

    ingenium.eng.unimelb.edu.au/2018/04/27/remote-drone-surveillance-maps-horticulture-crop-health

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