Best in STEM: 10 stories you may have missed – January 2019
We’ve picked ten of the most exciting, intriguing and important pieces of research setting the scene for another year of stimulating STEM research in 2019.
12 of the best innovations and discoveries from 2018
Take a look back at some of the most amazing research and innovation from 2018.
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?
Celebration of the life of Emeritus Professor Len Stevens AM
Over 150 past and present colleagues, past students, family and friends came together on the 28th of November to celebrate the life of Emeritus Professor Len Stevens AM.
A look at the highlights from ‘A Smart Sustainable Future for All 2018’ Symposium
Increased extreme weather events and the challenges brought upon us by climate change will necessitate a new approach to how we think about disaster management.
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.
Memorandum of Understanding signed for future of connected transport
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.”
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.
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