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  1. Orica Engineering Design Prize Announced

    Jacob Rivera and Lee Rogers have been awarded the Orica Design Prize, recognising their outstanding design projects in Mechanical Engineering.

  2. MSE Welcomes new veski fellow

    Professor Kenneth Crozier, an expert in optical technologies has returned to the University of Melbourne through a veski innovation fellowship to work on an integrated program of research, education and commercialisation that will also involve training the next generation of Australian optical scientists.

  3. Becoming “digital blacksmiths”: Paul Mignone and Bernard Meade discuss 3D Printing for The Conversation

    University of Melbourne students from a range of discipline backgrounds recently took part in a 3D printing workshop, allowing them to become “digital blacksmiths.”

  4. First ever Indigenous Engineers Scholarship recipient on a pathway to a Geomatics career

    Bachelor of Science (Geomatics) student Adam Pyke is the inaugural recipient of the Indigenous Engineers: Engineering Pathway Scholarship, a new initiative supporting indigenous undergraduate Science students on a pathway to graduate engineering Study.

  5. Melbourne Accelerator Program Information Night

    Students, staff, alumni and members of the public are warmly invited to the 2014 MAP Information Night on Tuesday March 25.

  6. Engineering and IT ranks first in Australia across four subject areas

    Engineering and IT at The University of Melbourne has ranked number 1 in Australia across four engineering and technology discipline areas according to the latest QS World University Rankings by Subject.

  7. 2014 MAP Master Classes

    The Melbourne Accelerator Program (MAP) is excited to commence its Master Class Series for 2014.

  8. Alumnus honoured in Sri Lanka

    A Melbourne School of Engineering alumnus will be honoured in Sri Lanka this weekend at the Australian Alumni Excellence Awards.

  9. Dean’s Lecture: IBM Public Sector Chief Technology Officer and Vice President Dr Katharine Frase

    The Melbourne School of Engineering is proud to present our first Dean’s Lecture for 2014, with a leading international figure in the information technology industry: Dr Katharine Frase, Vice President and Chief Technology Officer of IBM Public Sector.

  10. Precision medicine expert to visit Melbourne

    A modern healthcare system would ideally combine biology, engineering, computer science and mathematics according to a leading international voice visiting the University of Melbourne this week.

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