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  1. Reflections on the Emory Global Health Case Competition


    This year a team of six University of Melbourne students won the Emory Global Health Case Competition (GHCC) in Atlanta, for the first time since the University began competing in 2014.

    ingenium.eng.unimelb.edu.au/2019/08/01/reflections-on-the-emory-global-health-case-competition

  2. Dr Mohammad Taha named one of Australia’s 30 most innovative by Engineers Australia

    Headshot of Dr Taha
    Dr Taha has been recognised for their work synthesising a self-modifying coating that adapts to its environment and limits heat radiation.

    ingenium.eng.unimelb.edu.au/2019/07/19/dr-mohammad-taha-named-one-of-australias-30-most-innovative-by-engineers-australia

  3. Associate Professor Andrew Zalesky named one of Australia’s 30 most innovative by Engineers Australia

    Andrew Zalesky standing next to MRI
    Engineers Australia magazine, Create, recognised two Melbourne School of Engineering academics amongst the top 30 most innovative. Here, Associate Professor Andrew Zalesky reflects upon this honour.

    ingenium.eng.unimelb.edu.au/2019/07/15/associate-professor-andrew-zalesky-named-one-of-australias-30-most-innovative-by-engineers-australia

  4. A 35 year career in IT sees rapid change; Dr Rod Dilnutt made Fellow of the British Computer Society

    Computer terminal c1987
    In a world where processing involved pens, paper and time, Dr Rod Dilnutt’s work with computers was an exciting and innovative new approach; a sign of progresses to be made.

    ingenium.eng.unimelb.edu.au/2019/07/08/a-35-year-career-in-it-sees-rapid-change-dr-rod-dilnutt-made-fellow-of-the-british-computer-society

  5. How the study of cheese microstructures helps develop better dairy

    Magnified image of cream cheese microstructure
    How the study of cheese microstructures helps develop better dairy

    ingenium.eng.unimelb.edu.au/2019/06/14/how-the-study-of-cheese-microstructures-helps-develop-better-dairy

  6. Making waves on the quiet: how submarines can avoid detection

    Jason Monty conducting research in wave tank
    How do you hide a massive submerged machine that produces a stream of disturbed water in its wake that becomes detectable once it rises to the surface?

    ingenium.eng.unimelb.edu.au/2019/05/23/making-waves-on-the-quiet-how-submarines-can-avoid-detection

  7. My life as a pinball machine

    Close-up of pinball bumper
    CEO and founder of Guava Insights and Get3D Simon Szwarc shared his career journey with students using the metaphor of a game of pinball – here’s some of what he had to say.

    ingenium.eng.unimelb.edu.au/2019/04/04/my-life-as-a-pinball-machine

  8. Bottling graduate success

    Dylan standing outside Cascade Brewery
    As a Master of Engineering (Chemical) student, Dylan Potgieter took every opportunity to gain industry insight. This month, he joins Carlton & United Breweries (CUB) as a Supply Management Trainee.

    ingenium.eng.unimelb.edu.au/2019/04/01/bottling-graduate-success

  9. Best in STEM: 10 stories you may have missed – January 2019

    internet network server room with computers racks and digital receiver for digital tv
    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.

    ingenium.eng.unimelb.edu.au/2019/02/11/best-in-stem-10-stories-you-may-have-missed-january-2019

  10. 12 of the best innovations and discoveries from 2018


    Take a look back at some of the most amazing research and innovation from 2018.

    ingenium.eng.unimelb.edu.au/2019/01/04/12-of-the-best-innovations-and-discoveries-from-2018

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