Alumni in Conversation: David Mah
At just 27 years old, engineering alumnus, David Mah has been the driving force and cofounder of three successful start-up businesses.
Launching us into the final frontier: 50 years of space research at Melbourne
50 years ago, a group of University of Melbourne engineering students began building Australia’s first earth satellite. Now, the University of Melbourne Space Program is well on its way to establishing itself as a driving force in the development of cutting edge space technology within Australia.
Symposium: Fifty Years of Space Technology at the University of Melbourne
The University of Melbourne Space Program, launched in late 2014, aims to increase humanity’s access to space. This public lecture takes a step back in time and explores where it all began, telling the story of a satellite launched by University of Melbourne engineering students in the 1960s.
3D Printing Showcase: 9 October 2015
Discover how new technology is shaping our world and meet with the people who are making it happen at the third annual 3D Printing Showcase.
What now for the NBN under a Turnbull government?
University of Melbourne Emeritus Professor in Electric and Electronic Engineering, Rod Tucker, discusses how this week’s dramatic events in Federal politics will impact on the National Broadband Network.
Melbourne now in global top 20 for Engineering and Technology
The University of Melbourne has jumped five places in the latest QS World University Rankings by Faculty and is now 18th in the world for Engineering and Technology for 2015 – 2016.
New membrane development agreement announced
The Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering has signed a research collaboration agreement with NuSep Holdings Limited (ASX:NSP) to develop new and improved hydrogel membranes that have greater biocompatibility and use cost effective large-scale manufacturing techniques.
University-led initiatives alleviate STEM gender imbalance
Recent government figures reveal sixty per cent of tertiary graduates last year were women, yet gender imbalance within the STEM industry persists.
Marita Cheng develops AI to help the blind experience the world
Melbourne School of Engineering alumna Marita Cheng is working in Silicon Valley on a new app that allows blind people to identify the world directly in front of them using machine vision technology.
Alumni in Conversation – Kenny Wang
Kenny Wang completed his Master of Engineering (Civil) in mid-2014. We caught up with him a year on, to hear about his time at the University and his exciting role with global energy company, Shell.
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