Posts tagged with Biomedical Engineering

  1. 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

  2. Professor Timothy Denison announced as speaker for the 2019 Graeme Clark Oration

    3D render of nerve cell
    Professor Denison’s presentation examines the idea of expanding bioelectronics to neurological disorders.

    ingenium.eng.unimelb.edu.au/2019/03/13/professor-timothy-denison-announced-as-speaker-for-the-2019-graeme-clark-oration

  3. 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

  4. 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

  5. Seemingly random seizures not so random

    X-ray of head in front of stylised neuron
    What do earthquakes, financial market crashes, wars and epileptic seizures all have in common?

    ingenium.eng.unimelb.edu.au/2018/12/12/seemingly-random-seizures-not-so-random

  6. Engineering and IT students showcase their futuristic innovations

    Watermelon with watermelon maturity device.
    Melbourne School of Engineering students today showcased their diverse and impressive creations as a culmination of their years’ work in an exhibition called Endeavour.

    ingenium.eng.unimelb.edu.au/2018/10/18/engineering-and-it-students-showcase-their-futuristic-innovations

  7. The Road to Endeavour: What it takes to engineer the future

    Closeup shot of 3D printer in action
    Follow the three teams taking us behind the scenes as they prepare for 2018’s Endeavour Exhibition

    ingenium.eng.unimelb.edu.au/2018/10/03/the-road-to-endeavour-what-it-takes-to-engineer-the-future

  8. 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

  9. 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

  10. 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

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