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?
Engineering our future
The immense environmental, social and economic value that engineering and allied areas bring to the state are highlighted in the recently released Victorian State of Engineering Report.
New fixes for old traffic problems
Bringing transport systems into the 21st century means connecting all elements of the network – from the vehicles to the traffic lights, and even the pavements
Boeing Aerostructures Australia visits Parkville campus
Melbourne School of Engineering students had the chance to receive some unique insights into Boeing Aerostructures’ global aspirations and the internship and graduate employment opportunities they offer on Tuesday 31 July 2018.
AIMES world-first transport technology trial completed in Carlton
In a significant milestone for the Australian Integrated Multimodal EcoSystem (AIMES) project, a world-first trial of connected transport technology took place in Carlton on 11 July 2018.
Using maths to map mines deep underground
New optimisation software, inspired by the complexity of the microchip, could save the mining industry millions
How could soybeans help heal diabetic ulcers?
Using virtual reality to treat real-world injuries
Biomechanical technology that uses virtual reality can not only help treat injuries, but also prevent them
New engineering campus at Fishermans Bend
The University of Melbourne will build a new, seven-hectare campus at Fishermans Bend as part of its almost $1 billion commitment to create a world-class engineering school for the 21st century.
Major NHMRC Program Grant unites Australia’s best HIV researchers
Professor Frank Caruso from the Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering is part of a team of leading HIV researchers that was last week awarded $16 million in NHMRC funding.
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