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.
Six STEM stories to read this week
Catch up on some of the most interesting STEM news from around the world this week.
Using maths to map mines deep underground
New optimisation software, inspired by the complexity of the microchip, could save the mining industry millions
ARC grant helps biomedical engineers develop algorithms to restore sight
A Biomedical Engineering research group was recently awarded a linkage grant from the Australian Research Council.
How could soybeans help heal diabetic ulcers?
Remote drone surveillance maps horticulture crop health
Drones carrying high-resolution multi-spectral, hyper-spectral and thermal cameras are being used to develop monitoring systems to help growers assess the health of their crops.
Self-driving bus takes first tour of University of Melbourne campus
The University of Melbourne launched its own autonomous mini shuttle bus today to assist in integrated transport solution research and make transport safer.
Using virtual reality to treat real-world injuries
Biomechanical technology that uses virtual reality can not only help treat injuries, but also prevent them
Australian-first CAREN laboratory launched last week
An Australian-first state of the art Virtual Reality (VR) biomechanical facility that is vastly improving our understanding of human movement and how to treat and prevent injuries was launched last week.
Tansu Alpcan awarded seed funding for interdisciplinary research
Associate Professor Tansu Alpcan from the Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering has been awarded a seed funding grant of $75,000 from Northrop Grumman Corporation to work on an interdisciplinary research collaboration.
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