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News New Wet Labs provide world class experience for Masters students

New Wet Labs provide world class experience for Masters students

For the first time in years, engineering Masters students at the University of Melbourne, have had the opportunity to get their hands dirty, while learning more about the consolidation of clayey soils, thanks to the recent refurbishment of the Melbourne School of Engineering’s (MSE) Wet Labs.

Features Dr Yongping Wei: pioneering water research between China and Australia

Dr Yongping Wei: pioneering water research between China and Australia

Dr Yongping Wei completed her PhD at the University of Melbourne and she is now developing new approaches to water resource management in Australia and China, with funding support from an Australian Research Council Future Fellowship.

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Affordable batteries for green energy are closer than we think

While batteries represent a substantial proportion of the cost of electric vehicles, a meta-analysis of current battery costs and future cost predictions, reveals that battery pack costs per kilowatt hour have been decreasing rapidly in recent years and the decrease is expected to continue.

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New Wet Labs provide world class experience for Masters students
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New Wet Labs provide world class experience for Masters students

For the first time in years, engineering Masters students at the University of Melbourne, have had the opportunity to get their hands dirty, while learning more about the consolidation of clayey soils, thanks to the recent refurbishment of the Melbourne School of Engineering’s (MSE) Wet Labs.