Dr Kathryn Mumford wins international prize for Chemical Engineering Dr Kathryn Mumford wins international prize for Chemical Engineering
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News Dr Kathryn Mumford wins international prize for Chemical Engineering

Dr Kathryn Mumford wins international prize for Chemical Engineering

Dr Kathryn Mumford from the Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering has been awarded a major international prize for early career chemical engineering researchers.

Features Microscope mapping by touch drives emulsion innovation

Microscope mapping by touch drives emulsion innovation

Nanoscale mapping made possible by atomic force microscopy (AFM) is helping Professor Ray Dagastine to pioneer new ways to formulate emulsions and improve their functionality.

Events Simulation-guided engineering of fluids in the complex subsurface

Simulation-guided engineering of fluids in the complex subsurface

Professor Stephan Matthai will examine how computer-simulation based research and insights from complex systems science can help to assess the performance and environmental impact of subsurface engineering projects so that potential side effects can be eliminated prior to project implementation.

Opinion How to choose the best NBN plan for your needs

How to choose the best NBN plan for your needs

As the National Broadband Network (NBN) roll out continues, those privileged to have access to the network will be hunting for bargains when it comes to choosing a broadband plan.

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How to choose the best NBN plan for your needs
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How to choose the best NBN plan for your needs

As the National Broadband Network (NBN) roll out continues, those privileged to have access to the network will be hunting for bargains when it comes to choosing a broadband plan.

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Online community designed to support mental health for young people

Computing specialists and mental health professionals are collaborating to create a confidential online community that they hope can provide much-needed support for young people recovering from mental illness.

Regional Australia is crying out for equitable access to broadband
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Regional Australia is crying out for equitable access to broadband

Internet and broadband connectivity are the foundation of the networked economy. But to ensure the benefits of the networked economy are evenly distributed, the Australian government needs to ensure access to the internet to encourage and support innovation.

Celebrating our 800th PhD completion for 2016
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Celebrating our 800th PhD completion for 2016

Congratulations to Maria Alejandra Rodriguez Sossa from the Melbourne School of Engineering’s Department of Computing and Information Systems, who recently became the 800th graduate research candidate for the year to complete her PhD.

Intelligent controller to optimise robotic-aided stroke rehabilitation
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Intelligent controller to optimise robotic-aided stroke rehabilitation

The next generation of a robotic aid to help patients regain movement after a stroke is nearing completion as a result of an internationally collaborative initiative involving researchers at the University of Melbourne.

Fluid modelling helps predict heart disease outcomes
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Fluid modelling helps predict heart disease outcomes

The same mathematical equations and supercomputers used to model airflow around passenger jet liners are finding important new applications in medicine.