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News Shing Yue Sheung working on the neoNAV protoype.

BioDesign Innovation: Medtech startup success for Melbourne School of Engineering alumni

NAVi Medical Technologies, a startup co-founded by Melbourne School of Engineering and Melbourne Business School alumni, has received more than $200,000 in support for its development of a medical device that aims to improve health outcomes for critically ill newborns.

Features New command centres control emergency scene data

New command centres control emergency scene data

Sharing data from the multitude of sensors deployed at accident or disaster sites is the aim of a new research collaboration designed to improve the flow of critical information and response of those coordinating emergency services.

Events Public Lecture: Keeping the green lights on – Professor Pierluigi Mancarella

Public Lecture: Keeping the green lights on – Professor Pierluigi Mancarella

Can renewable energy meet our environmental responsibilities and still be affordable and secure? Join Professor Pierluigi Mancarella in this free public lecture.

Opinion Digital media are changing the face of buildings, and urban policy needs to change with them

Digital media are changing the face of buildings, and urban policy needs to change with them

Architecture has opportunities that it never had before, and urban policy needs to keep up with these developments. Niels Wouters from the Microsoft Research Centre for Social Natural User Interfaces discusses.

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Digital media are changing the face of buildings, and urban policy needs to change with them
Opinion

Digital media are changing the face of buildings, and urban policy needs to change with them

Architecture has opportunities that it never had before, and urban policy needs to keep up with these developments. Niels Wouters from the Microsoft Research Centre for Social Natural User Interfaces discusses.

Shing Yue Sheung working on the neoNAV protoype.
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BioDesign Innovation: Medtech startup success for Melbourne School of Engineering alumni

NAVi Medical Technologies, a startup co-founded by Melbourne School of Engineering and Melbourne Business School alumni, has received more than $200,000 in support for its development of a medical device that aims to improve health outcomes for critically ill newborns.

International workshop on powering communities to promote equality
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International workshop on powering communities to promote equality

More than 40 academics, engineers and government leaders from Asia will gather at the University of Melbourne this week to examine how renewable energy technologies and systems can reduce poverty, address social inclusion and improve gender balance.

It may not be beautiful but the new ten dollar note is pretty secure
Opinion

It may not be beautiful but the new ten dollar note is pretty secure

The new series of Australian banknotes are not a designer’s dream but they are the strongest yet in terms of preventing counterfeiting. Professor David Solomon from the Department of Chemical Engineering writes for The Conversation, along with Swinburne’s Professor Tom Spurling.

Public Lecture: Keeping the green lights on – Professor Pierluigi Mancarella
Events

Public Lecture: Keeping the green lights on – Professor Pierluigi Mancarella

Can renewable energy meet our environmental responsibilities and still be affordable and secure? Join Professor Pierluigi Mancarella in this free public lecture.

How diseases can be targeted using nanotechnology and why it’s difficult
Opinion

How diseases can be targeted using nanotechnology and why it’s difficult

The engineering of nanoparticles for biomedical applications remains challenging, particularly when moving from the test tube to biological environments. Dr Mattias Björnmalm and Professor Frank Caruso discuss.