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Programming Challenge 4 Girls has got me thinking
Opinion

Programming Challenge 4 Girls has got me thinking

Jenny Luca, Director of ICT and eLearning at Toorak College, shares her thoughts about the Computing and Information Systems Programming Challenge 4 Girls, held at Melbourne University this week.

Venuemob: What we gained from the Melbourne Accelerator Program
News

Venuemob: What we gained from the Melbourne Accelerator Program

David Wei is a co-founder and director of Venuemob, a startup supported by the Melbourne Accelerator Program. Venuemob is an online resource that recommends venues for events. In this guest post, David shares his experience the Melbourne Accelerator Program, and making a start as an entrepreneur.

Young engineers’ bicycle project making a difference to Sudanese community
News

Young engineers’ bicycle project making a difference to Sudanese community

A group of volunteers coordinated by The University of Melbourne’s Engineers Without Borders (EWB) chapter and Sudanese Australia Integrated Learning (SAIL) is improving the lives of children from Sudanese refugee families through the Spokes in the Wheel project.

Seminar: Systems analysis of water-energy interdependencies in developing countries
Events / Research

Seminar: Systems analysis of water-energy interdependencies in developing countries

The Department of Infrastructure Engineering will be hosting a seminar about water-energy interdependencies in developing countries, presented by Dr Afreen Siddiqi, Research Scientist with Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT).

Bionic eye teams receive a boost
News / Research

Bionic eye teams receive a boost

Australian researchers welcome the Federal Government’s announcement of a funding extension for bionic eye research.

New Victoria-Indonesia partnership program
News

New Victoria-Indonesia partnership program

Associate Professor Colin Duffield, from the Department of Infrastructure Engineering, will lead a program to give policy makers in Indonesia a greater understanding of the skills and research required for successful Public Private Partnerships (PPP) management.