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Lessons from the Christchurch Earthquake
News / Opinion

Lessons from the Christchurch Earthquake

Dr Helen Goldsworthy from the Department of Infrastructure Engineering discusses the need for a more cautious approach to structural design in Australia, following the Christchurch earthquake disaster.

Designing broadband applications to tackle pressing problems
Research

Designing broadband applications to tackle pressing problems

Researchers from The Melbourne School of Engineering are working with colleagues from across the university to take broadband applications out of the lab and into homes, offices and classrooms across Victoria.

University archives receive Michell papers
150th Anniversary

University archives receive Michell papers

In the 150th year of Engineering at the University of Melbourne, the University Archives has received a significant donation of papers relating to one of the School’s most distinguished graduates, AGM Michell.

THE World Engineering and Technology Rankings: Melbourne leaps five places
News / Slideshow

THE World Engineering and Technology Rankings: Melbourne leaps five places

The University of Melbourne has leapt from #30 to #25 in the latest Times Higher Education World University Rankings for Engineering and Technology.

PM’s Science Prize for David Solomon
News / Research / Slideshow

PM’s Science Prize for David Solomon

Professor David Solomon from the University of Melbourne, has been awarded the Prime Minister’s Prize for Science for his role in revolutionising polymer science.

Steve Jobs’ Legacy
News / Opinion

Steve Jobs’ Legacy

In an article for The Age, Professor Raj Buyya and Karthik Sukumar asess the massive impact Steve Jobs had on the ways we use and relate to computers and consumer electronics.