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The ones and zeroes of life: Computational biology and the trajectory of scale
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The ones and zeroes of life: Computational biology and the trajectory of scale

Professor Justin Zobel, Professor of Computational Bioinformatics at the Department of Computer Science and Software Engineering, and Dr Ajay Royyuru, Head of the Computational Biology Center at IBM Research, discuss the challenges of computational biology and their work on the Genographic Project.

Alumni Profile: Dr Rachael Wall, PhD 2009
Alumni

Alumni Profile: Dr Rachael Wall, PhD 2009

Dr Rachael Wall completed her PhD at the University of Melbourne in 2009 and is currently employed at Golder Associates as a chemical engineer. Rachael completed a Bachelor of Chemical Technology at Massey University in New Zealand in 2003.

WISE – Women in Science and Engineering
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WISE – Women in Science and Engineering

Women in Science and Engineering (WISE) was established by mechanical engineering student, Sisi Ying, in February 2010 and affiliated with the Student Union in June 2010. It aims to inspire and attract more students into the fields of science and engineering.

Liquefied natural gas as an alternate fuel source for ships
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Liquefied natural gas as an alternate fuel source for ships

Associate Professor Michael Brear has commented on the use of liquefied natural gas (LNG), as a cleaner and more sustainable fuel source for ships, for an article in the Age.

Results from the Formula SAE-A 2010
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Results from the Formula SAE-A 2010

Congratulations to the University of Melbourne Formula SAE-Australiasia 2010 team who came fourth in the overall competition held from Thursday 9th December to Sunday 12th December, 2010 at Victoria University Industrial Skills Centre in Werribee.

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2010 Engineering Graduation

Saturday December 11, 2010, marked an historic occasion, when for the first time, the entire cohort of around 700 engineering students graduated at a single end-of-year ceremony. Degrees conferred ranged from bachelors, all the way through to PhDs.