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Rice husk grist to the cement mill: new student developed technology
Features

Rice husk grist to the cement mill: new student developed technology

Students from the University of Melbourne have developed a revolutionary machine to create low-cost, environmentally sustainable building materials, which is expected to have substantial applications in developing countries.

Mechanical Engineering students honoured with Orica Design Prize
News

Mechanical Engineering students honoured with Orica Design Prize

Three Mechanical Engineering students are the joint winners of the Orica Design Prize, recognising their outstanding project work undertaken as part of Mechanical Engineering design subjects during 2014.

Marita Cheng: Diversity Award Finalist
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Marita Cheng: Diversity Award Finalist

Marita Cheng has been selected as a finalist for the GEDC Airbus Diversity Award, which supports increasing diversity in the global community of engineers.

Faezeh Marzbanrad, 2014 Len Stevens Scholar
Alumni

Young researcher working to fight foetal mortality with the help of the Len Stevens Scholarship

Electrical Engineering PhD student Faezeh Marzbanrad will work with a top research team in the USA, looking at improved methods for evaluating foetal wellbeing, thanks to a prestigious scholarship from the Melbourne School of Engineering.

A Betterway to Drive Around Melbourne
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A Betterway to Drive Around Melbourne

University of Melbourne PhD students Sarah Erfani and Lida Rashidi are designing a better way to get around our city’s streets. By using a load-balancing tool to predict congestion, Sarah and her team are creating an app that helps drivers find real-time shortcuts.

The Handbook of Recycling: Working towards a Greener Future
News / Research

The Handbook of Recycling: Working towards a Greener Future

Every year, Australians produce over 18 million tonnes of waste. But by improving our knowledge of what can be recycled and how we can do it, we can create a positive future for our environment. Addressing recycling in his recent book, Honorary Infrastructure Engineering Professor Markus Reuter has been recognised by the ISWA for his understanding of recycling processes and implications.