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Engineering a safer future in Nepal
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Engineering a safer future in Nepal

How Nepalese student Tilak Pokharel is putting years of learning to good use rebuilding his country after it was smashed by a massive earthquake.

Why is it cheaper to send goods to New York than to Sydney?
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Why is it cheaper to send goods to New York than to Sydney?

Associate Professor of Transport Engineering Russell Thompson explains why shipping can be more expensive domestically than internationally.

New technologies to quench a thirsty world
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New technologies to quench a thirsty world

Pioneering engineering technologies mean farmers can use water more efficiently, helping address global water shortages and produce more food.

A city thrives on connectedness but access all hours makes privacy a problem
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A city thrives on connectedness but access all hours makes privacy a problem

Data driven services might transform the way we interact with our city, but where does privacy and equal access fit into this future landscape? Professor Stephan Winter and Professor Christopher Leckie discuss with The Conversation.

‘Future Mobility Sensing’: better travel data for a smarter city
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‘Future Mobility Sensing’: better travel data for a smarter city

New smartphone application the Future Mobility Sensing (FMS) app is currently being tested by the University of Melbourne to gather accurate travel and activity data. It is expected to provide more detailed travel information than traditional paper-based diaries.

Student guest post: How to apply for vacation work
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Student guest post: How to apply for vacation work

In between study, work and extra-curricular commitments, finding time to apply for vacation work is no easy task. To save you time, our Master of Engineering (Chemical with Business) student Justin Moscatelli reveals his tips for applying for vacation work.