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Melbourne School of Information recognised as an international i-School
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Melbourne School of Information recognised as an international i-School

The Melbourne School of Information (MSI) has been elected onto the international i-School caucus. The i-School caucus is the peak international body focussed on programs and research that sit at the intersection between information, people and technology.

Engineering students helping communities in the developing world
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Engineering students helping communities in the developing world

Engineering students at the University of Melbourne are using their skills to pursue humanitarian engineering projects in the developing world.

World’s greenest supercomputer comes to Melbourne
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World’s greenest supercomputer comes to Melbourne

The University of Melbourne will soon be home to the world’s greenest supercomputer and one of Australia’s fastest supercomputers.

IT researchers preserving remote PNG languages
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IT researchers preserving remote PNG languages

Researchers from the Melbourne School of Engineering are travelling to remote Papua New Guinea to trial a mobile app that will document and preserve the region’s unique dialects; languages that are at critical risk of being lost forever.

Connecting our older community with technology
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Connecting our older community with technology

Associate Professor Frank Vetere is leading a research project, which will investigate the use of mobile and broadband technologies to alleviate social isolation in older people.

Marita Cheng is Young Australian of the Year
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Marita Cheng is Young Australian of the Year

Melbourne School of Engineering student Marita Cheng has been named Young Australian of the Year, in recognition for her work inspiring young women to pursue studies and careers in engineering.