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Alumni in Conversation: David Mah
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Alumni in Conversation: David Mah

At just 27 years old, engineering alumnus, David Mah has been the driving force and cofounder of three successful start-up businesses.

Endeavour: showcasing tomorrow’s innovators and entrepreneurs
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Endeavour: showcasing tomorrow’s innovators and entrepreneurs

The Melbourne School of Engineering’s student-managed Endeavour program offers our final year students the opportunity to apply their learning to these real world issues, while sharing their passion for innovative engineering with academics, industry representatives and potential future students.

Dr Rikky Muller honoured in MIT Technology Review
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Dr Rikky Muller honoured in MIT Technology Review

Electrical and electronic engineering lecturer and Melbourne Accelerator Program (MAP) alumna Dr Rikky Muller has been named an honoree of MIT Technology Review’s Annual Innovators Under 35 list, recognised for her development of emerging technologies in the field of Engineering and Medicine.

Crossy Road wins Apple Design Award
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Crossy Road wins Apple Design Award

Crossy Road, an app co-created Master of Engineering (Software) student Andy Sum, has been awarded the Apple Design Award at this year’s WWDC Conference.

Why did the chicken cross the road? Software student takes the App Store by storm
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Why did the chicken cross the road? Software student takes the App Store by storm

Current Master of Engineering (Software) student Andrew Sum and his business partner Matthew Hall have mesmerised iPhone users with their new App, Crossy Road. Since its release three weeks ago, the game has been downloaded by over 7.1 million people. with users spending combined 566 years playing the arcade-style game.

Wade Institute to foster next generation of entrepreneurs
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Wade Institute to foster next generation of entrepreneurs

A new institute dedicated to developing the next generation of entrepreneurs has been made possible thanks to a $10-million donation from University of Melbourne alumnus Peter Wade.