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Setting the record straight on broadband
News

Setting the record straight on broadband

Director of the Institute for a Broadband-Enabled Society, Rod Tucker, has written an article for The Conversation in response to some recent comments from broadcaster Alan Jones about the National Broadband Network.

L-R: Russell Thompson, John Haasz and Stephan Winter
Alumni / Research

Donor funds aid vital research into public transport solution

A project developing demand-responsive transportation that could help relieve the traffic woes of our cities has been made possible thanks to a generous donor contribution.

Dean’s Seminar Series: Joe Klewicki
Events

Dean’s Seminar Series: Joe Klewicki

Professor Joe Klewicki from the Department of Mechanical Engineering will present the next lecture in the Melbourne School of Engineering’s Dean’s Seminar Series.

The biomechanics of muscle function
Features / Research

The biomechanics of muscle function

Professor Marcus Pandy is leading a team of biomechanical engineers, who are conducting experiments to better understand muscle function in human movement, which will lead to improved rehabilitation and injury prevention programs.

Professor Rod Tucker
News / Research

Google to fund IBES collaborative research

Google has joined the IBES Industry Partner Program and will be actively involved in providing funding for broadband applications in areas such as health, education, e-government and e-business.

Report from the 2011 Research Symposium
Features / Research

Report from the 2011 Research Symposium

The Melbourne School of Engineering (MSE) held its annual Research Symposium on Friday May 13. The Symposium was well-attended with a mix of speakers and attendees from industry, government and research institutes, as well as Melbourne University and MSE colleagues.