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$4 million collaboration to advance global broadband
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$4 million collaboration to advance global broadband

A $4 million ARC linkage grant between NEC and the Melbourne School of Engineering was officially announced last week. The collaboration will advance wireless broadband communication systems, dramatically increasing data rates for mobile devices, and will help deliver broadband services to remote locations that cannot be serviced by optical fibre.

Electrical engineering graduate wins global IET award
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Electrical engineering graduate wins global IET award

Kyle Slater has won the Institute of Engineering & Technology (IET) global student engineering competition at the 2010 IET Ambition Awards, for his final University of Melbourne electrical engineering project, SoundBeam.

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Outstanding paper award at ITS World Congress

Han Wang and Stephan Winter were the authors of a paper that won an Outstanding Paper Award at the ITS World Congress in Korea.

The secret life of shampoo: Bubbles and droplets through the eyes of engineers
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The secret life of shampoo: Bubbles and droplets through the eyes of engineers

Associate Professor Ray Dagastine and Dr Rico Tabor, from the Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering, discuss their research into bubbles and droplets and their role in our world, in a wide range of industrial processes from consumer products to greenhouse gas absorbtion.

Growing bodily tissues: An engineering perspective
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Growing bodily tissues: An engineering perspective

Hear Associate Professor Andrea O’Connor, from the Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering, discuss her research into tissue engineering and its future possibilities.

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Defence Science Institute announced

The University of Melbourne has joined the Defence Science and Technology Organisation to establish a Defence Science Institute that will use cross-disciplinary research to solve complex, long-term challenges for the Australian Defence Force.