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Leading Australian railway research institute lends support to Indian Railways
20 March, 2017
Monash University’s Institute of Railway Technology has entered into an agreement with a state-owned corporation in India to assist with the establishment of a new research and development institute to support the future of railways in India.
Art and engineering fused in startling new work
8 March, 2017
Monash University’s Faculty of Engineering is embracing creativity with the installation of an inspiring large-scale artwork.
Women in engineering conference at Monash
7 March, 2017
Women aspiring to careers as engineering academics have another reason to celebrate International Womens Day today – Monash University has just announced the return of a unique event specially designed to support women in engineering to progress
Engineering endless possibilities - Professor Sunita Chauhan
6 March, 2017
Insatiable curiosity and a passion for fixing things by hand have driven world-leading bio-mechatronics and robotics expert Professor Sunita Chauhan since childhood.
A new way of seeing - Associate Professor Laure Bourgeois
6 March, 2017
As the manager of an advanced electron microscope, Associate Professor Laure Bourgeois gets to see all sorts of fascinating things.
Elusive solar cells seen under microscope for first time
24 February, 2017
Researchers at Monash University have revealed the microstructure of next-generation perovskite solar cells for the first time.
Innovative Australian partnership to revolutionise water and wastewater filtration
17 February, 2017
Australian SMEs Clean TeQ and Ionic Industries have joined forces with a leading researcher from Monash University to develop next-gen water and wastewater filtration technology.
Mining engineering graduates in high demand
13 February, 2017
Mining engineers are the most employable engineering graduates in Australia, according to the latest data from Graduate Careers Australia.
Jacky reaps the benefits of exchange overseas and at home
9 February, 2017
One year ago, Monash University engineering and commerce student Jacky Song was preparing to travel to China. While he knew that he was going to spend time as an exchange student at Tsinghua University, he couldn’t have predicted what would happen
Leading materials engineer recognised with industry’s highest honour
11 January, 2017
An internationally recognised expert on material degradation from Monash University was recently honoured for his distinguished contributions to materials science and engineering by the prestigious organisation ASM International.
Leading turbulence researcher honoured by prestigious aerospace society
9 January, 2017
A leading figure in aerodynamics and fluid mechanics from Monash University is being recognised as an Associate Fellow by the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA).
Leadership Program students shine at annual dinner
21 December, 2016
A group of talented young engineers recently celebrated their completion of the prestigious Engineering Leadership Program at Monash University.
Monash smart traffic management solution
16 December, 2016
We’ve all noticed it. Traffic congestion is a growing problem. It’s not just an inconvenience, it’s costing our economy and we need to find solutions, fast.
An added dimension to Christmas decorations
16 December, 2016
Engineers at Monash University have embraced the Christmas spirit by turning the Woodside Innovation Centre into Santa’s workshop. A group of 10 PhD students recently donated their time to create 3D printed Christmas ornaments for Muscular
Monash Motorsport aiming for eight straight
9 December, 2016
If the Monash Motorsport team win the Australasian Formula Student event this weekend, they will extend their local winning streak to eight years in a row.
Priya combines study with social life on exchange
7 December, 2016
Monash University Environmental Engineering and Commerce student Priya Agarwal began her academic year on exchange as one of approximately 7,000 students at Monash University's largest international campus in Bandar Sunway, Malaysia.
Monash students finish tops in IEEEXtreme programming competition
1 December, 2016
Two teams of Monash University students recently finished amongst the top five in the world in a computer programming competition.
Gabi engineers a helping hand
24 November, 2016
Biomedical engineering student Gabi Newman has found a novel way to use her skills to help those in need. Gabi has been 3D printing assistive hand devices to donate to people who are missing fingers due to natural disaster, disease, war or birth
Lowering the driving age won't help young people find work: study finds
16 November, 2016
A Monash University transport study has found that lowering the probationary driving age in Victoria would not significantly reduce youth unemployment in regional areas.
Monash appoints international energy expert as Honorary Industry Fellow
15 November, 2016
A global thought leader on innovation within electricity networks has been appointed to a key advisory position with Monash University.