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Spotlight - AEMO Chairman Dr Tony Marxsen

Never lose your curiosity about how the world works. This statement still holds true for alum Dr Tony Marxsen (PhD 1976). Whether the Australian Energy Market Operator (AEMO) Chairman is delivering an on campus seminar on the SA Region Black System,

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Monash researchers triple the success in ARC Linkage Project $1.16 million funding

Congratulations to three Monash University researchers who have been successfully funded under the ARC Linkage Projects (LP) Continuous Round that began on 1 July 2016.

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Ana Deletic: Farewell to an outstanding Researcher and Academic

On Monday 12 June, colleagues from Monash University Faculty of Engineering farewelled Associate Dean of Research and Director of Monash Infrastructure, Professor Ana Delectic who has taken a new posting at the UNSW.

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Georgia Jaffray: Accomplished achiever – here and abroad

Monash University student Georgia Jaffray recently graduated with a double degree consisting of a Bachelor of Science and Bachelor of Engineering (Chemical), her latest achievement since moving to Melbourne from Tasmania five and a half years ago to

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Jordan Carter: An Indigenous student successfully engaged with his community and career

While Monash University graduate Jordan Carter studied his Bachelor of Engineering, majoring in Chemical Engineering, he also mentored his fellow Indigenous students through the Yulendj Indigenous Engagement Unit at Monash Clayton.

Monash secures over AUD $2 million for industry Linkage Projects

Monash University’s innovative, world-leading research and its strong engagement with industry have helped secure significant funding in the latest Australian Research Council (ARC) grants for Linkage Projects.

Monash University and Commercial Aircraft Corporation of China sign MOU to accelerate aircraft development

Monash University is helping China with its ambitious plans to develop advanced aircraft manufacturing through knowledge exchange and collaborative research in 3D printing technology, material analysis and treatment.

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Applications are open for the 2018 Vice-Chancellor’s Ancora Imparo Leadership Program

Want to broaden your personal horizons and move forward with an enhanced understanding of leadership principles AND gain experience presenting abstract and relevant ideas to large audiences?

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