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Mr Ravi Ravitharan and Mr Seemant Bansal.

Leading Australian railway research institute lends support to Indian Railways

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

Monash University’s Faculty of Engineering is embracing creativity with the installation of an inspiring large-scale artwork.

Future Women Conference

Women in engineering conference at Monash

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

Sunita Chauhan

Engineering endless possibilities - Professor Sunita Chauhan

Insatiable curiosity and a passion for fixing things by hand have driven world-leading bio-mechatronics and robotics expert Professor Sunita Chauhan since childhood.

Laure Bougeois

A new way of seeing - Associate Professor Laure Bourgeois

As the manager of an advanced electron microscope, Associate Professor Laure Bourgeois gets to see all sorts of fascinating things.

Nice Twinning

Elusive solar cells seen under microscope for first time

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

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

Mining engineers are the most employable engineering graduates in Australia, according to the latest data from Graduate Careers Australia.