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Engineers possess a rare combination – a seamless blend of the practical and the creative. It’s a profession that tackles society’s challenges and makes the world a better place to live. And what better place to study engineering than the best faculty for engineering in Australia* - that’s us.

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Monash showcases microgrid to energy industry

The Monash University microgrid will be on display to industry this week at the inaugural 2019 Monash Energy Conference. The conference will bring together Monash academics and experts from industry and government across a range of energy-related disciplines, and provide a snapshot of current advances, initiatives and future trends in the energy domain at Monash and beyond.

Additive Assurance unlocks the next generation of metal 3D printing

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Additive Assurance, a company based on research from Monash University to commercialise a metal 3D printing quality assurance technology, has launched with investment from IP Group.

E-TEC transforms Monash Engineering students in the tropics

Last month, 30 Engineering students from the Clayton campus, on exchange at Monash Malaysia, embarked on our first ever Engineering-Tropical Exchange Challenge (E-TEC). This new 10-day enrichment program immersed them in intercultural experiences that have changed their lives forever, personally and professionally.

22 August 2019

Should Australia be investing in nuclear energy?

The Australian government is launching an inquiry into the possibility of building a nuclear power industry in Australia. Some will see this as a good thing – another low-carbon tool in the toolbox that we need to combat climate change; others will see it as a dangerous path to go down with the (difficult to quantify) risks of a nuclear accident and issues around dealing with radioactive waste.

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How robots are transforming the construction industry

Monash University is at the cutting edge of research and development in structural innovation and smart construction. Within the Department of Civil Engineering Professor Yu Bai and his team of researchers are breaking boundaries and improving the way sectors of the construction industry are operating by the introduction of fibre reinforced composites, robotic technology, and the adoption of artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning.

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* Times Higher Education (2018-2019)