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Monash pours enery into clean water future

In a world-first initiative, engineers at Monash University have created technology that can transform contaminated water into purified water that is fit for consumption faster and more energy-efficiently than ever before.

10 December, 2018
Professor Jeff Walker

Professor Jeff Walker elevated to IEEE Fellow

For his outstanding work on airborne and satellite remote sensing of soil moisture, Jeff Walker, Head of Civil Engineering at Monash University, will soon be named as an Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) Fellow. Each year

3 December, 2018

Monash Materials Science and Engineering celebrates 50 years

This year, Materials Science and Engineering celebrates 50 years of ground-breaking research, innovation and graduates. Alumni, students and staff gathered at the Clayton campus to celebrate five decades of Materials Science and Engineering at

27 November, 2018

World-first Christmas campaign gives children a reason to smile

A partnership between young children living with Muscular Dystrophy (MD) and a group engineers at Monash University has resulted in a world-first Christmas campaign – complete with 3D Christmas decorations.

26 November, 2018

Monash Civil Engineering efficiently responds to level crossing Superload challenge

Monash Civil Engineering recently demonstrated how valuable it is as a partner to industry.

21 November, 2018
David McCathy

Monash Living Lab, a winning space for the future of urban water

Refurbishing a hydraulics lab on a university campus may not sound terribly exciting at first. Bring in Melbourne’s top designers and a vision by water engineer Associate Professor David McCarthy and we have a high-end research facility

19 November, 2018

World-first "smart drying" technology attracts IChemE Global Award

To extend the shelf life of Australia’s powdered dairy exports, such as infant formula, Cordelia Selomulya, Professor of Chemical Engineering, and her team at Monash have developed the technology to improve spray drying (using a hot gas to

16 November, 2018
Marielle Salom

First FLAMES scholar learns how to go after what she wants

When double degree student Marielle Salom applied for the Female Leaders Alumni Monash Engineering Scholarship (FLAMES), she was ready for its mentoring network to propel her towards a rewarding career. And she figured she met all the criteria. 13 November, 2018

Australian paper industry gets bio-overhaul thanks to new research hub

Australia's pulp and paper industries are set to be the beneficiaries of a new research hub that will look at transforming wood and other organic waste into everything from medicinal gels to food packaging.

26 October, 2018