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Did you catch the Nova Rover Team on 9 News last night?
North American correspondent Alexis Daish followed the team's progress on Day 1 of University Rover Challenge, capturing some incredible shots of the Rover in action at the stunning Mars Desert Research Station.
Week one almost done - wishing all of our awesome Engineering students the very best of luck over the Semester 1 exam period. You're doing great!
Are you interested in vehicle design and would love a break from studying this Thursday 3pm? You are invited to join exterior designer for the BMW Group, Calvin Luk, for a special BMW Z4 Design Workshop.
Having worked on numerous successful BMW vehicles including the BMW X1, X3 and all new Z4, Australian-born designer, Calvin Luk, will provide an insight into his career and guide you through his sketching process.
Date: Thursday 6th June, 2019
Where: BMW Group Australia, 783 Springvale Road Mulgrave, Victoria
Time: 3.00pm – 4:00pm
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Top 10 in the world - congratulations to the Nova Rover Team for their incredible achievement in the 2019 University Rover Challenge, placing a very high 9th out of 86 teams worldwide!
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