Materials is your introduction to the stories of Monash MSE, as seen through the eyes of its students and staff
This year, Materials Science and Engineering celebrates 50 years of groundbreaking research, innovation and graduates. A party was definitely in order.
We partnered with fashion label Alpha60 in August to explore how 3D printing could change the face of fashion.
We get back to basics with MSE students and staff. This month, Matthew Haldon talks 3D printing and body parts – jawbones, in particular.
Chloe Badger is working on a solution to combat seven percent of the world’s human-made carbon dioxide.
Alexandra Shekhter is using her degree in MSE to help develop new materials and technologies for military aircraft.
Associate Professor Qiaoliang Bao tops a global list for his influence as a world-class researcher in materials science and engineering.
When used as an alloy, magnesium creates exciting possibilities for building more energy efficient and lightweight materials.
Where would materials be without machines? This month we pay a visit to the ferocious arc melter in New Horizons – capable of melting nearly everything.
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