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.
At this year’s Pause Fest, MSE offers the public a glimpse into the future with an interactive stall.
An unexpected side effect is that, as 3D printing makes sports gear more customisable than ever, manufacturing is being returned to home soil.
Titanium alloys are a very special type of high-performance alloys due to their high strength and toughness, even at extreme temperatures.
Known fondly as the ‘Old Faithful’, the induction melter in Room 181 is an icon of the Department of Materials Science and Engineering.
We get back to basics with MSE students and staff. This month, Matthew Haldon talks 3D printing and body parts – jawbones, in particular.
Alexandra Shekhter is using her degree in MSE to help develop new materials and technologies for military aircraft.
An interactive stall at this year’s Pause Fest showcased five pioneering Monash enterprises and their recent work.
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