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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.

Engineering & technology

Monash University jumps into Space Age with 3D-printed rocket engine

Monash University engineers have test fired a rocket they built using 3D-printing technology.

Engineering & technology

Monash & HP Alum driving megatrends

The global “megatrends” of mobility, blended reality, and 3D printing are driving future technology development, but what are the skill-sets required for success in this age of digital disruption?

Engineering & technology
3d

Monash University and Commercial Aircraft Corporation of China sign MOU to accelerate aircraft development

Monash University is helping China with its ambitious plans to develop advanced aircraft manufacturing through knowledge exchange and collaborative research in 3D printing technology, material analysis and treatment.

Industry & partnerships
Monash Amaero announcement

Melbourne hosts the world’s largest 3D printer – and it’s open for business

The biggest powder bed 3D printed metal aerospace component is on display at the Melbourne International Airshow at Avalon.

Engineering & technology

Monash University helps drive startup economy in Australia and beyond

Monash University today welcomed the Universities Australia report, Startup Smarts: Universities and the Startup Economy, confirming the essential role of the universities sector in fuelling Australia’s startup economy and future

University news

Engineering exceptional outcomes through collaboration

As a joint professor of the Monash Warwick Alliance, Professor Neil Cameron is both an excellent example and strong advocate of the value of collaboration in research.

Engineering & technology

Prescott Family Foundation lecture series: What does a modern worker look like?

The way we work is in constant flux, turbo-charged by demographic, technological and social changes. What does the present world of work for the modern worker look like? What can younger people today expect from their career?

Business
L-R: The Hon Tony Smith MP, Professor Xinhua Wu and Monash President and Vice-Chancellor Professor Margaret Gardner.

Research and industry unite to revitalise Australian manufacturing

A $9 million research and development hub with the potential to boost Australian manufacturing by optimising 3D printing opened in Melbourne today. Jointly funded by the Australian Research Council (ARC)...

Engineering & technology