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Sydney, Singapore researchers join forces

Engineers from the University of Sydney and Nanyang Technological University (NTU) in Singapore have agreed to collaborate on research into artificial intelligence, food technology, clean energy and waste management. The "faculty-to-faculty partnership" will see engineering and information technology students explore new ...

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UNSW tackles gender imbalance

The University of New South Wales aims to smash gender imbalance in engineering by bringing the number of females enrolled in the degree up to 30 per cent by 2020. As part of the initiative, more than 100 girls from ...

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Hope and ambition collide at STEM careers fair

Rihanna’s latest hit reverberated around the brick atrium of the National Innovation Centre, home to Cicada Innovations. The reason for the hip beats? 'Emerge': Cicada and government department UrbanGrowth NSW’s inaugural STEM careers expo. Backpack-clad students wandered from booth to ...

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Q & A with Andrew Chan

FedUni deputy dean for engineering and IT, Andrew Chan, talks about the many benefits of studying engineering, as well as crucial issues facing the industry today. By Antonia Maiolo. What areas of engineering are in demand? From an Australian perspective, ...

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Building bridges, tearing down walls

Civil engineer says more women should get involved in the field. By Antonia Maiolo. Hervey Bay woman Laura Taborda has proven that engineering is no longer a man’s job, and is encouraging more females to consider a career in the ...

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SPIN doctor

Spintronics is one of the newest branches of science – a multi-disciplinary field combining materials science, engineering and microscopy – offering “spectacular” potential for computer processors and data storage. The ideas discussed during the Worldwide Universities Network Spintronics Consortium could ...

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SHELL helps train oil & gas engineers at UWA

A new breed of engineering graduates from the University of Western Australia promises to lead the search, recovery and production of oil and gas into the future. For the first time, Shell’s “Introduction to Upstream Business” course has allowed 32 ...

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New program to drive links with industry

More than $249 million in funding will be available for engineering cadetships, industry training for PhD students, and specialized research hubs next year through a government program to boost competition and innovation in the country’s manufacturing sector. The Industrial Transformation ...

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