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In the news: Bionic eye promises vision for the blind
Monash University is preparing to launch technology that should allow blind users to make out objects and other people.
Technology to help reduce milk wastage
Ahmet Sekercioglu from the Department of Electrical and Computer Systems has received an industrial grant under the Technology Voucher Program for a collaborative project with Iqbal Gondal from the Faculty of Information Technology.
Nanomaterials expert joins elite ranks
Professor Yuri Estrin of the Department of Materials Engineering was among the 20 new fellows who were formally admitted to the Australian Academy of Science during the Science at the Shine Dome 2013 conference in Canberra last week.
Graduate lands a role in high-flying project
Olga Trivailo, who is undertaking her PhD at Monash's Engineering Faculty, is an external candidate at the German Institute of Space Systems and part of the team behind the SpaceLiner project.
Dr Marie-Faith Fiawoo Memorial Scholarship Fund
A scholarship fund to support students in Engineering has been established in memory of Dr Marie-Faith Fiawoo, a post-doctoral Research Fellow in the Department of Materials Engineering, who was tragically killed in the wall collapse in Carlton in late March.
On the wings of Fulbright success
A Monash University aerospace researcher will initiate a collaborative research project at Princeton University developing biologically inspired renewable energy technology after being awarded a prestigious Fulbright Postgraduate Scholarship.
New horizons for Australia's manufacturing industry
To be headquartered at Monash University, a new manufacturing innovation precinct, which will help drive the resurgence of the industry, has been announced by the Australian Government.
Faster-than-superfast internet, and why we can't have it (yet)
Professor Arthur Lowery explains some of the hurdles to delivering super-fast internet to our homes.
Three cheers for Six Stars rating
The New Horizons building at Clayton campus has received the honour of being the first Monash building to be awarded a Six-Star design rating under the Green Building Council Australia Green Star system of holistic environmental ratings.
Coveted awards for rail researchers
Researchers from the Institute of Railway Technology (IRT) have taken out two prestigious awards for their research on rail weld fatigue and fracture in railway tracks supporting high axle loads.
Fulbright scholar on cusp of geological discovery
A Monash University researcher will study at the University of California - Santa Barbara (UCSB), focusing on geological changes caused by devastating earthquakes, after being awarded the Fulbright Victoria Postdoctoral Scholarship.
Clinician and engineer work together to solve asthma
The innovative collaboration between a paediatric surgeon and an engineer to find a new approach to solving lung diseases such as asthma recently featured in a newspaper article.
International structural engineering expert joins Monash
Respected engineering researcher and university administrator Professor Frieder Seible commences work as the new Dean of the Faculties of Engineering and Information Technology at Monash University.
Prestigious fellowships for Monash researchers
A microbiologist and a materials engineer from Monash University are among the 22 researchers honoured by their peers with election to the prestigious and influential Australian Academy of Science (AAS).
Professor John Sheridan ends term as Deputy Dean
Professor John Sheridan will end a ten-year term as Deputy Dean of Engineering when he steps down on the 31st of March. He will be replaced by Professor George Simon.
Improving the flow of the fibre optic freeway
Monash University researchers have played a pivotal role in the invention of an energy-efficient method of increasing the data capacity of optical networks to the point where all of the world's internet traffic could travel on a single fibre.
Noel Murray Scholarship
In honour of Professor Noel Murray, The Faculty of Engineering is is offering a $40,000 p.a. tax-free equivalent scholarship package for Monash University students graduating with a First Class Honours degree in civil engineering.
Dr Alan Finkel has been re-appointed Chancellor of Monash University.
Monash Motorsport on track
Monash Motorsport's 2012 Formula Society of Automotive Engineers (F-SAE) Championship winning race car was on display at this year's Formula 1 Australian Grand Prix.
Meet our new Academic staff Esther Ventura-Medina
We would like to welcome Dr Esther Ventura-Medina to Monash.
The Department of Chemical Engineering to host "The Australia-China Workshop on Novel Carbon Capture Technologies"
The Australia-China Workshop on Novel Carbon Capture Technologies will be held on the 20th and 21st of March at the Ibis Hotel, Glen Waverley.
A high-flying future for Australian Manufacturing
The Monash Centre for Additive Manufacturing (M-CAM), built to drive the establishment of high-end, waste-free, tailored manufacturing for the aerospace industry was launched in Melbourne today.
Water ways - the city liveability challenge
Around the globe, city dwellers and planners are rethinking the way we capture, store and manage urban water. A new Australian centre, with more than A$100 million and a spectrum of expertise on tap, is ready to lead the way.
Eyes on new horizons
Some of the country's greatest minds are meeting in a space custom-built for collaboration - and the possibilities are endless.
Monash in Malaysia produces another award winner
For the first time, an Engineering student of Monash University Sunway campus has won the distinguished Sir John Monash Medal for Outstanding Achievement.
Carbon sponge could soak up coal emissions
Emissions from coal power stations could be drastically reduced by a new, energy-efficient material that adsorbs large amounts of carbon dioxide, then releases it when exposed to sunlight.
Engineering at Monash Sunway "top rated in Malaysia"
The School of Engineering at Monash University Sunway campus received a Tier 5 (Excellent) rating by the Malaysian Qualifications Agency, making it one of the top rated engineering schools in Malaysia.
John Monash: a remarkable life
Get a rare insight into the extraordinary life of Sir John Monash, an engineer, military leader and public administrator who was a pillar of Melbourne society in the early 20th Century.
Australia Day Honours for Monash Engineering
Alumnus Clive Weeks (BE (Hons) 1969 and (MEngSc) 1972 and Emeritus Professor Owen Potter from the Department of Chemical Engineering were among those recognised in the Australia Day 2013 Honours List.
Nanosponge filters out herbicide poisons
New research has demonstrated the potential of a new kind of nanomaterial to filter out environmental toxins in water.
Rest in Peace Emeritus Professor Paul Grundy
The Faculty of Engineering is sad to announce the passing of Emeritus Professor Paul Grundy earlier this month. With heavy hearts we remember this brilliant man and his achievements.
Artificial intelligence award success
Actively contributing to artificial intelligence (AI) research has seen a professor of engineering at Monash University win an Australian Artificial Intelligence Foundation Award.
MPA Supervisor of the Year Award 2012
Dr David McCarthy of the Civil Engineering Department has been named the Monash Postgraduate Associations Supervisor of the Year for 2012
Light metals alliance to manufacture better future
A new Australia-China collaboration between research and industry leaders could transform the high-end manufacturing and aerospace industries of both countries, leading to both cost and carbon emissions savings.
Tri-University Research Workshop on Advanced Engineering
The 2012 Tri-University Research Workshop on Advanced Engineering was hosted by Central South University on 6th-8th December 2012 in Changsha, China.