Around 400 construction jobs and work for 35 ongoing will be generated from early 2020 when Queensland builds a $450 million renewable energy project.
A former hospital in Adelaide is being transformed into an innovation district that will include a mission control centre for orbiting spacecraft and a space discovery centre for STEM education.
*SPONSORED CONTENT* The Wise program was initiated in 2015 with the purpose of empowering women to further their financial understanding and take more control of their financial futures.
*SPONSORED CONTENT* Over the past 150 years, ExxonMobil has established itself as a world leader. Its operations in Singapore have been integral to the company’s innovations in solving lubricant challenges for customers.
The South Australian Division Committee has established a Diversity and Inclusion Committee, committed to enhancing the profession for the benefit of the community.
Engineers Australia South Australia is pleased to have appointed three new committee members to the 2019 SA Committee.
South Australian member Hayley Rohrlach, Senior Civil Engineer with AECOM, has been elected by her peers to the Chair position for Engineers Australia’s Women in Engineering National Committee in recognition of her capability and leadership skills.
Shell Australia has made a significant move forward with its Crux project by awarding the multi-million dollar contract to deliver the design of an offshore platform and gas export pipeline.
Electricity doesn't often first come to mind when you think about healing and caring for chronic and non-healing wounds, but that may be all about to change.
*SPONSORED CONTENT* Over the past 150 years, ExxonMobil has established itself as a world leader. Its operations in Malaysia have been integral to the company’s innovations in solving lubricant challenges for customers.
The inaugural Thought Leadership Forum for Engineers Australia International kicked off on the 24th January 2019 in Malaysia.
Engineers Australia Hong Kong Chapter successfully concluded their Annual General Meeting and Annual Dinner on Thursday 14 March, 2019.
Doha Environmental Actions Project (DEAP) is a volunteering organization leading the beach cleanup movement and the fight against plastic pollution in Qatar.
We caught up with the current president of the Qatar Chapter, Mustafa El Cherkawi, to hear a bit about his story in engineering and what he thinks about the future of the profession.
*SPONSORED CONTENT* As the focal point for the manufacturing community to come together, interact, connect, and be inspired, National Manufacturing will adopt a theme of ‘Industrial Evolution’ both the conference program and exhibition, in 2019
High strength cutting tools can now be 3D printed right here in Australia – something that will be of interest to aerospace and defence manufacturers and designers both here and abroad.
A large gas find in Indonesia, Australia's neighbour to the north, is one of the 10 largest found in the world in the last year, offering the potential for more jobs for Australian engineers.
Results of a new study have revealed that only a third of plastic packaging in Australia is recycled in the wake of a Senate inquiry that recommended all single-use plastics be banned by 2023.
Engineers Australia has once again hosted International Women’s Day events around Australia in an effort to share stories and celebrate the successes of women in engineering.
In universities across Australia, thousands of young people are packing into lecture theatres and classrooms as they settle into their first year as engineering students.
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