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.
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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.
The final report into the causes of the structural damage to Sydney’s Opal Tower says the damage could have been avoided if an engineers’ registration system was in place along with other key recommendations.
As engineers and builders now look to fix the major problems caused at Opal Tower, is it time state and federal governments take the common-sense approach and adopt recommendations that have been around for years?
The Avalon International Airshow, recently held from 26 February to 3 March, proved to be a valuable opportunity to promote the engineering profession to students.
Engineers Australia today celebrates the life of former Queensland President Michael A. Wilke, who sadly passed away on Tuesday 19 February.
A decline in student enrolments in engineering courses, in particular from Australian students should be ringing alarm bells according to a report by Engineers Australia.
A Federal Government committee is investigating the potential convergence of new energy sources and automation, such as hydrogen-powered trains, and is about to hold its first hearing in which three peak organisations will present their views.
A group of international aviation engineering companies has teamed up to standardise and improve the quality of documentation for the retrofitting of aircraft and to provide a voice to resolve issues that affect certification approvals.
Not all superstars work on the stage or screen and even less have engineering degrees, but a lecturer at Deakin University's School of Engineering has been named a Superstar of STEM in a new prestigious national program that promotes the achievements of women in the sector.
SPONSORED CONTENT: Cardno CEO and Managing Director, Ian Ball today announced the appointment of Chief Digital Officer Nicola Dorling to his global leadership team along with the appointment of a Chief Technology Officer, Elena Schamp effective 11 February 2019.
SPONSORED CONTENT: Cardno CEO and Managing Director, Ian Ball has announced the appointment of Jamie Alonso to the position of Chief Executive Officer of the company’s Asia Pacific Region effective immediately.
Australia’s first driverless metro train has passed its first full test with flying colours, having recently travelled along the entire 36 kilometres of Sydney’s $8.3 billion Metro Northwest rail line.
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