Biomedical engineer Professor Hala Zreiqat has been awarded a Member of the Order of Australia in the recent Queen's Birthday Honours in recognition of her work on bone substitutes, representing further recognition of an engineering career peppered with international accolades.
Unmanned Aerial Vehicles are being trialled by Air New Zealand on external aircraft inspections during maintenance in Singapore and the potential is there for use in New Zealand.
Engineers Australia has recently held three Thought Leadership Forums in Singapore and Hong Kong, this is part of a series which will cover a variety of topics in the Engineering space.
A tiny crack in a bridge, dam or building can result in catastrophic consequences, however, a system being developed that uses artificial intelligence to detect these anomalies may soon be able to avert disasters.
Communication is the key to success in ‘Safety in Design’ processes and reducing WHS risks through an asset’s lifecycle according to industry expert, John Giles.
Quality in Engineering Panel (QEP) hosted a seminar on the net-zero energy and age-friendly housing (the Team University of Wollongong Desert Rose Project) on 2nd May 2019 at Harricks Auditorium, Chatswood.
Five budding young engineers from across Australia have won awards at the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair in the US, showing that dedication and tenacity definitely pay off.
Space engineers in the US have been busy with the launch of 60 internet satellites as part of an orbiting broadband system that will cross the paths of many of Australia's ground stations 2-3 times a night.
Engineers Australia congratulates the Coalition and Prime Minister the Hon Scott Morrison MP on their re-election and welcomes the Government’s new ministry.
More than 30 local engineers and industry representatives recently gathered at Engineers Australia’s Tasmania office for the presentation of the 2019 Diversity Scholarships, which support young female students to embark on their engineering qualifications, and facilitate industry partnerships and work experience opportunities.
Environmental engineer Charlotte Wang believes we should consider the place of engineering in society, how technology affects culture and the environment, and the impact engineering advice and recommendations make in decision-making in large organisations and politics.
Western Australia launches State STEM Skills Strategy.
Brisbane City Council is building a greater transport network to get residents home quicker and safer with more travel options, less congestion and better public transport.
How Engineers Australia’s Public Affairs team is helping engineers get their voices heard.
Morrison Government's three commitments to the engineering profession.
It has been the most surprising result in Australia since 1993, with Hon Scott Morrison MP taking office as Prime Minister.
On Saturday the 6th of April 2019, members of Engineering Australia (EA) Qatar Chapter visited the JW Marriott Hotel construction site located at West Bay, Doha, Qatar.
The Department of Civil and Architectural Engineering at Qatar University (QU), in collaboration with Engineers Australia (EA), hosted a workshop titled “History of Our Roads - Pavement Deterioration: A Study in Qatar” at the College of Engineering on Wednesday 20th of March 2019.
Aerospace engineering students at Monash University in Victoria have placed second in the 30,000ft flight division at the Australian University Rocketry Competition (AURC).
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