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  1. 27 January 2023 - Engineering & Technology

    Harvesting big energy from small movement

    University of Melbourne researchers have collaborated on a new material that can harvest up to 400 times more energy from movement than currently possible

  2. 24 September 2021 - Engineering & Technology

    What Victoria’s earthquake tells us about the safety of our structures

    Australia has earthquake safety regulations, but University of Melbourne experts say the earthquake reminds us about the safety of our buildings and structures.

  3. 27 April 2021 - Engineering & Technology

    New mobile sensor could transform testing for remote areas

    University of Melbourne engineers have developed a sensor that could be used for low-cost medical and environmental diagnostic testing in remote areas.

  4. 31 March 2021 - Engineering & Technology

    It’s critical we update flood guidance

    There’s been progress integrating climate change in engineering design; University of Melbourne experts say flood guidance must align with our changing climate.

  5. 21 January 2021 - Engineering & Technology

    Predicting risk of spinal fracture using bioengineering

    A first-of-its-kind predictive tool has been developed for spinal fracture in people who have osteoporosis, by a research team including University of Melbourne

  6. 8 October 2020 - Engineering & Technology

    A solution to engineering energy-saving smart materials

    A new way to engineer smart materials could combat energy wastage, making more buildings energy efficient, shows University of Melbourne research

  7. 28 September 2020 - Engineering & Technology

    From grapevine waste to a sustainable building material

    New University of Melbourne research finds grapevine prunings – an abundant source of agricultural crop waste – can be turned into recycled building materials.

  8. 7 March 2020 - Engineering & Technology

    Seeing inside arthritis

    On International Women's Day, University of Melbourne research develops new technology that can help predict your risk of developing a musculoskeletal condition

  9. 25 February 2020 - Engineering & Technology

    Wearable devices that use human energy

    University of Melbourne researchers are looking at new ways to capture, reuse and recycle energy made by the human body to power wearable electronic devices.

  10. 12 February 2020 - Engineering & Technology

    Making milk powder less energy intensive

    A pilot study including the University of Melbourne uses a cheese making by-product to concentrate milk, reducing the energy required in dairy powder production