Australia is a desirable destination for renewable energy investment. An Ernst & Young report has ranked us at number five globally in their May 2018 issue of Renewable Energy Country Attractiveness Index. We have this potential to become a renewable energy superpower, but are we being held back?
Professor at the School of Engineering, Sabu John, speaks about the necessity of blending engineering and management principles into the one postgraduate program.
Engineering is the backbone of the space industry, continuing to propel us – or least our imaginations – into galaxies far, far away. Rarely do we stop to think of the massive feats of engineering that go into making these dreams a reality.
Despite being an ongoing conversation for the last few decades, gender parity in engineering is still a distance away from being achieved.
Despite some of the negative connotations associated with the word, gentrification can actually have a positive impact on the community.
In order to invest in sustainable infrastructure, businesses will need to play an innovative role in shaping a new Australian engineering economy.
Environmental engineering has emerged as playing a crucial role in the development of sustainable living, and is highly active in the resources sector.