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Zarif Aziz, student at the University of Sydney shares his engineering work experience story; Working with Okra Solar, he's helped to provide long-term energy solutions to villages in Cambodia - that would otherwise have no access to power.
Have you got a desire to do good? A penchant for planet-saving solutions? Engineering is your ticket to making a grand world difference every day with your career. These sustainable engineering projects are overhauling the way we power, feed and build our world.
From verti-planes that act like flying cars, to a bioscout drone that results in more efficient agriculture, we take a look at the possibilities of future engineering.
Blockchain is innovating just about every industry - and financial engineering jobs are on the rise as a result. We break down your options for working with blockchain, and all the exciting places it could lead you!
Natural Language Processing is a branch of Artificial Intelligence which aims to improve communication between computers and humans. We speak to some of the researchers at Macquarie University to find out more.
Here's how you can get your hands on the Careers with STEM: Engineering magazine 2018 - there's free copies at every Aussie high school!
If the uni pathway isn’t the right fit for you, there are alternatives to university that can take you to the engineering dream.
UTS engineering is shaping the next generation of great data engineers and IT professionals, with extra support for young female engineers through the WiEIT program.
These Macquarie University environmental researchers are discovering green solutions to energy, fuel and medicine. Get these eco-experts in your corner with a degree in engineering at Macquarie University.
University of Melbourne Engineering and IT students are competing in UniMelb's Case Study Competition to design a campus of the future.
QUT engineering is about innovating common building practices, like ensuring the fire safety of pre-fabricated walls. With a $250,000 grant, QUT researcher Mahen Mahendran is researching the best practices for building safety.