Last week we covered radial engines, energy storage and weird and wonderful engineering traditions. This week we have medical marvels, scramjets and women in engineering. But who will take out number 1?
Laura Barnes, winner of WA’s 2021 National Association of Women in Construction (NAWIC) Outstanding Achievement in Construction Award, reflects on a career trailblazing through a male-dominated field.
Aerospace Engineer Alexander Ward hopes his reusable hypersonic plane will see his company become the national carrier in space.
Finding an internship can be difficult. This article about the new Engineers Australia Internship Hub really hit the mark for all the engineering students struggling to find a placement and firms wishing to offer them.
Engineers are devising groundbreaking surgical robots that could make some medical procedures safer and more precise.
1. Life changing value”: Australian engineers develop a device to help motor neurone disease sufferers
The most read article of 2022 continues the theme of engineering as a tool to improve lives showcasing a device developed by Australian engineers to help sufferers of motor neurone disease and other conditions control electronics with their thoughts.