Harnessing the potential of engineering to create an equitable reality for the planet and its people
Through partnership and collaboration, we’ve focused on developing skills, knowledge and appropriate engineering solutions for almost two decades.
Redefining engineering pathways through real-world education and research programs, from Primary to PhD.
Developing a future-fit workforce for a sustainable society through immersive learning experiences.
Facilitating meaningful, sustainable change in-community through local partnerships.
Technology development anchored by our unique human-centred engineering ethos.
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Our programs and projects aim to enable the sector and community to access to skills and technical expertise. Our work spans the Asia-Pacific region, with a focus on Cambodia, Timor-Leste, Vanuatu as well as Indigenous Australia.
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Exploring opportunities for native plants at the ‘Nguluway’ Local Design Summit
Pictured: Industry professionals and university students at the 2023 Local Design Summit held on Ngunnawal and Ngambri Country. The cultivation of native grains through careful land management was once central to Aboriginal life. However, following colonisation, the...
Drones, disasters and design – new STEM outreach for regional classrooms
It’s a sad reality: regional students all too often miss out on important educational opportunities that their peers in the city get to enjoy. When it comes to STEM outreach, many programs are run out of capital cities, which means regional school students can easily...
A climate resilient and community-led solution to sanitation challenges in Vanuatu
Caption: A launch ceremony for the Erakor Bridge community toilet held in October 2022. The ceremony was attended by community partners including the Vanuatu Ministry of Health, the Vanuatu Society for People with Disability, the Shefa Provincial Government Council,...
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