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Inspiring a future generation in human-centred engineering

Inspiring a future generation in human-centred engineering

What do dangerous goods, 3D printed water tanks and the art of storytelling have in common? Quite a lot – when you view them from a human-centred perspective. That’s what EWB’s University of Western Australian Chapter in partnership with Engineers Australia, did...
Stories from the field – Daniel Pires

Stories from the field – Daniel Pires

The Amazon River contains one-fifth of the world’s surface-level water. With two-thirds of the river snaking through Brazil, the sheer mass of water would appear to support a flourishing ecosystem and the citizens of Brazil’s sprawling cities. However, a mix of...
Regioneering in the west

Regioneering in the west

In June 2021, thirteen EWB volunteers from West Australian Chapters took a four-car convoy for a week-long trip, ‘regioneering’ their way through the state’s south-west. EWB’s Regioneering program aims to inspire students in remote areas to explore engineering...
Stories from the field – Kasey Williams

Stories from the field – Kasey Williams

Most high school students walk away from university open days with a bunch of flyers, drink bottles and a show bag from the snow club. Kasey Williams certainly did too, but she also gained valuable insight into the flourishing world of humanitarian engineering.  Kasey...
Stories from the field – Vikrant Gorasia

Stories from the field – Vikrant Gorasia

​​One day on his daily commute to primary school, they took a detour. Roadworks lead the school bus through Kibera, a neighbourhood that is home to Kenya’s largest slum. Outside the bus window, sewage was used as a domestic water source and layers of smoke formed a...