Physics

Team behind FREO2 life-saving oxygen technology wins Eureka Prize

September 17 / 197

A University of Melbourne team developing a life-saving oxygen supply system for the world’s poorest areas has won the 2017 ANSTO Eureka Prize for Innovative Use of Technology.

Tiny SkyHopper CubeSat to search for answers to big questions in astronomy

July 17 / 195

Researchers from the Faculty of Science and the Melbourne School of Engineering are working to design, build and launch into space a small but powerful ‘fast-response infrared telescope’, a nano-satellite known generically as a CubeSat.

Physics and maths skills stretched to the limit!

December 15 / 173

Indigenous high school students put their maths and physics skills to the ultimate test with a precision bungie jumping competition at the University earlier this month.

University community scoops the pool with five Melbourne-Boston fellowships

November 14 / 149

A French horn player, a bioinformatician, two science teachers and a physicist have received 2014 Hugh Rogers Fellowships for travel to Boston.

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