Engineers Australia overview

Engineers Australia provides its members with a foundation of history, governance and commitment. From this foundation we build benefits for the profession and its practitioners. We serve engineers — and Australia — with absolute dedication to industry, infrastructure and individual needs.

In the pages below you will find information on our history, regulations and societal roles. These aspects of Engineers Australia complement our services and add depth to the member benefits and diverse groups within our organisation.

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Australian biomedical engineers are using artificial intelligence technology to analyse brain signals from epileps… https://t.co/zzCkpiG7xY
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Water cloaking system could reduce drag in underwater vessels https://t.co/YPIiiZxDCd https://t.co/gelcphK5Ax
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ICYMI Australian biomedical engineers are using artificial intelligence technology to analyse brain signals from e… https://t.co/sZAyjytgxV
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We're hosting 3 International Women's Day events in major cities this year. Check out our page to find registration… https://t.co/H41HtCSSzz
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RT @ereharrison: Shout out to any engineers in London who want to join (or beat) me in a game of golf next Sunday 28 Jan? https://t.co/wac…
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ICYMI After 22 years as an Engineers Australia member, 17 years’ experience as a designer, and five years as an eng… https://t.co/FCtKsG6dHH
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ICYMI Engineers in Australia facing bad times? Or is this a hyped up statement? Opinion by Ray Pavri https://t.co/k4EfHEVrAF
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After 22 years as an Engineers Australia member, 17 years’ experience as a designer, and five years as an engineer,… https://t.co/D1Xt17MmVL
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Watch Victorian ANZAC Centenary Committee Chair Ted Baillieu on leading engineer Sir John Monash https://t.co/c6af7No4wM
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RT @EngAustraliaQLD: Any Qld early to mid-career female engineers out there who would like $5000 towards professional development? Check o…
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RT @rikkitweets: Super Scholarship for #WomenInPowerEngineering @Deakin Thanks 2 @AusNetServices - @DeakinSEBE @HapgoodK @WomenInSTEMM @St…
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ICYMI: Results of a new survey have revealed that 86% of Australian engineers believe renewable and alternative ene… https://t.co/ypz7oOuWAF