College National Committees

Groups that focus on specific aspects of engineering disciplines.

Engineers Australia's National Committees complement Colleges by serving as the detailed counterpoint to their broad discipline focus. With a view of specific aspects of major disciplines, Committees allow for unique discussions, streamlined events, and focalised advocacy.

Delve into the pages below to learn more about the College National Committees of Engineers Australia.

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Meet the 'Smellicopter.' Engineers in the US have developed an autonomous drone that uses a live moth antenna to de… https://t.co/5kYc0NYQNW
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A new CSIRO study demonstrates that artificial intelligence (AI) can be used to influence human decision-making by… https://t.co/rswKuXKtyN
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When Daniel Bosco, Founder and Director of Bluey Technologies, got an enquiry on social media about buying his comp… https://t.co/54HOEgE01U
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When Jessica Kahl MIEAust CPEng started studying at @CQUni, she discovered two things: engineering is a rewarding c… https://t.co/Ue6dLpc7Ho
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The giant container ship Ever Given was successfully refloated almost a week after it became lodged in Egypt’s Suez… https://t.co/YhiPJ8k4Ri
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Stroke patients in rural and remote communities currently have to travel hours to receive time-critical care. A mul… https://t.co/bkCt5bMUXG
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Plans to close a critical product testing facility in Australia could have far-reaching implications for local manu… https://t.co/hkRurWdoPu
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“I think that there's always progress and changes and engineering solutions that come out of failures and fault - t… https://t.co/FqeUcSvyRQ