Department of Engineering

  • Training AI models to answer ‘what if?’ questions could improve medical treatments

  • Blast from the past - Engineers bring historic bowling machine back to life

  • Robotic nerve ‘cuffs’ could help treat a range of neurological conditions

  • Satellite manufacturer Exobotics founded by three alumni

  • Imperceptible sensors made from ‘electronic spider silk’ can be printed directly on human skin

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Latest news

Training AI models to answer ‘what if?’ questions could improve medical treatments

13 Jun 2024

Machines can learn to make predictions AND handle causal relationships. Researchers show how this could make medical treatments safer, more efficient, & more personalised.

Blast from the past - Engineers bring historic bowling machine back to life

10 Jun 2024

Engineers have reconstructed a historic bowling machine that bowled out players from the Australian cricket team during a visit to the city more than a hundred years ago.

Robotic nerve ‘cuffs’ could help treat a range of neurological conditions

05 Jun 2024

Researchers have developed tiny, flexible devices that can wrap around individual nerve fibres without damaging them.