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Green hydrogen has been claimed to be the clean energy source that could be an alternative to fossil fuels. But, what is it exactly?

Hydrogen. We have got plenty of it, it’s light, and it’s clean-burning! …


Mental Health Month is recognized each year in the month of October. We are taking this month to raise awareness around the mental health and well-being of fly-in fly-out (FIFO) workers and their families.

Commonly used in the mining and oil and gas drilling industries, FIFO jobs involve employing contractors…


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This article includes two scenarios that are part of the episodic structure of Squid Game, the Korean survival drama that is taking the world by storm. While this article doesn’t contain narrative spoilers, it does include two ‘games’ featured in the story arc of the show. If you haven’t binge-watched…


What are the most in-demand skills an engineer will need to learn for the future?

The future of technology has arrived and cemented its place in the professional workforce, prominently for engineers. No longer the next-big-thing, automation is now the reality; dominating most industries and transforming the ways we live…


Failure teaches us more than success.

Whilst on the surface it may sound seemingly absurd, this is a widely accepted thinking among the engineering field. Lessons will always arise in the face of disaster as the cause of failure can be exposed, reviewed, and corrected to make improvements.

In short…


Did you know that one of the oldest examples of aquaculture and hydraulic engineering is in Australia? In recognition of NAIDOC Week 2021, we are celebrating and recognizing the engineering achievements of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.

Lake Condah © Gunditj Mirring Traditional Owners Aboriginal Corporation

The Budj Bim Cultural Landscape is located in the traditional Country of…


The fanfare of major events like Apple Event’s or Samsung Direct has become synonymous with big tech unveilings of new flagship devices for major manufacturers. EIT Journalist, Adriaan Roets, shares his thoughts on one of the latest topical releases.

New products that seem odd upon unveiling often become more sensical later. AirTags, upon announcement in 2021, seemed daft to me because surely, its function was somewhat overly unnecessary and could remain tech-free.

We’ve survived so long without it, and it seemed like a product that is almost like a…


Paper. Something that has been around for thousands of years is getting reverse engineering treatment to help save the planet.

At the helm of the operation is trained electrical engineer Mahbub Sumon from Narayanganj, Bangladesh.

In 2018, he and three friends founded Shalbrikhkho and started their first project to create…

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