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Flying high at the America's Cup

13 Dec 2017

The world of maritime engineering research can take you to amazing – even glamorous – places. Associate Professor Jonathan Binns’ expertise in research and development of fast boats landed him in Bermuda and the location of yachting’s biggest prize, the 35th America’s Cup with top team Artemis Racing.


Explosive research to help build safer subs

13 Dec 2017

PhD candidate Steven De Candia is a leading example of the industry pathways training job-ready graduates to step into Australia’s ambitious multi-million dollar naval ship building program.


Technical skills an asset from ship to shore

13 Dec 2017

Extensive seafaring experience has helped one nautical science graduate become a leader in his field – this time in an onshore role.


Engineers of the future

13 Dec 2017

Budding engineers have been putting their theory work into practice using AMC’s world-leading education and research facilities as they compete in a series of annual undergraduate design competitions.


Solid foundation for naval shipbuilding career

13 Dec 2017

It’s a long way from the rural landscapes of Dalby in regional Queensland to the headquarters of one of the world’s biggest defence and security companies in Scotland.


New handlebar design puts cyclists on the fast track

13 Dec 2017

A new handlebar design that helps cyclists achieve a more aerodynamic position could be the key to Tasmanian Institute of Sport (TIS) athletes improving their performance on the track.


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PACIFIC 2019

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