The Swedish Steel Prize 2018 finalists have been named, revealing four innovative design concepts that utilize high-strength steel to achieve the highest possible performance. The winner will be announced at a ceremony in Stockholm on May 24.
Apr 14 - The forces of nature were on full display in New Zealand but so also were the forces of engineering when the Maintenance Engineering Society visited the Callaghan Institute in Lower Hutt for their Kaeser Compressors Network Evening in April.
Van Dinh Nguyen, a 25-year-old international student studying a three-year mechanical engineering degree at Ara Institute of Canterbury has been named 2018 Student Innovator of the Year by Engineering New Zealand.
Before December, Toi Ohomai engineering student Mandela Petersen knew very little about boats. Ask him now about component weights, pivot points and gravity points and he could rattle off enough figures and equations to leave most of us baffled.
Mar 29, 2018 - The Fellowships, along with this year’s winners of the President’s medals and Maclean citation were conferred in Wellington on Friday 16 March at our annual Fellowship Dinner, sponsored by WSP Opus.
2016 MacDiarmid Medal winner Professor Merryn Tawhai discusses how a fascination with mathematics and biology led her to developing technology for healthcare, and why New Zealand has the capability to become a world leader in this market.