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The Arduino and Why We Should Go For it

The Arduino and Why We Should Go For it

Some of you might have heard or even used an Arduino before. But for those who hasn’t, it’s not too...

Volunteer Positions with ARRP Now Open!

The Autonomous Robotics Research Program (ARRP) was founded in 2016 as a joint venture between some of the University of...

Three Possible Ways to Get ESI (ELEN30013) Bonus Marks!

Are you currently doing ESI and wondering what you can do to secure the mysterious X marks? Or probably you...

The Secrets to Cold Fusion

The Secrets to Cold Fusion

Cold fusion – also called the low-energy nuclear reaction (LENR) nowadays – is a theory where nuclear fusion would occur...

A Word from the President

A Word from the President

  Welcome back to University! The team has been working hard across the summer break to sort out some awesome...

Electrical Engineering resources you may not know about

Electrical Engineering resources you may not know about

Electrical engineering is intrinsically non-intuitive - our brains didn’t evolve to understand currents, voltages, charges and p- and n- doped...

Subject Spotlight: Embedded System Design

Welcome to a series covering the variety of electrical engineering subjects available at Melbourne Uni. This series hopes to give...

Getting Started with Electronics for Beginners

Whether you are just starting university or are taking ELEN30013 this semester, you may be intimidated to begin your journey...

The World’s Fastest Electric Car ”NIO EP9”

The “NIO EP9” is an electric-powered, two seat supercar which is manufactured by Chinese electric car maker NextEV. The company aimed...

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