Engineers play a valuable role in developing innovative solutions that can help in the fight against both desertification and drought.
Perth has beat out Melbourne and Sydney to be name the sixth most livable city in the world in the The Global Livability Index 2021.
On World Oceans Day, we are recognizing the pivotal role engineers play in improving the health of earth's oceans. Here are three engineering initiatives that are helping to protect and clean up the seas.
World Oceans Day is an international day that takes place annually on 8 June. The UN recognized observance aims to offer gainful narratives from scientists and environmentalists on the role each human can play to save the earth’s oceans.
As the effects of climate change become more apparent, green engineering trends are the key solutions to promoting sustainable change.
At its core, engineering is the application of science and math to solve problems. However, it is when it becomes a human experience where engineering feats truly shine.
There are many feats of engineering across the world that make people stand back in awe. From the Statue of Unity in India to the Danyang–Kunshan Grand Bridge in China, these colossal projects are a testament to the skills of engineers globally.
Here are five impressive feats of engineering that we think are worth a mention.
Be at the forefront of improving and saving lives by studying biomedical engineering at the Engineering Institute of Technology (EIT).
Electrical light sources are responsible for 15 percent of global electricity consumption. As the world strives towards more sustainable solutions, there is an increasing need for innovation in lighting design.
For engineers, it means that your project today needs to be environmentally sustainable tomorrow.
EIT lecturer, Dr. Ana Evangelista, recently presented on civil and structural sustainability solutions during our webinar ‘Energy Efficiency via Building Design’ and it is clear that new buildings rely on much more than brick and mortar.
While Leonardo da Vinci is best known as an artist, his talents were never limited to one field. He also contributed to engineering,
EIT is enriching its unique delivery model for students by enabling access to Moodle through mobile devices.
A laid-back lifestyle on a farm in the Philippines is not only ideal, but simpler than you may think due to the Internet of Things (IoT).