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Radar-in-a-suitcase makes bridges safer

Radar-in-a-suitcase makes bridges safer

June 20, 2017

Assessing ageing bridges just got safer and easier, thanks to a high-tech radar device that fits inside a suitcase. Developed by Dr Lihai Zhang of The University of Melbourne as part of a collaborative research project supported by The Australia-Indonesia Centre, the IBIS-S radar technology can scan a bridge in 15 minutes from a kilometre […]

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“Cities should be safe, connected, caring and fun”: The City of Melbourne hosts the Australia-Indonesia Leaders Program

“Cities should be safe, connected, caring and fun”: The City of Melbourne hosts the Australia-Indonesia Leaders Program

May 26, 2017

Esteemed speakers provide a vision for future cities during a dinner at the Melbourne Town Hall for the Australia-Indonesia Leaders Program. On the fifth day of the Australia-Indonesia Leader Program, thirty delegates from both nations began at Monash University in Clayton, sharing knowledge about water infrastructure and planning with the Australia-Indonesia Centre’s Urban Water Cluster […]

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ReelOzInd! Announces Youth Jury Nominations and Pop-Up Film Festival Kits

ReelOzInd! Announces Youth Jury Nominations and Pop-Up Film Festival Kits

May 10, 2017

ReelOzInd! Australia Indonesia Short Film Competition and Festival opens nominations for a youth judge to join its jury and offers pop-up film festival kits for schools, universities and community organisations. Submissions are already streaming in for the ReelOzInd! Now, anyone can get involved by nominating a youth judge for the jury or hosting a pop-up […]

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