ENVIRONMENT

Going for Gondwana

FOR the 30th year, engineers are being called on to once again help the fictional planet of Gondwana by building an autonomous machine to solve a problem that planet has.

Noel Dyson
Students are called on to help the planet Gondwana.

Students are called on to help the planet Gondwana.

The challenge is at the heart of the Warman Design and Build Competition that was established by Engineers Australia to help promote science, technology, engineering and mathematics courses. To celebrate...

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