By Sasika Jayasuriya The story of how university students feel the exhilaration that comes from established racing standards such as Formula One by building and racing their own cars in inter-varsity competitions. [Stand First] With a broken rear control arm, in Winton a remote area in Victoria, Redback Racing was forced to take initiative, fix […]
“Formula One” but run by students
UNSW students design, manufacture and race a car every year, coping with the dangers of mirroring the processes of Formula One.
International students help prevent Chronic Kidney Disease in Sri Lankan village
By Violetta Katsaris & Sasika Jayasuriya After decades of suffering from Chronic Kidney Disease (CKDU) in Galwaduwagama, Sri Lanka, a Reverse Osmosis (R.O) plant has been implemented by Impact Engineers to help provide clean water. “This project is not something that will greatly benefit us [the adults as opposed to the children]. We have already been drinking this […]