News, research and experts from the University of Melbourne
University to re-commence student exchange with NZ
The University of Melbourne has announced it is re-starting its student exchange program with New Zealand universities in semester two this year.
Melbourne Connect to be a knowledge sharing partner during Melbourne Knowledge Week
University of Melbourne’s new innovation precinct will host cutting-edge interactive exhibitions, workshops, lectures and panel discussions as one of the major partners of Melbourne Knowledge Week 2021.
Victoria to lead on new vaccine manufacturing
The University of Melbourne welcomes today’s announcement by the Victorian Government they will invest $50 million to establish mRNA vaccine and therapeutic manufacturing in Victoria.
Science Gallery Melbourne opens to the public this June
Science and art collide in a major new Australian gallery opening in June 2021.
Melbourne Connect: Australia’s newest innovation precinct comes to life
The recently completed Melbourne Connect brings together the digital expertise of industry leaders and the University of Melbourne under one roof.
Empowering older Australians in cancer treatment decisions
A new resource is empowering older Australians living with cancer to discuss and prioritise their needs when making decisions about treatment and care.
University to lead Victoria drought resilience hub
The University of Melbourne will lead a unique state-wide partnership to help farmers, agricultural businesses and communities become more resilient to the impacts of future droughts.
Child of Now: An AR look at our future generations in the heart of Melbourne
A new large-scale public art commission involving interactive augmented reality will call on 14,400 Melburnians to create, shape and nurture a vision of the future for an imagined child born in 2021.
Web-delivered exercise and tailored text messages improve knee arthritis therapy: study
A new online program enhanced by text messages to help people with knee osteoarthritis exercise has been found to improve knee pain, physical function and quality of life, new research reveals.