Ian Potter Southbank Centre opens to students and staff
More than 1000 students and staff have moved into the new state-of-the-art Ian Potter Southbank Centre, home to the new Melbourne Conservatorium of Music.
University welcomes ACMD funding announcement
The University of Melbourne has welcomed today’s $30 million federal budget announcement for the Aikenhead Centre for Medical Discovery (ACMD).
University of Melbourne opens new $100 million life sciences complex in Melbourne’s biomedical precinct
The University of Melbourne has opened a $100 million life sciences complex, offering Australia’s most sophisticated STEMM teaching laboratories and facilities and strengthening the global status of Melbourne’s biomedical precinct.
The future of Melbourne’s parks is in your hands: Design competition launch
The University of Melbourne is calling on all established and aspiring architects, designers and planners to participate in this year’s Future Park International Design Competition.
Helping physio students get to grips with complex motor skills
A new tool to help physiotherapy students master complex fine motor skills needed to assess and treat patients suffering physical conditions, such as back pain and spinal cord injuries, is being used at the University of Melbourne.
Penny Wong and Jordon Steele-John celebrated for political leadership
Penny Wong and Jordon Steele-John have been named the McKinnon Political Leaders of the Year for their courageous, visionary and collaborative political leadership in 2018.
Funding to advance research into stem-cell based therapies
Stem Cells Australia and the University of Melbourne have welcomed $150 million Federal Government funding towards research into new ways to treat congenital heart disease, blindness, stroke, dementia and kidney disease.
The world’s adolescents – large unmet needs and growing inequalities
Today’s adolescents make up the largest generation in history, but a landmark study reveals these young people are encountering greater health challenges than those faced 25 years ago, and investments in their wellbeing have not kept pace with population growth.
Researchers find trapdoor in SwissVote election system
A team of researchers have examined the source code published as part of the SwissPost e-voting system, provided by Scytl, and discovered a cryptographic trapdoor.
Easier access to nicotine vaping products highly likely to improve public health and reduce health system costs: study
Easier access to e-cigarettes containing nicotine is highly likely to lead to health gains and cost savings in the health sector, Australian and New Zealand researchers have found.