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10 Jul 2019
The Melbourne Business School at the University of Melbourne is launching a Graduate Certificate in Indigenous Business Leadership, the first of its kind in Australia for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander business leaders.
9 Jul 2019
Research findings by archaeological scientists from the University of Melbourne, the Australian National University, James Cook University and the Lao Department of Heritage have helped ensure the Laos Plain of Jars has at last been included on the World Heritage List.
6 Jul 2019
Following an announcement by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO) that the Budj Bim Cultural Landscape has been inscribed on to the World Heritage List, University of Melbourne Vice-Chancellor Duncan Maskell made the following statement.
4 Jul 2019
New rock fishing research is challenging what is known about ‘freak waves’ and current risk management practices to prevent deaths and injuries on hazardous rocky coasts.
3 Jul 2019
A major Australian arts project presented by the University of Melbourne has been launched at the feet of Michelangelo’s David, the world’s most famous statement on physical perfection, ahead of exhibitions in Florence and Melbourne this month.
27 Jun 2019
The Peter Cook Centre for CCS Research at the University of Melbourne and the Italian research company, Sotacarbo, will work together to develop collaborative research projects to tackle global warming.
25 Jun 2019
Rural health strategies, Indigenous programs and nursing and allied health training placements will benefit from a formal collaboration between the University Departments of Rural Health at Melbourne, Monash and Deakin universities.
21 Jun 2019
Victorian newborns who do not pass their routine hearing screening tests are being invited to join a pilot program screening for the most common viral cause of disability.
19 Jun 2019
The University of Melbourne has adopted a new Freedom of Speech policy to align with and supplement its long-standing Academic Freedom policy.
14 Jun 2019
Pictured above: Professor Alan Cowman AC (left); Professor Ruth Bishop AC with the former Director of Gastroenterology, Rudge Townley, and Professor Geoff Davidson
7 Jun 2019
Building clean, sustainable power sources would save the Australian economy hundreds of billions of dollars when compared to current policies, a new report from the University of Melbourne has found.
6 Jun 2019
Acclaimed Yorta Yorta soprano, composer and Artistic Director of Short Black Opera, Deborah Cheetham AO, has been awarded the 2019 Sir Bernard Heinze Memorial Award.
Former Federal MP and leading Australian social policy expert Jenny Macklin and internationally renowned clinician scientist Professor Sir John Savill have been appointed Vice-Chancellor’s Fellows at the University of Melbourne.
4 Jun 2019
Expansion and improvement of healthcare services in Shepparton over the past 15 years has led to an increase in use, according to the latest Crossroads Research Study key findings.
3 Jun 2019
The University of Melbourne has opened a new $63 million Learning and Teaching building and U-Vet Werribee Animal Hospital extension, strengthening its veterinary campus in Werribee.
Students and staff at the University of Melbourne will have unparalleled access to education and research opportunities with a $1 million partnership with the Australian Chamber Orchestra (ACO).
29 May 2019
The University of Melbourne has welcomed a Victorian State Budget commitment to invest $4.5 million in planning works for public transport to support the future development at Fishermans Bend.
28 May 2019
The University of Melbourne has partnered with the Department of Environment Land Water and Planning (DELWP) and the City of Melbourne on a research project to retrofit the building that houses the office of the Victorian Premier with a green roof.
Outstanding University of Melbourne scientists will be formally inducted as Fellows of the Australian Academy of Science this evening in Canberra.
27 May 2019
Having multiple-birth babies can be a time of wonder and excitement, however, according to the first-ever international collaborative report released today, these babies and their families can face serious disadvantages compared to parents of single-birth babies.