The University of Melbourne (informally Melbourne University) is a public research university located in Melbourne, Australia. Founded in 1853, it is Australia's second oldest university and the oldest in Victoria. Times Higher Education ranks Melbourne as 33rd in the world, while the Academic Ranking of World Universities places Melbourne 40th in the world (both first in Australia).

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  • The Anthropocene: How humans are changing the geological behaviour of Earth
    Our planet is more than 4.5 billion years old. It has operated without human intervention for almost all its life. The spread of human influence on landscapes expanded greatly throughout the Holocene, and exploded in the mid 20th century. We now have created a distinct global stratigraphic layer that uniquely fingerprints our impact on Earth. We re-distribute masses in our continents at a scale th...
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  • Science Festival Keynote Event - Feed the World: Q&A panel and exhibition
    Billions of people struggle every day to get enough food to meet their basic energy and nutrient requirements, while those of us in wealthy countries generally eat too much and waste huge amounts of food. Add the impacts of climate change and the situation looks grim. How can science, technology, and society work together to solve these interconnected problems? An expert panel of researchers and a...
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  • The Anthropocene: How humans are changing the geological behaviour of Earth
    Our planet is more than 4.5 billion years old. It has operated without human intervention for almost all its life. The spread of human influence on landscapes expanded greatly throughout the Holocene, and exploded in the mid 20th century. We now have created a distinct global stratigraphic layer that uniquely fingerprints our impact on Earth. We re-distribute masses in our continents at a scale th...
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  • The University of Melbourne - Three Minute Thesis Competition (3MT®) Grand Final 2017
    The 3MT® is a professional and engaging international competition. It challenges PhD students to present their research in language appropriate to an intelligent but non-specialist audience in the space of three minutes. The competition is based on the premise that the capacity to present a clear, concise and engaging description of their research is an essential skill that all graduate researcher...
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  • Pancake ice
    The S.A. Agulhas II sails through pancake ice in the Southern Ocean near Antartica. Researchers on board were measuring rogue waves with a stereoscopic camera system, including Alessandro Toffoli from the University of Melbourne.
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  • The University of Melbourne - Three Minute Thesis Competition (3MT®) Grand Final 2017
    The 3MT® is a professional and engaging international competition. It challenges PhD students to present their research in language appropriate to an intelligent but non-specialist audience in the space of three minutes. The competition is based on the premise that the capacity to present a clear, concise and engaging description of their research is an essential skill that all graduate researcher...
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  • Oh, the places you'll go (after studying the Master of Biotechnology)
    Biotechnology is the use of living organisms or their systems, to make products of value. It is a fundamental area of applied science that covers a diverse range of specialist fields necessary to take biological and medical knowledge from a discovery to a marketable product. The University of Melbourne is a hub for biotechnology research, and draws on high profile, active researchers to teach int...
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  • Malcolm Fraser Oration
    Malcolm Fraser was one of the most controversial Prime Ministers of Australia. When he engineered the dismissal of the Whitlam government in 1975 he alienated a significant part of the Australian community. But the controversy surrounding the dismissal of Whitlam overshadowed a number of important political achievements, and obscured one unchangeable fact about him: his devotion to the ideals of ...
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  • Study the Master of Biotechnology at the University of Melbourne
    Biotechnology is the use of living organisms or their systems, to make products of value. It is a fundamental area of applied science that covers a diverse range of specialist fields necessary to take biological and medical knowledge from a discovery to a marketable product. The University of Melbourne is a hub for biotechnology research, and draws on high profile, active researchers to teach int...
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  • July Lectures in Physics 2017 - Dr Michele Trenti
    The promise of nanosatellites: getting the University of Melbourne’s fast response telescope into space 21st century technology allows a lot of sophisticated instrumentation to be packed into a small satellite that makes space accessible on a modest budget. The SkyHopper project aims at launching Australia’s first space telescope to explore the distant and variable universe by looking at the inf...
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  • July Lectures in Physics - Associate Professor Martin Sevior
    Antimatter in space: the Alpha spectrometer on the international space station and the cosmological implications ]A giant magnet attached to the International Space Station is being used to look for antimatter particles in the cosmic rays that come from outside our galaxy. Some theories suggest that these could come from antimatter galaxies or exotic cosmological process. This lecture looks wha...
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  • July Lectures in Physics - Dr Katie Mack
    Humans in space: what are the human impacts of space travel and living on other planets? Once an applicant for the astronaut program in the United States, astrophysicist Dr Mack has family connections to the space program. This lecture looks at the potential for a permanent base to be established on Mars and in the more distant future visits to the outer planets and beyond. This event was held ...
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  • July Lectures in Physics 2017 - Prof David Jamieson
    Methods for reaching extremely high speeds: what are the prospects for fast trips to the stars? The stars are very far away and most rockets are very slow by comparison. Yet particle accelerators on Earth, including one of the earliest machines built in Melbourne, can routinely accelerate particles to exceptionally high speeds. This lecture looks at the technology of high speed travel, the ener...
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  • Tour the School of Earth Sciences
    The School of Earth Sciences was formally established in 1990, following the amalgamation of the Department of Geology (1900) and the Department of Meteorology (1937). Located just north of the Melbourne downtown central business district, the School forms part of the vibrant Parkville campus environment and represents an exciting learning environment, as is evident from our international ranking ...
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  • Ambition Confessional at Open Day 2017
    You confessed your ambitions at the University of Melbourne Open Day 2017 and now you're famous! Thanks to everyone who confessed their ambitions, we hope we can help you on your journey to achieve your dreams!
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  • Experience a wider Open Day in 2017
    Follow Sam, as she takes you around Open Day to catch up with some current students and hear about their experience studying at Australia's #1 University.
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  • Discover the Melbourne Model
    Our unique curriculum is designed to give you a wider understanding of the world beyond your degree. Find out more about the Melbourne Model and how it will help you make a real impact on the world: https://futurestudents.unimelb.edu.au/explore/the-melbourne-model
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  • Melbourne Model presentation
    We’re live now at #UnimelbOpenDay discussing the Melbourne Model and how it’s designed to give you a wider understanding of the world beyond your degree! Learn more here: http://go.unimelb.edu.au/9re6
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  • Dean's Lecture Series 2017 - Opportunities and obstacles for STEM education
    Although the acronym STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) has gained substantial traction around the globe in the last decade, its educational implication is much debated. Interpretations of STEM education differ in their emphases, for instance, on interdisciplinarity or integration, on developing skills such as critical thinking or creativity, or on introducing contemporary con...
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  • The New Student Precinct Project: Grow Room
    The Grow Room is a shared edible garden (and meeting place) constructed by students for students! Want to come to the launch of the Grow Room? Visit: www.students.unimelb.edu.au/student-precinct#events
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  • What makes us healthy? A disability perspective
    Watch the highlights from a lively panel discussion about concepts of health and wellbeing from a disability perspective, featuring Emily Dash, Carly Findlay and Alastair McEwin. The public event launched the Centre of Research Excellence in Disability and Health at the University of Melbourne, on 27 June 2017. A full transcript of the video (unedited) is available on our website www.credh.org....
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  • Discover the Melbourne Model this Open Day
    Register now for Open Day and you'll go into the draw to win an iPad Mini: http://go.unimelb.edu.au/wgi6 Our unique curriculum is designed to give you a wider understanding of the world beyond your degree. Before you come to Open Day, find out more about the Melbourne Model and how it will help you make a real impact on the world.
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  • HILDA survey 2017
    Every year, the largest and most detailed ongoing study of Australians gives us a snapshot of where the country is at. This Household, Income and Labour Dynamics in Australia Survey is known as HILDA. You can read more on this year’s HILDA survey on Pursuit, the University of Melbourne’s multi-media news site. www.pursuit.unimelb.edu.au
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  • VC Professor Glyn Davis on #RespectNowAlways survey results
    Warning: Sexual assault and sexual harassment themes In late 2016 the University of Melbourne, along with 38 other Australian universities, participated in a national student survey of sexual assault and harassment commissioned by Universities Australia. The survey was conducted by the Australian Human Rights Commission. The University will use the national survey findings to drive comprehensive ...
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  • Our Safer Community Program
    Description: Our Safer Community Program promotes a respectful, inclusive, and connected campus community that fosters safe learning, working and living at the University of Melbourne. The program provides support, advice and referrals about various behaviours of concern. Learn more: http://safercommunity.unimelb.edu.au/about_the_safer_community_program

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