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All company directors should have a personal identification number linking their past and present directorships to help stamp out harmful phoenix activity, according to researchers from the University of Melbourne Law School.

University of Melbourne researchers have been awarded more than $3 million in the latest round of the Australian Research Council (ARC) Linkage Projects scheme announced today by the Minister for Education and Training, Senator Simon Birmingham

Are refugees fleeing persecution today generally seen as people who need help, or problems to be pushed away? Migration and refugee researcher Prof. Uma Kothari discusses how media representations of asylum seekers influence us in how we attend and respond to the plight of individuals and groups fleeing their countries in search of safety. Presented by Peter Mares.

A diagnosis of pancreatic cancer is often a death sentence because current chemotherapies have little impact on the disease. 

Researchers at the University of Melbourne are calling on health insurers and government to support new remotely delivered treatment models – including Skype consultations – for people suffering chronic knee pain.

Two outstanding early career researchers from the University of Melbourne have won Fellowships to further their work in enabling positive social impact thanks to The Westpac Bicentennial Foundation.

The University of Melbourne’s iconic Underground Car Park, under the South Lawn on the Parkville campus, is the venue for the launch of Myer’s Autumn 17 fashion collection.

An Australian-led international research effort has revealed that genetic changes normally linked to breast, colon and ovarian cancers could also drive a rare form of pancreatic cancer.

The University of Melbourne today announced that Mr Leigh Clifford AO is the new Chair of Believe – the Campaign for the University of Melbourne.

Australia could save $3.4 billion in healthcare costs by introducing a package of taxes on sugar, salt and saturated fat, and sugary drinks, while subsidising fruits and vegetables, University of Melbourne modelling shows.