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More than 50 students aged 11 and 12 years old will gather at the University of Melbourne this week to compete for bragging rights, debating Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) related topics.

University of Melbourne researchers have combined mathematical modelling, supercomputing and laser imaging technology to assess the severity of artery blockages without having to insert a physical separate pressure wire to assess blood pressure loss around a blockage.

A new study has found that almost one quarter of trees in Australian cities are at risk from increasing temperatures in urban environments due to climate change and urban heat islands, posing a threat to some tree species in our cities.

A major international study involving Australian cardiac patients has found surgeons can safely use significantly less blood than they traditionally have been in heart operations.

A new initiative is successfully encouraging those at higher risk of lung cancer to act sooner when symptoms appear.

The University of Melbourne’s Parkville campus has received a 6 Star Green Star – Communities rating from the Green Building Council of Australia (GBCA), recognising world leadership in sustainable masterplanning.

A new report examining the experiences of Asian Australian academics has found 63 per cent believe they are not appropriately represented in university management.

Following the successful inaugural exhibition season of BLOOD: Attract & Repel, Science Gallery Melbourne is calling for proposals from the arts, science and design community for its 2018 exhibition and public program season, PERFECTION.

A new report looking at why many girls do not pursue study and careers in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) recommends a range of initiatives to encourage participation in these subjects at school to better equip them to pursue careers in some of the fastest growing occupations in Australia.

The Fellows of the 2017 Pathways to Politics Program for Women at the University of Melbourne will graduate tonight with the tools and know-how to run for politics, with two Fellows already pre-selected for safe Labor and Liberal seats and one just weeks away from the Northcote by-election as an endorsed candidate for the Reason Party.

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