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A full-scale replica of Walter Burley Griffin and Marian Mahony Griffin’s cutting edge home is being constructed by students from the Melbourne School of Design as part of the Melbourne Festival’s Cultural Collisions precinct at the University of Melbourne.

The University of Melbourne has revolutionised the teaching of the Bachelor of Arts, by offering students new ways of learning and seeing.

In August 1966, Vincent Lingiari, a Gurindji leader, led a walk-off of 200 Aboriginal stockmen, house servants, and their families from Wave Hill as a protest against the work and pay conditions.

The University of Melbourne and City of Melbourne today announced internationally recognised scholar, Professor Lars Coenen, as the inaugural Chair in Resilient Cities.

Marking the 60th anniversary of television in Australia, the Baillieu Library at the University of Melbourne, will host an exhibition Tee Vee at Sixty.

A new guide 3D Printing Rights and Responsibilities: consumer perceptions & realities, has been launched to explain what consumers need to know before printing in 3D, including the potential risks in creating and sharing 3D printable files, and what kinds of safeguards are in place. 

Professor Julie Willis has been appointed the new Dean of the Faculty of Architecture, Building and Planning at the University of Melbourne.

Melbourne is in the midst of a new wave of thinking about how we look at the past also known as the ‘heritage industry’.

The University of Melbourne in collaboration with Speedpanel Australia has been awarded $3,000,000 to undertake an Australian Government Cooperative Research Centre “CRC” Project that will research and develop innovative pre-fabricated building systems for three years.

Millions of Australians move house each year, but new research has highlighted that while many are upgrading their homes and living standards, housing affordability problems are sorting many of the nation's most disadvantaged into areas with fewer opportunities.

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