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As the Burnley Gardens turn 150, the University of Melbourne, School of Land and Environment has launched a new Associate Degree in Urban Horticulture, which will start taking enrolments in the first semester of 2014.

A new X-ray laboratory at the University of Melbourne houses the most powerful X-ray machine in Australia.

A new multimillion-dollar scholarship program will be launched in India today to provide the next generation of researchers, innovators and entrepreneurs in Melbourne and India with world-leading academic supervision and support. 

The University of Melbourne has received $51.4 million to advance research and new ideas in projects ranging from indigenous language to understanding retinal disorders and to using bio-fuel resources to reduce carbon dioxide emissions.

Pet owner need to be alert as the weather gets warmer, veterinary staff at University of Melbourne warn.

Global research opportunities will be available to the next generation of climate change and energy experts to tackle major environmental issues, with the launch today of a new graduate research college in Melbourne.

Supermassive black holes: every large galaxy’s got one but how did they grow so big?

Novel research shows damage to fine hairs on ants’ antennae’s hinders the ability to determine who is a nest mate and who is a threat to the colony.

The 2013 Victoria Prizes for Science and Innovation have been awarded to University of Melbourne Physicist Professor Lloyd Hollenberg (Physical Sciences) and Professor Alan Cowman (Life Sciences) from the Walter and Eliza Hall Institute of Medical Research and the University of Melbourne's Department of Medical Biology.

As the hay fever season officially kicks off today, allergy and botany experts have expressed their support for a national pollen count to better treat people with hay fever around Australia.

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