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Experts from across the globe will attend the eSafe Relationships conference at the University of Melbourne today to share information and ideas on the use of technology to prevent and respond to violence against women and their children.

Australia's Nullarbor Plain is one of the driest landscapes in the country, but new research suggests it was once forest that received up to four times as much rain as it gets now.

Melbourne medical researchers have created a new minimally invasive brain-machine interface, giving people with spinal cord injuries new hope to walk again with the power of thought.

The far reaching repercussions of Ireland’s historic 1916 Easter Rising and specifically its effect on Australia during a time of war will be explored as State Library Victoria and the University of Melbourne partner to commemorate the centenary of this seminal moment in Irish history.

University of Melbourne researchers are working to unlock more genetic variants that could predict a person’s risk of developing bowel cancer.

The formation of type 2 diabetes is directly related to how our muscles convert sugar, a landmark new study has found.

An expert research team from the University of Melbourne will deliver a world first family violence index for Australia's National Research Organisation for Women's Safety (ANROWS).

The University has been transparent in its desire that high quality learning and teaching will define the institution, and remain a key strategic priority.

Victorians are being urged to help nature adapt to new conditions under climate change through a new 10-point guide.

A new app created by learning specialists from the University of Melbourne will enable teachers to assess and provide helpful feedback in real time as students deliver oral presentations.

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