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A new study published in Nature Climate Change analyzes the national climate targets needed to meet the 1.5 and 2°C goals according to five different equity principles, and how these compare with the current climate pledges.

 

Pet owners are reminded to take special care of their animal friends during the festive season, and hot summer holidays.

 

Researchers investigating influenza, multiple sclerosis and Indigenous health will share in $60 million funding from the prestigious National Health and Medical Research Council grants.

In recognition of the remarkable generosity of The Ian Potter Foundation, the University of Melbourne today announced it will name the new Melbourne Conservatorium of Music building, The Ian Potter Southbank Centre.

Completing a master’s degree while raising an 18 month old might not sound like perfect timing, but being able to study online made that possible for Christie Cline. She not only pulled off all of the above, but became the first wholly online student to graduate from the University of Melbourne at the same time.

Melbourne Business School’s Full-time MBA program has been ranked ninth in the 2016 Bloomberg Business Week International MBA ranking, up 14 places on the previous year.

Many high-achieving VCE students will start their journey at the University of Melbourne next year with fully paid scholarships under the National Scholarship Program.

A two-year study with 46 family violence survivors from more than 20 countries has found common threads in how their abusers use cultural and physical isolation to prevent them from seeking help. 

Urban planning experts at the University of Melbourne have produced an action plan to tackle Victoria’s housing affordability crisis.

The University of Melbourne is holding its first ever “Snitch Hunt” on Saturday — World Human Rights Day — to show just how Australia’s new metadata laws have scuppered notions of privacy and made it a doddle to flush out whistleblowers.

 

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