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Humans have triggered the last 16 record-breaking hot years experienced on Earth (up to 2014), with the new research tracing our impact on the global climate as far back as 1937.

The University of Melbourne’s internationally recognized Bio21 Molecular Science and Biotechnology Institute is to be substantially expanded and will house CSL’s Global Research and Translational Medicine Hub. 

An international team of astronomers has pushed NASA's Hubble Space Telescope to its limits to measure the distance to the farthest galaxy we can see, shattering the cosmic distance record.

A critical discovery about how bacteria feed on an unusual sugar molecule found in leafy green vegetables could hold the key to explaining how ‘good’ bacteria protect our gut and promote health.

Albert Einstein has been finally proven right 100 years after predicting the existence of gravitational waves, thanks to the international LIGO experiment. Speaking with Sky News' Aaron Young on Friday, 12 February, astrophysicist Dr Katie Mack says it will set off an avalanche of scientific discoveries in the years to come.

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.

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

University of Melbourne Vice-Chancellor Professor Glyn Davis has paid tribute to members of the University community named in this year’s Australia Day honours.

Chemical and Biomolecular Engineers from the Melbourne School of Engineering have discovered a new way to deliver carbon dioxide to microalgae, which in turn, can be harvested to make renewable fuels such as biodiesel.

New research out of the University of Melbourne suggests that when it comes to good leadership at the Olympic level, age trumps physical stature.

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