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  1. 22 February 2021 - Animals, Food & You

    Helping crops survive heatwaves

    By understanding how extreme heat impacts plant genetics, University of Melbourne researchers aim to breed more resilient crops for a warmer world.

  2. 28 January 2021 - Science Matters

    Five green ways to help keep your cool this summer

    Greener cities can help us beat the heat this summer –researchers, including some from the University of Melbourne, have these five plant-based tips to help.

  3. 14 January 2021 - Music, Arts & Screen

    Reimagining waste

    The NGV Triennial explores how artists, designers, scientists and engineers are working to tackle our over-consumption, says a University of Melbourne expert.

  4. 22 January 2021 - Design

    Rethinking urbanity

    The NGV Triennial explores the necessity of continuity in understanding place and forces us to rethink our urbanity, says a University of Melbourne expert.

  5. 2 December 2020 - Design

    Getting regional development right

    A new approach to revitalising Gippsland is centred on place-based leadership and could be used around Australia, say University of Melbourne and RMIT experts

  6. 30 November 2020 - Legal Affairs

    The investor-led push on climate change

    University of Melbourne experts say investor-led pressure on Australian companies is forcing Boards to adopt business practices to meet climate change goals.

  7. 26 November 2020 - Science Matters

    Our country, Our way

    This year, the University of Melbourne's Narrm Oration explores how Indigenous people and knowledge can save Australia’s environmental unravelling.

  8. 17 November 2020 - Design

    Adapting Melbourne’s public transport to ‘COVID normal’

    Given Melbourne’s franchised public transport provision, who is best positioned to manage cross-disciplinary pandemic risks ask University of Melbourne experts?

  9. 30 October 2020 - Health & Medicine

    Why COVID-19 should make us rethink our relationship with meat

    A University of Melbourne expert says after COVID-19 spread through abattoirs and meat processing facilities, it gives us a chance to reconsider eating meat.