Health & Medicine
The art and science of dance
University of Melbourne's Professor Emma Redding wrote the world’s first masters degree in Dance Science – a now growing discipline in the dance profession
What if Monet were shorter?
Altering the height of an artist’s eye changes their perspective, a University of Melbourne experts says this might also alter the appeal of their paintings.
How fear-appeal advertising works
Research shows that fear appeals in advertising can be effective in changing behaviour, but they need to be done well, says University of Melbourne expert
Sport and that sense of belonging
For young people from disadvantaged and refugee communities in Australia, sport can help to create that sense of belonging says University of Melbourne expert.
The new weapon against malaria’s drug resistance
Malaria parasites have now developed resistance to seven drugs; but promising new drug targets have been identified in a new University of Melbourne-led study.
Twins can face unique risks before and just after birth
Twins and other multiple birth babies face a higher risk of infant mortality and specific care guidelines are needed say University of Melbourne researchers.
The online hate for Amber Heard
As the Depp v Heard jury considers its verdict, social media has judged Amber Heard for not being the ‘right kind’ of victim say University of Melbourne experts
How to make it ok to record medical appointments
While some people record medical appointments in secret, new University of Melbourne-led research is seeking to support patients and providers to do so openly
Big dreams of Country and culture
Deep engagement with culture can help to foster meaningful connections between educators and Indigenous young people, says a University of Melbourne expert