Young people are mapping viable futures
In the face of adversity young people globally are taking an interconnected and ethical approach to living viable lives, say University of Melbourne researchers
Seeking authentic mindfulness in this era of ‘wellness’
Given the boom in meditation and mindfulness practices it is time for evidence-based principles to help guide people, says University of Melbourne expert
Using mathematics to treat malaria
Mathematics can track parasite resistance to antimalarial drugs so agencies can target the right drug to where it's needed, says University of Melbourne expert
I guess she won’t be writing the memoir
Defamation laws are having a chilling effect on non-fiction books, making it hard to get behind the scenes of big stories, says University of Melbourne expert.
How data expertise is fostering endangered languages
The PARADISEC digital archive model revitalising endangered languages in the Pacific has been taken up in North America, says a University of Melbourne expert.
Who is at fault when medical software gets it wrong?
Clinical Decision Support Software is beneficial but if it malfunctions a doctor’s duty of care likely makes them liable, says University of Melbourne expert.
Can telehealth be used for effective palliative care?
While remote-delivery of palliative care offers new opportunities, it can't substitute for the need for in-person connection say University of Melbourne experts
Better bus networks for fairer suburbs can cut emissions
Zero-emission buses will help cut emissions but we also need to redesign suburban networks to get people out of their cars, says University of Melbourne expert
Australian cities failing on walkability
International study shows Australian cities designed around cars not walking, hampering bid to boost physical activity, says University of Melbourne researcher
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