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  1. 1 October 2020 - Public Affairs

    Dodging disease and death in the first US presidential debate

    A University of Melbourne expert says the first US presidential debate didn’t have a winner but was a testimony to dire political discourse without compassion.

  2. 5 March 2024 - Legal Affairs

    I’ve seen war and beyond the horror lies a shared humanity

    Being a humanitarian worker in conflict exposes you to the worst and best of humanity says University of Melbourne expert on International Women's Day.

  3. 5 November 2015 - Legal Affairs

    A corrupt contest - how sport is fighting the fixers

    As corruption becomes increasingly commonplace in sport, how much can fans trust what they see from the grandstand or on TV?

  4. 3 February 2019 - Under the Microscope

    Pioneering nurse-led cancer care

    The University of Melbourne's Professor Mei Krishnasamy has worked to improve the evidence for cancer nursing care, particularly for people with rarer cancers.

  5. 4 June 2021 - Health & Wellbeing

    New hope for treating PTSD

    Posttraumatic stress disorder treatment usually focuses on the traumatic experience, but world-first University of Melbourne research may offer an alternative.

  6. 28 August 2015 - Inside Business

    House prices outpacing income growth

    University of Melbourne experts examine the housing affordability crisis in Australia and what it means for home owners and buyers.

  7. 18 August 2022 - Science Matters

    We are Country

    Ensuring culturally safe research isn’t simply acknowledging Country, it's recognising and empowering Indigenous Knowledge, says University of Melbourne expert.

  8. 19 July 2017 - Inside Business

    Why the Channel Ten brand will live on

    Despite going into voluntary administration the Channel Ten brand is likely to survive the company's current woes, argues a University of Melbourne expert.

  9. 2 July 2015 - Legal Affairs

    The podcast shining a light on a murder verdict

    A hit podcast called "Serial" - around the trial of the murderer of US teenager Hae Min Lee - demonstrates the role journalism can play in revisiting cases.

  10. 14 May 2024 - Politics & Society

    Who stewards the forests?

    What happens to the biodiversity and communities who live on a piece of land when it's acquired? A new Melbourne University Press book explores India's laws.