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  1. 24 August 2015 - Legal Affairs

    Should foreign countries intervene in civil wars?

    Professor Anne Orford explores the legitimacy of foreign intervention in civil wars such as those being currently waged in Syria, Iraq and the Ukraine

  2. 7 September 2023 - Health & Wellbeing

    Replanting the birthing trees

    Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities are working with researchers to create safe and sacred family spaces, says a University of Melbourne expert

  3. 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.

  4. Podcast15 April 2020 - Eavesdrop on Experts

    How have plagues and pandemics influenced the arts?

    University of Melbourne experts describe how throughout history, writers and artists have explored the impact of plagues and pandemics on humanity.

  5. 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?

  6. 11 June 2021 - Humanities

    How literature helps us interpret the human face

    New University of Melbourne research looks at how the human face and our emotions are represented in literary texts from the medieval to the contemporary eras.

  7. 9 September 2023 - Health & Medicine

    How epigenetics is transforming our understanding of evolution

    A new book by Melbourne University Publishing reveals how a population’s non-genetic responses to environmental change are central to the process of evolution.

  8. 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.

  9. 22 January 2016 - Music, Arts & Screen

    Mixing sculpture and performance in Dough Portraits

    Artist Søren Dahlgaard has taken more than 2,000 “dough portraits” over seven years, turning familiar objects into something strange.

  10. 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.