Life, the Universe and almost everything in between. This is Science at Melbourne.
COP28 is a global stocktake of climate change
This year’s UN climate change conference (COP28) could disappoint or deliver meaningful actions, say University of Melbourne experts.
From diet to climate, our fertility is at risk
A childhood fascination with the family dairy farm led University of Melbourne Associate Professor Mark Green to a career in reproductive biology
The great mystery of interstellar chemistry
University of Melbourne researchers are replicating the cold vacuum of space to study how interstellar molecules are produced and what they’re made of.
Sports coaches make these seven kinds of decisions
Understanding the seven decision types sports coaches make (with strengths and pitfalls) helps us all make better choices, say University of Melbourne experts
Male infertility may be the world’s ‘canary down a coal mine’
A global team of experts including from the University of Melbourne has made ten recommendations to urgently tackle the worldwide decline in male fertility.
When it’s hot in the city, let green spaces do the sweating for you
Where you live determines access to the benefits of urban green spaces, but that shouldn’t be the case with better design, says University of Melbourne expert.
I’ve seen the value of The Voice in action
Working in the Tiwi Islands, where Tiwi decisions are in Tiwi hands, shows me the value of an Indigenous Voice to Parliament says University of Melbourne expert
You can’t explore the solar system on an empty stomach
Australian research could provide vital fresh, nutritious and delicious meals for astronauts on Moon and Mars missions, says University of Melbourne expert.
Facing the flames of complacency
Extreme heat and fires in the Northern Hemisphere is a wakeup call for an Australia on the brink of a difficult fire season, say University of Melbourne experts