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  1. 18 May 2017 - Science Matters

    Is the Australian gas shortfall a myth?

    Australia has been warned of blackouts as gas supplies run out, but University of Melbourne research questions whether the gas shortfall is as big as we think.

  2. Live ended10 May 2017 - Business & Economics

    #Budget2017: Fairness, security and opportunity?

    The latest analysis from University of Melbourne experts of the Australian Government's 2017 Budget, including housing affordability, energy policy and taxes.

  3. 19 April 2017 - Public Affairs

    Australia’s Foreign Policy for dangerous times

    As Australia prepares its first Foreign Policy White Paper in more than a decade, the University of Melbourne looks at the need to strengthen ties with Asia.

  4. 3 August 2016 - Engineering & Technology

    The shape for speed

    Australian swimmers Cameron McEvoy and Kyle Chalmers have different body shapes, which could decide who wins the 100m freestyle showdown at the Rio Olympics.

  5. 2 July 2016 - Public Affairs

    Brexit and Australia: The way forward

    The Brexit vote may have put a spanner in the works just as Australia and the EU are closing in on a trade deal, but past hard work will pay off.

  6. 21 March 2016 - Humanities

    An explosion of radical ideas

    Archivist Rachel Buchanan explores the creative processes and intellectual stimulus behind iconic feminist Germaine Greer's The Female Eunuch.

  7. 7 March 2016 - Humanities

    Flexible families = workplace equality

    Here are five key ideas that could have a positive effect on equalising gender relations and improving the status of families.

  8. 12 February 2016 - Public Affairs

    Coal seam gas debate is more than hot air

    AGL announces it will quit exploring coal seam gas in Gloucester, New South Wales. What's really behind their decision?

  9. 8 December 2015 - Public Affairs

    Light shines on Timor-Leste

    Xanana Gusmão says Timor-Leste is making strong progress after winning independence from Indonesia – and how Australia can help and also learn.

  10. 23 October 2015 - Engineering & Technology

    Today’s smart machines owe much to Australia’s first computer

    Today machines are small, fast and deeply embedded in our daily lives. But they’re not fundamentally different from Australia’s first computer.