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  1. 25 September 2018 - Legal Affairs

    Misleading conduct? So what!

    The Banking Royal Commission has shown us that disregard for the rule of law needs tougher penalties and rules, according to a University of Melbourne expert.

  2. 23 August 2018 - Engineering & Technology

    What were you thinking?

    University of Melbourne research explores Explainable AI which seeks to understand why AI makes some decisions and their correctness, fairness and transparency.

  3. 23 November 2017 - Humanities

    After the party

    Establishing safe zones around licensed premises could help reduce the harm caused by illicit drugs, says a University of Melbourne expert.

  4. Podcast22 September 2017 - Up Close

    The rise and reach of transnational policing

    Criminologist Ben Bowling on how policing is increasingly crossing national borders, raising serious questions about governance and public accountability.

  5. 18 January 2016 - Engineering & Technology

    Can hackers turn off the lights?

    We all know cyber-criminals can steal our personal information, but what happens when hackers attack our power companies and other critical infrastructure?

  6. Podcast15 January 2016 - Up Close

    Melody and mayhem: Music, the law, and incitement to violence

    The complex nexus between sound and the law – from musical incitement to violence, to sonic crowd control, to the very deliberate design of courtroom acoustics.

  7. Podcast22 December 2015 - Up Close

    Somebody’s following me: On stalkers and their victims

    Forensic psychologist Rosemary Purcell on stalking, the different types of stalkers, and ways for victims to deal with unwanted attention.