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  1. 9 October 2017 - Health & Wellbeing

    Hiring for personality, training for skill

    Developing just technical skills is not enough in today’s workplace; University of Melbourne experts discuss the importance of multi-skilling for the future.

  2. 9 October 2017 - Humanities

    Adapting to the speed of change

    As automation and technology advances changes the nature and availability of work - University of Melbourne experts look at how to prepare for unpredictability.

  3. 9 October 2017 - Design

    Working in an autonomous world

    Autonomous tech will change our infrastructure; University of Melbourne experts look at how innovations like driverless cars could impact on the way we work.

  4. 9 October 2017 - Inside Business

    5 ways the future of work could change for women

    Women remain under-represented in senior roles and earn less. University of Melbourne experts discuss what the future of work could look like for women?

  5. 6 October 2017 - Humanities

    Becoming Asia-capable

    By 2030, 3.2 billion middle class will live in Asia, but University of Melbourne experts warn that Australia's future business leaders could be left behind.

  6. 6 October 2017 - Engineering & Technology

    Thriving amid the rise of the machines

    The impact of automation is being felt by the human workforce; but University of Melbourne experts say it's time to focus what jobs humans do better than robots

  7. 6 October 2017 - Inside Business

    Human vs computer: Becoming more employable than an algorithm

    Technology and robotics is a threat to future job security, but University of Melbourne research finds it could free us to use our uniquely human skills.

  8. 22 August 2017 - Science Matters

    Can seaweed fight climate change?

    A University of Melbourne expert asks what role seaweed can play in humanity’s fight to reduce greenhouse emissions, and even save the world?

  9. 18 August 2017 - Engineering & Technology

    Three ways we’re ‘making friends’ with robots

    Robotic limbs, robot coaches and swarm applications are just three ways robots are changing how we live, according to University of Melbourne experts.

  10. 14 May 2017 - Legal Affairs

    Digital disruption and the Law

    The legal profession is experiencing digital disruption. Dean of the University of Melbourne Law School, Carolyn Evans, argues legal education must adapt too.