The women putting intelligence in artificial intelligence
On International Women's Day, University of Melbourne experts say it’s crucial women play a role in AI innovation and education to combat gender discrimination.
The COVID-19 vaccine difference between men and women
New research that includes the University of Melbourne finds there's a gender difference when it comes to the effectiveness and side effects of COVID-19 vaccine
Japan’s hidden landscape of violent crime
The shooting of Shinzo Abe shocked the world, but Japan has a hidden number of violent crimes – particularly against women, says University of Melbourne expert.
Australia’s courts and gender dysphoria
Australia’s courts oversee the treatment for some children experiencing gender dysphoria, but University of Melbourne research asks if there's an alternative.
Prevention and justice for sexual violence
Bianca Fileborn is researching the factors surrounding sexual violence – including place – and how we can better prevent it while providing new forms of justice
Adolescence - a critical time to address gender inequality
A major study across Asia/Pacific reveals stark gender inequalities in adolescence, providing road map for effective action, say University of Melbourne experts
What the media tells us about gender diversity at work
New University of Melbourne research looks at what Australian print media narratives do, don’t and should tell us about gender diversity in our workplaces.
Why are women ignored by medical research?
Medical research aims to treat disease but women are often left out – and that must change, says a University of Melbourne expert on International Women's Day.
Call for a new age in science
As we mark International Women's Day, a University of Melbourne expert says peer-review processes overwhelmingly benefiting men are scientifically flawed.
Busting the myths about sexual harassment
University of Melbourne experts say we have decades of research on sexual harassment and how to combat it. But first, we need to dispel the myths that enable it