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  1. Podcast10 November 2017 - The Policy Shop

    Why can’t we cure cancer?

    This episode of the University of Melbourne's Policy Shop explores why finding a cancer cure is difficult, and how governments can fund research and treatment.

  2. 26 September 2017 - Health & Wellbeing

    Q&A: Comprehensively beating cancer

    Cally Palmer from London's The Royal Marsden and Grant McArthur from the VCCC and the University of Melbourne discuss how comprehensive care is beating cancer.

  3. 25 October 2016 - Engineering & Technology

    Making Big Data deliver

    Australia’s AURIN platform is a unique computing resource tmaking sense of the masses of data researchers are increasingly dealing with to solve problems.

  4. Podcast6 May 2016 - Up Close

    Publish AND perish: Medical researchers under pressure

    Psychiatrist Dr Joeri Tijdink on how research and publication pressures on scientists link to professional burnout and misconduct.

  5. 29 April 2016 - Health & Wellbeing

    Racing the clock against dementia

    Scientists are racing the clock against Alzheimer's with human trials for a drug that promises to stop the disease before symptoms even occur.

  6. 4 March 2016 - Learning & Teaching

    Partnering with the passionate

    Australians are increasingly willing to give to their universities and now it’s up to institutions to engage and deliver on donor passions.

  7. 17 February 2016 - Music, Arts & Screen

    Transforming music performance

    A pioneering study at the Melbourne Conservatorium is investigating how personal motivation and quality of practice affects music performance.

  8. 3 February 2016 - Public Affairs

    Researching disability

    Researchers need to continue focusing on eliminating a history of discriminatory practices in disability research.

  9. 8 December 2015 - Inside Business

    How we can turn research into big business

    Fresh thinking and new models are needed to marry universities and big business to get Australia’s innovation engine moving faster.

  10. 11 November 2015 - Public Affairs

    Is proof overrated? Judge for yourself

    Policymakers often cite research as proof on contested issues. But does overwhelming evidence necessarily lead to evidence-based policy?