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  1. 8 February 2018 - Science Matters

    Miss Lambert’s Thylacine skull

    Pioneering women zoologists and explorers, including those at the University of Melbourne, contributed to naturalist collections like the Tiegs Museum.

  2. 27 January 2018 - Public Affairs

    Julia Gillard: On women

    Former PM Julia Gillard looks back at her legacy to women in Australia as the University of Melbourne marks The McKinnon Prize in Political Leadership.

  3. 12 December 2017 - Health & Medicine

    Can sunshine help your brain?

    New University of Melbourne research suggests adequate Vitamin D in midlife may help women maintain at least some of their brain power as they age.

  4. 11 December 2017 - Humanities

    Balancing the history books, one Wikipedia entry a time

    Wikipedia entries and its contributions are dominated by white men, but a University of Melbourne feminist movement is helping redress the balance

  5. 9 November 2017 - Learning & Teaching

    Remembrance Day: Updating an incomplete record

    A century after WWI, service personnel records are still being updated. This Remembrance Day, the University of Melbourne adds new names to its war history.

  6. 19 October 2017 - Humanities

    ‘Like’ has totally evolved to become, like, a legit word

    The word "like" may be frowned on, but University of Melbourne research finds young women lead the way in how languages and grammar evolve, and it's, like, fine

  7. 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.

  8. 27 September 2017 - Humanities

    Getting women on board

    The University of Melbourne's Asialink explores the innovations in Australia and Singapore getting more women on corporate boards across the Asia Pacific.

  9. 24 August 2017 - Health & Wellbeing

    It’s a fact: Women get better with age

    New research from the University of Melbourne finds that women get happier as they get older: with negative mood and depressive moods decreasing after 50.

  10. 12 July 2017 - Inside Business

    Lack of women in economics ‘bad for business’

    There are too few women in senior roles in Australian economics and it's bad for business, argues senior University of Melbourne economist Abigail Payne.