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3010 - melbourne university magazine

Profiles, features and news from 3010 - melbourne university magazine.

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Land rites - The ‘living laboratory’ of Dookie Campus gives students a high-tech grasp of our future food needs.

Land rites | 3010

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The gallery owner: Rebecca Hossack - Meet alumna Rebecca Hossack, owner of the Rebecca Hossack Art Gallery in London.

The gallery owner: Rebecca Hossack | 3010

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A funny thing happened…Can Ronny Chieng and a new generation of comedians rekindle a University tradition that began with Barry Humphries?

A funny thing happened… | 3010

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Art and soul of the community - The freedom, creativity, autonomy, excitement and fulfilment of street and public art capture alumna Kaff-eine’s attention, and her heart.

Art and soul of the community | 3010

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Five key moments in street art history - From Pompeii and Herculaneum to the Melbourne Now exhibition, here are five key moments in street art history.

Five key moments in street art history | 3010

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A gift for giving - Audette Exel has deployed her skill in global finance to help the poor in the world’s remotest areas.

A gift for giving | 3010

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Why Melbourne loves street art - University of Melbourne researcher Professor Alison Young discusses why street art is so popular in Melbourne.

Why Melbourne loves street art | 3010

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Gold standard - The University Athletics Club is about to mark 125 years of success, all the way to Olympic glory.

Gold standard | 3010

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Olympic highlights - The University has a long and proud involvement with the Olympic movement. Students, alumni, staff and club members have represented Australia at the Games on some 140 occasions.

Olympic highlights | 3010

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Caring for culture - Restoring treasures is all in a day’s work for the Centre for Cultural Materials Conservation.

Caring for culture | 3010

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Of markets and minds - Professor Peter Bossaerts freely admits that he is considered something of an oddball in the world of finance and economics, but his radical ideas could help solve some of the world’s biggest financial issues. Val McFarlane meets him.

Of markets and minds | 3010

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Decoding the mystery of epilepsy - Genetic research is shedding new light on a brain disorder that has long drawn an unfortunate stigma.

Decoding the mystery of epilepsy | 3010

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Are smart meters changing consumer habits? A team of researchers from the University of Melbourne is leading large-scale field experiments to evaluate how consumers respond to smart meter technologies.

Are smart meters changing consumer habits? | 3010

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Wanted: choreographers to shape our urban destiny - Professor Rob Adams argues that cities hold the key to our economic, social and environmental challenges.

Wanted: choreographers to shape our urban destiny | 3010

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New approach to food production - The newly-named Faculty of Veterinary and Agricultural Sciences has consolidated the University of Melbourne’s strengths in food production teaching and research.

New approach to food production | 3010

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Simply startups - The trick to most successful startups is using technology to identify a solution to a customer need, one that saves time and money. Startups that survive and thrive disrupt markets with simple solutions, making it easy for developers to raise cash and develop their business. It’s every budding entrepreneur’s dream. Angela Martinkus talks to three graduates who have pulled it off.

Simply startups | 3010

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Grand designs - Jefa Greenaway is working to bring Indigenous perspectives to the world of architecture #architecture

Grand designs | 3010

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Deep in thought - Its mission is to help shape Australia’s big policy debates — and so far the Grattan Institute seems to have hit the mark. Gay Alcorn goes inside the think tank. #GrattanInstitute #publicpolicy #auspol

Deep in thought | 3010

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A friendly face in a foreign land - A lovely insight on the University's Welcome to Melbourne program.

A friendly face in a foreign land | 3010

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Alumni in the Arts: Books and performances by our talented alumni.

Alumni in the arts | 3010

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New faces in senior roles.

Appointments | 3010

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Graduates gather in Kuala Lumpur for celebration #UoMAlumni #Malaysia

Malaysian alumni celebrate in style | 3010

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Mentoring program creating mutually beneficial partnerships - The Faculty of Business and Economics Career Mentoring program is successfully matching hundreds of graduate and undergraduate students with business professionals in mentoring partnerships.

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Helping socially responsible businesses create positive change - After completing the final exams of the Master of International Business, University of Melbourne student Archit Chanana travelled to Africa where he worked with ambitious Kenyan entrepreneurs, helping them grow businesses that make a positive social impact.