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Here is an archive of news releases, newest first. Older articles can be retrieved using the News Search box.

[ 9 Jul 2010 ]

StaffNews : No .415
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[ 2 Jul 2010 ]

StaffNews : No. 414
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[ 25 Jun 2010 ]

StaffNews : no. 413
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[ 18 Jun 2010 ]

StaffNews : no 412,
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[ 11 Jun 2010 ]

StaffNews : no. 411
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[ 4 Jun 2010 ]

StaffNews : no 410
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[ 28 May 2010 ]

StaffNews : no. 409
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[ 21 May 2010 ]

StaffNews : no. 408
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[ 14 May 2010 ]

StaffNews : no. 407
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[ 7 May 2010 ]

StaffNews : no. 406
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[ 3 May 2010 ]

The Voice : Our medical future
In a world of ever increasing computer capacity and population growth, a new realm of computational and mathematical methods is being applied to a range of societal issues as diverse as traffic management, flight simulation, drug development and health prevention. By Rebecca Scott.

[ 3 May 2010 ]

The Voice : Live work and play
Work is crucial to our health and well being. Associate Professor Anthony D. LaMontagne looks at means of protecting us from its harmful effects and optimising work’s health-promoting aspects.

[ 3 May 2010 ]

The Voice : Reading recovery for deaf
Deaf children tend to have lower levels of literacy than hearing children, despite a wide range of learning interventions in place in specialist schools and early learning centres, a disparity which tends to carry through to adulthood. Two initiatives from the University of Melbourne’s Graduate School of Education are now tackling the problem. Catriona May reports.

[ 3 May 2010 ]

The Voice : Cities fear-free, organic and symbiotic
Three University of Melbourne projects from the Faculty of Architecture, Building and Planning are among those set to showcase what they believe may point to the forms of future cities as part of the 2010 Venice Architecture Biennale. By David Scott.

[ 3 May 2010 ]

The Voice : Fruits of the loom
The Founding Director of one of Australia’s most successful arts organisations has been awarded a Doctor of Letters from the University of Melbourne. By Katherine Smith.

[ 3 May 2010 ]

The Voice : From waste to health
Melbourne researchers have truly applied the old adage ‘waste not want not’, turning fruit by-products into a rich source of antioxidants for human health. Nerissa Hannink reports.

[ 3 May 2010 ]

The Voice : Vale Sir Edward Woodward – a truly remarkable Australian
Around 400 members of the University community, Melbourne legal fraternity and friends and family attended a commemoration celebrating the life of Sir Edward Woodward AC OBE QC, a former Chancellor of the University of Melbourne, who died on 15 April, aged 81 years. By Christina Buckridge.

[ 3 May 2010 ]

The Voice : From the Vice-Chancellor
The Parkville Precinct

[ 3 May 2010 ]

The Voice : Doing more with less
At a time when farmers in the drought-ravaged Campaspe district have voted to abandon irrigation and some have made the decision to leave the land altogether, the University of Melbourne has gone back to the farm to find out the best ways to do more with less water. By Gabrielle Murphy.

[ 3 May 2010 ]

The Voice : Trawling past climate
South-eastern Australia is in the grip of one of the worst droughts in recorded history. A project to improve our understanding of the historical impacts of climate extremes will assist with planning for a hotter and drier future. Gabrielle Murphy reports.

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