University of Melbourne Magazine

As the world’s population soars, millions of people are at risk from earthquakes. University researchers are working to identify the risks and minimise the losses.

Issue 2, 2015

Many women are frustrated by the slow pace of change in the gender balance in corporate Australia.

Issue 2, 2015

After a long legal struggle, two Australian drug smugglers were executed in Indonesia earlier this year. For their team of defence lawyers, the journey was both harrowing and uplifting.

Issue 2, 2015

Love art? Take advantage of this exclusive alumni offer from the National Gallery of Victoria.

Issue 2, 2015

Australia needs a new generation of entrepreneurs, and the University is working hard to generate them.

Issue 2, 2015

It’s 60 years since Australia’s greatest satirical character, Edna Everage, made a reluctant stage debut at the University. Her creator, Barry Humphries, had no clue of the triumphs that would follow. Michael Shmith reports.

Issue 2, 2015

There’s more to the bubbles in champagne than meets the eye.

Issue 2, 2015

Sustainability is more than a subject for study at the University – it’s a way of life for many staff and students.

Issue 2, 2015

A vintage synthesiser famed for its role in Doctor Who has been resurrected for current students to enjoy.

Issue 2, 2015

The rise of children’s adventure stories – and the changing society they reflect – are explored in an exhibition at the Baillieu Library on Parkville campus.

Issue 2, 2015
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