University of Melbourne Magazine

Dr Kanchana Kanchanasut is the woman responsible for connecting Thailand to the internet.

Feral predators become opportunists following a forest fire, researchers have found.

In 2008, the University underwent the biggest transformation in its history when it introduced a groundbreaking new curriculum.

Cancer researchers are usually in the business of shrinking tumours. Dr Elizabeth Vincan wants to grow them.

A group of University of Melbourne researchers has conquered the seemingly impossible task of generating and storing pure oxygen without electrical power.

Physics at the University of Melbourne has been advanced with the announcement of two major gifts.

Hundreds of University staff and students are engaged in critical climate change research.

A changing climate means that by 2070 koalas may no longer call large parts of inland Australia home, a University study has shown.

A new STELaRLab is set to be established in the heart of the University’s engineering and science innovation precinct.

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