3010 is now more than a magazine – it’s a podcast too. The 3010 podcast will take you into the lives of some of our amazing alumni, revealing the fantastic – and, occasionally, surprising – places their Melbourne degree has taken them.
Each Christmas, a grandfather in Melbourne raises a glass to Lynn Burmeister, and thanks her for helping create his eight grandchildren.
An important new exhibition celebrates 65,000 years of Indigenous Australian healing practices through contemporary art.
Donald Hossack OBE PSM (MB BS 1954, BA 1975, MD 2006, Trinity College) overcame dyslexia to become a world-renowned surgeon who helped bring about landmark road safety legislation mandating the wearing of seat belts and alcohol breath-testing.
Sports medicine has come a long way from the days of the gnarled trainer with a slimy, wet towel and a few choice words of encouragement. By Peter Hanlon.
Concussion management in the AFL is beginning to catch up with North American sports practice, but there is still improvement to be made.
The Li Ka Shing Foundation has made its first ever donation to an Australian university.
At first blush they may seem a little macabre, but the exhibits in the University’s Anatomy Museum provide a great teaching resource – and the odd mystery.
Nathaniel Swain credits studying Japanese with kick-starting his passion for speech and language.
The University of Melbourne is one of Australia’s major research organisations, with expenditure second only to the CSIRO, and the largest cohort of research students in Australia.