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Description: The Australian Urban Research Infrastructure Network (AURIN) is a $20 million initiative funded by the Australian Government’s Super Science scheme. AURIN will provide built environment and urban researchers, designers and planners with infrastructure to facilitate access to a distributed network of aggregated datasets and information services. These datasets and services are essential to understanding patterns of urban development, and to form and model urban growth for a sustainable future. AURIN will also provide the mechanisms, protocols and tools by which data can be accessed, interrogated, modelled and/or simulated. This will assist improved design and management of our cities, by linking the physical and social aspects of the built environment.
Description: A blog (or web log) is a web site or online journal where entries are shown in chronological order, with the most recent writings shown first. People can comment on what you have written, either by email, leaving a comment or by linking directly to it. The blogs offered at the University are powered by a blog application called WordPress. This application allows authors with minimal technical experience to post blog entries and administer the site.
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Description: Website for the Annual Melbourne Conferences on China
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Description: Our mission is to improve the student learning experience in the Faculty of Business and Economics. We provide a wide range of programs and services for academics and for graduate and undergraduate students. Our programs and services are embedded in the Business and Economics disciplines and are grounded in extensive research into teaching and learning.
Description: The Electoral Regulation Research Network was established in 2012 with the aim of fostering exchange and discussion amongst academics, electoral commissions and other interested groups on research relating to electoral regulation. The objectives of the Network are to: provide regular forums for policy and scholarly discussion of research relating to electoral regulation; enhance and enrich Australian research on electoral regulation; and facilitate research collaboration amongst academics, electoral commissions and other interested groups on the topic of electoral regulation.
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Description: We are the Quantitative and Applied Ecology group in the School of Botany at the University of Melbourne. We’re a diverse bunch of ecologists who work across a wide spectrum of taxa and environments from frogs to flowers and deserts to desktops. As a group, our research foci include environmental decision making, ecosystem management, and conservation biology, but we won’t shy away from attacking bread and butter topics like community and population ecology, and ecophysiology. The group also forms part of two larger research groups: The Centre of Excellence for Environmental Decisions (CEED) and the NERP Environmental Decisions Hub. Two core beliefs underlie the group’s approach to research. First, we firmly believe that an emphasis on the careful and thoughtful use of quantitative methods and models underpins robust ecological inquiry. And second, to manage our environment and make good decisions requires an understanding of ecological, economic and social dynamics, built on a strong foundation of basic ecology.
Description: MelNet is a Melbourne-based consortium of universities with significant experties in social network analysis, which conducts research and training in the theory, methods and applications of social networks.
Description: The University of Melbourne Veterinary Hospital is one of Australia’s leading veterinary hospital facilities, based in Werribee. We provide veterinary care to the community via our general practice (primary and preventative care), referral practice (for veterinarians), emergency and critical care services and an equine centre. We essentially operate like a large veterinary practice contained within world class facilities. Our team of caring and highly-qualified veterinary staff treat over 17,000 animals each year which is supported by a dedicated veterinary nurses, specialist technicians and administrative staff. We employ over 40 registered veterinarians from interns to senior veterinary registrars. As well as our general practice, we provide specialist veterinary services in surgery, anaesthesia, radiology, neurology and clinical pathology. Our emergency and critical care department is open 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. It is supported by modern diagnostic capabilities and on-site pathology laboratories, which enable us to promptly diagnose and manage complex, involved and unusual cases. Importantly, we are also a teaching hospital and research facility. We are committed to educating the veterinarians of today and tomorrow. Students maybe allowed to undertake simple procedures such as administering medication but most cases require advanced veterinary care that is only provided by experienced veterinarians. We thank you for allowing us to involve veterinary students in the care of your pet.
Description: A number of different university departments and centres are located at Austin Health, and information for each department can be obtained by following the links.
Description: The Australian Venom Research Unit (AVRU) is an internationally recognised interdisciplinary research unit focused on the problem of venomous injury in Australia and the Asia-Pacific. The AVRU was established by Associate Professor Struan Sutherland, formerly of CSL, on the 1st of July 1994 in the Department of Pharmacology at the University of Melbourne. This followed an announcement by CSL Ltd (the former Commonwealth Serum Laboratories) that after a 65 year period, its interest in venom and antivenom research was to cease. The announcement was made immediately prior to the launch of CSL Ltd on the Australian Stock Exchange in May 1994. As such the Unit builds on 70 years of expertise concerning venom and antivenom research and advocacy at CSL. CSL assisted in the establishment of the Unit and initial annual funding came from the Victorian Department of Human Services. Since 2002 the Unit has been mostly funded by the Australian Government through the Department of Health and Ageing as well as the Australia Research Council. The Australian Venom Research Unit aims to provide world-class expertise on the problem of Australia's venomous creatures, their toxins and the care of the envenomed patient.
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Description: The Biology Laboratory provides a teaching facility for the first year programs in the biological sciences.
Description: Biomedical engineering is an exciting field in engineering and a relatively new discipline for the Melbourne School of Engineering. Biomedical engineers apply engineering techniques and analyses to problem-solving in medicine and the biomedical sciences, bridging the gap between technology, medicine and biology.
Description: The CUBIN laboratory (CUBINlab) was created in August 2002. It is a UNIX based integrated network environment supporting research in CUBIN. This page is the gateway to the CUBINlab users site. It gives a more detailed look at the facilities available and is primarily for users of the network. Many links on this site will not be accessible outside of the department and others are for CUBINlab users or administrators only.
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Description: Our overall aim is to co-ordinate the efforts of the University of Melbourne and its affiliated institutions to tackle diabetes using state of the art basic and clinical science and evidence-based individual therapy and public health measures.
Description: Dookie campus is transforming agriculture through education, innovation and technology to contribute to global food security and support a prosperous regional Australia.
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Description: NeuroEngineering is about using scientific methods to understand and model the nervous system, and to use this knowledge to engineer systems that interact with, augment, or mimic nervous system functionality.
Description: Endeavour Language Teacher Fellowships website managed by the Asia Education Foundation on behalf of the Australian Government Department of Education, Employment and Workplace Relations until 30 June 2010.
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Description: The University of Melbourne’s Health and Biomedical Informatics Research Unit is based in the Melbourne School of Medicine, within the Faculty of Medicine, Dentistry and Health Sciences and located in Melbourne’s Parkville Precinct, a major centre for healthcare and biomedical research. Unit staff are multidisciplinary, with a wide range of research and teaching experience in Medicine, Biomedical Multimedia, eHealth and Telehealth, Computer Science, Information Systems, Information and Communication Technology, and eLearning. The Unit works closely with researchers and clinicians from all areas of the Faculty, as well as with the University's Institute for a Broadband Enabled Society, the Department of Computing and Information Systems, and a growing number of academic and industry partners.
Description: The Civil Justice Research Group fosters research, discussion and debate about the administration of civil justice. We focus on the role and operation of civil courts and tribunals, access to civil justice, and wider questions about the resolution of civil disputes. We bring together scholars, judges, practitioners and others interested in discussing law and policy, identifying opportunities for change and initiating reforms. The work of the Group informs the teaching of civil justice subjects in LLB, JD and MLM programmes at the Melbourne Law School. The Civil Justice Research Group is committed to the exchange of knowledge among academic and other communities, and collaborates with judges, lawyers, policymakers and law reform agencies in its teaching and research activities.
Description: The Competition Law & Economics Network is a network of people engaged in research, teaching and other activities in areas related to competition law and economics at the University of Melbourne. The Network has been established by the Melbourne Law School, but has members and encompasses activities from other University of Melbourne faculties - particularly the Faculty of Business & Economics and the Melbourne Business School. The Network thus reflects the interdisciplinary nature of this field of regulation.
Description: The Office was established in 2007, to highlight and consolidate the many teaching and learning initiatives undertaken at the Law School. These programs include the provision of support services to students, professional development opportunities for staff and the development and formulation of policy to enhance teaching and learning.
Description: The Obligations Group at Melbourne Law School supports research and scholarly discussion on the law of obligations, which includes the law of contract, tort, unjust enrichment and restitution, equity and trusts, remedies and private law theory. The group provides a forum for academic discussion of these topics and facilitates interaction between academics and practitioners on issues of current interest.
Description: The Tax Group aims for excellence in tax education and research. We teach a wide range of subjects in postgraduate and undergraduate tax programs, carry out tax research with a technical, public policy and reform focus and contribute to public debate on taxation issues.
Description: The LIME Network is a program of Medical Deans Australia and New Zealand, funded by the Australian Government Department of Health and Ageing. The LIME Network is a dynamic network dedicated to ensuring the quality and effectiveness of teaching and learning of Indigenous health in medical education, as well as best practice in the recruitment and retention of Indigenous medical students. The LIME Network Program seeks to establish a continuing national presence that encourages and supports collaboration within and between medical schools in Australia and New Zealand to support the development, delivery and evaluation of quality Indigenous health content in medical education with the aid of the CDAMS Indigenous Health Curriculum Framework and the Critical Reflection Tool (CRT). It also seeks to build multi-disciplinary and multi-sectoral linkages and to provide quality review, professional development, capacity-building;and advocacy functions. The LIME Network recognises and promotes the primacy of Indigenous leadership and knowledge.
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Description: Melbourne Ventures is the technology commercialisation company of the University of Melbourne. We offer a comprehensive commercial advisory and technology commercialisation service to the academic community of the University of Melbourne and its affiliate organisations. It is a division of UoM Commercial Ltd, the overarching commercialisation company of the University.
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Description: The Medical Education Unit (MEU) aims to provide educational programs and consultancies that shape the ideal doctor for the 21st century. The MEU builds on a platform of innovation and educational leadership to focus on five main areas of activity: Curriculum development & support Professional development in medical education Educational Research Assessment Program evaluation Since its inception in 1997, the MEU has guided the introduction of the University of Melbourne's innovative medical curriculum while continually revising and refreshing it to keep it at the forefront of medical courses internationally. While strongly problem-based and student centred, the curriculum also captures the teaching expertise of the university's world-leading academics. A depth of preclinical understanding is matched with robust clinical competence to produce a medical graduate who is prepared for a lifetime of scholarship.
Description: Operations Research is the science of using advanced analytical methods to improving decision making. Melbourne Operations Research (MORe) is a leading Operations Research consulting practice, based in the Department of Mathematics and Statistics at the University of Melbourne. MORe specialises in planning, scheduling and logistics. MORe is committed to developing high quality solutions that deliver real results. For your organisation this means better informed decision making, improved efficiency and greater profitability.
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Description: Melbourne Sexual Health Centre is a free, walk-in clinic providing testing and treatment for sexually transmissible infections.
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Description: The Melbourne School of Information (MSI) brings together IT programs from across the University, and provides a gateway for you to find information, make enquiries and apply for study in IT programs offered at the University.
Description: Founded in 1953, Melbourne Theatre Company is the oldest professional theatre company in Australia, and is a semi-autonomous department of the University of Melbourne. It is not only Victoria’s major theatre company and one of the major performing arts companies in Australia, but one of the largest theatre companies in the English-speaking world.
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Description: Onemda VicHealth Koori Health Unit is committed to research and teaching that is underpinned by principles of Indigenous community development and will lead to long-term improvements in Aboriginal health.
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Description: We are quantitative scientists with expertise in biostatistics, epidemiology and data management.
Description: n January 2003, MUP became Melbourne University Publishing Ltd, a wholly owned subsidiary of the University of Melbourne. Melbourne University Publishing Ltd inherits the proud 80-year history of Melbourne University Press, which was founded in 1922. MUP publishes approximately 80 books and electronic products each year over a wide range of subject areas and disciplines, and maintains a backlist of some 350 titles.
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