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Collected by: University of Melbourne

Archived since: Sep, 2008

Description:

A collection of web sites related to the University's Research Function. Includes the Melbourne Research Office, the Office of Research Ethics & Integrity and some research projects (refer to Units, Networks & Other collections for other research projects).

Subject:   Science & Health Arts & Humanities Society & Culture

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URL: http://ageingresearch.unimelb.edu.au/

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Title: Research Projects Database

URL: http://apps.eng.unimelb.edu.au/research-projects/

Description: Melbourne School of Engineering Research Projects Database

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Title: Melbourne Research & Grants Bulletin

URL: http://bulletin.research.unimelb.edu.au/

Description: The Research Grants Bulletin is a highly valued fortnightly email service available only to staff and students of the University. It contains the latest information on research grant opportunities (including ARC and NHMRC), as well as related seminars and workshops.

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URL: http://compbioresearch.unimelb.edu.au/

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URL: http://disabilityresearch.unimelb.edu.au/

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Title: Welcome to the University of Melbourne eshowcase | University of Melbourne eshowcase

URL: http://eshowcase.unimelb.edu.au/

Description: eshowcase is a searchable database of learning resources developed at the University of Melbourne. eshowcase includes a series of specialised digital collections that feature items from the Baillieu Library Cultural Collection.

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Title: Find an Expert

URL: http://findanexpert.unimelb.edu.au/

Description: Find an Expert provides a dynamic and reliable source of information about the research and scholarship of staff at The University of Melbourne.

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URL: http://hallmarkinitiatives.unimelb.edu.au/

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URL: http://indigenousresearch.unimelb.edu.au/

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URL: http://materialsresearch.unimelb.edu.au/

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Title: The Research Bazaar

URL: http://melbourne.resbaz.edu.au/

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Title: Melbourne Research

URL: http://mro.unimelb.edu.au/

Description: Under the academic leadership of the Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Research) Melbourne Research is charged with the responsibility of supporting the management, administration and development of the University's research agenda. Melbourne Research comprises the Office of the Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Research), Melbourne Research, eResearch and Research Leadership Unit.

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Subject:   Research

Title: Research : Law Research : University of Melbourne

URL: http://research.law.unimelb.edu.au/

Description: The Office for Research (Law) is an administrative unit of the Melbourne Law School that supports the Associate Dean (Research) and the Faculty Research Committee. It provides a range of services to staff and graduate research students and has responsibility for the following main areas: Law Graduate Research Program Annual Research Publications Collection Funding for Research Human Ethics Approval for Research Projects Online Research Assistants Database In addition the Office produces the annual Melbourne Law Schools' Research Report and coordinates or promotes a number of events for staff and RHD students including Research Workshop Series.

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Subject:   Research

Title: Research | Faculty of Medicine, Dentistry and Health Sciences

URL: http://research.mdhs.unimelb.edu.au/

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Title: Research : Veterinary Science : University of Melbourne

URL: http://research.vet.unimelb.edu.au/

Description: Research areas in the Faculty of Veterinary Science

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Subject:   Research

Title: Research Institutes : The University of Melbourne

URL: http://ri.unimelb.edu.au/

Description: The University of Melbourne is committed to being a comprehensive research-intensive university able to respond to major social, economic and environmental challenges. Traditionally this has involved harnessing the strength, breadth and depth of its research within discipline boundaries, but increasingly the complex nature and global scale of the challenges facing society is also demanding new and more flexible ways of working in multidisciplinary teams. To facilitate this, the University has established the Melbourne Research Institutes. A portfolio of Institutes is being established, which draws on the breadth of the University’s research activity, whilst retaining and respecting disciplines strengths. Each Institute brings together researchers from across the University to form new teams to tackle big, complex issues. The Institutes also showcase the diverse research programs taking place across the University. There are currently six Melbourne Research Institutes - Broadband Enabled Society, Energy, Materials, Neuroscience, Sustainable Society and Social Equity.

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Title: Research Unit for Multilingualism and Cross-Cultural Communication (RUMACCC) | Research Unit for Multilingualism and Cross-Cultural Communication (RUMACCC)

URL: http://rumaccc.unimelb.edu.au/

Description: RUMACCC was founded in 2001 by the internationally renowned linguist, Professor Michael Clyne (1939-2010), when he was professorial fellow in linguistics at The University of Melbourne. The unit conducts research in Australian and international contexts in fields such as: the maintenance and development of bi- and multilingualism, including language demography language in social context bilingual education and sociolinguistic aspects of second language acquisition inter-cultural communication language policy the provision and uptake of languages study in Australia The unit then disseminates the results of this research, facilitating cooperation between researchers, those who are the subjects of research, and the potential users of that research. RUMACCC is located in the School of Languages and Linguistics at The University of Melbourne. RUMACCC was founded in 2001 by the internationally renowned linguist, Professor Michael Clyne (1939-2010), when he was professorial fellow in linguistics at The University of Melbourne. The unit conducts research in Australian and international contexts in fields such as: the maintenance and development of bi- and multilingualism, including language demography language in social context bilingual education and sociolinguistic aspects of second language acquisition inter-cultural communication language policy the provision and uptake of languages study in Australia The unit then disseminates the results of this research, facilitating cooperation between researchers, those who are the subjects of research, and the potential users of that research. RUMACCC is located in the School of Languages and Linguistics at The University of Melbourne. RUMACCC was founded in 2001 by the internationally renowned linguist, Professor Michael Clyne (1939-2010), when he was professorial fellow in linguistics at The University of Melbourne. The unit conducts research in Australian and international contexts in fields such as: the maintenance and development of bi- and multilingualism, including language demography language in social context bilingual education and sociolinguistic aspects of second language acquisition inter-cultural communication language policy the provision and uptake of languages study in Australia The unit then disseminates the results of this research, facilitating cooperation between researchers, those who are the subjects of research, and the potential users of that research. RUMACCC is located in the School of Languages and Linguistics at The University of Melbourne.

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Title: Research in Science

URL: http://science.unimelb.edu.au/research/

Description: Science at Melbourne is internationally recognised for the range and diversity of research areas that are peopled by our exceptional academic community. Exciting areas of research cover nanotechnology, biotechnology and biophysics, climate change, water, environments, informatics and systems modelling, bioinformatics, medicinal chemistry, advanced smart materials, origins of the universe, sustainable energy, pests and diseases.

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Subject:   Research

Title: Social Justice Initiative : The University of Melbourne

URL: http://socialjustice.unimelb.edu.au/

Description: The Social Justice Initiative was founded at the University of Melbourne in 2007. The aim of the Social Justice Initiative (SJI) is to facilitate interdisciplinary research of international standing and strengthen the growing interest in questions of social justice at the University of Melbourne and beyond. In particular, the SJI aims to build links between the different theoretical understandings and practical applications of social justice developed across a range of disciplines. These include: inequality, poverty, distributive justice, welfare and unemployment policy, the nature of work, the social justice implications of new technologies, mental and indigenous health, obesity, global justice and the social justice implications of climate change. SJI members also conduct research on key theoretical dimensions of social justice including: inequality, poverty, tolerance and distributive justice. The Research section of this website outlines projects undertaken and funded by the SJI. The Initiative is being funded through the Melbourne Strategic Research Initiatives Fund as well as by the Faculties of Arts, Economics and Commerce, Law, and Medicine, Dentistry and Health Sciences.

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Subject:   Research

URL: http://therapeutictechnologiesresearch.unimelb.edu.au/

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Title: From Colonisation to Conciliation

URL: http://www.c2c.unimelb.edu.au/

Description: From colonisation to conciliation: A collaborative examination of social work practice with Indigenous populations', is an international Australian Research Council (ARC) Linkage Project Recognising that the social work profession has a complex history of working with Indigenous populations-and that one of the factors in maintaining this problematic relationship is the marginalisation of Indigenous issues within mainstream social work practice-this project brings together Indigenous community representatives and Elders, social work practitioners and academics across Australia and the United States, together with other international education and practice developments, to identify the ways in which social work practice can enhance, rather than inhibit, Indigenous well-being.

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Subject:   Research

Title: CONDUIT & trade; Program: The University of Melbourne

URL: http://www.conduit.unimelb.edu.au/

Description: CONDUIT™ is an information network underpinned by a formal methodology and a set of electronic tools to manage informed consent, data extraction, linkage, cleansing, analysis and presentation. The vision is a spatial network, stretching from Northern Melbourne to Northeast Victoria, which will enable the conduct of comprehensive population health and cohort studies, with urban-rural comparisons. The theoretical and technical underpinnings of CONDUIT™ are consolidated through formal partnerships and formal contract agreements with key computing and health informatics networks. These partnerships place the Faculty and University in a strong strategic position to undertake longitudinal studies which span the continuum from benchtop to clinical research in hospital and community settings.

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Subject:   Research

Title: Greenhouse in Agriculture

URL: http://www.greenhouse.unimelb.edu.au/

Description: Research, develop and communicate cost-effective (win-win) options for the abatement of methane and nitrous oxide from Victorian agriculture

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Subject:   Research

URL: http://www.iletc.com.au/

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Title: MACAM 2009 and beyond

URL: http://www.macam.unimelb.edu.au/

Description: MACAM is undergoing a transition for 2009 and the future. Previously, MACAM has been run as monthly seminars at the University of Melbourne to give researchers the opportunity to present their studies to the music research community.

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Subject:   Research

Title: Melbourne University Virtual Environments for Simulation : The University of Melbourne

URL: http://www.muves.unimelb.edu.au/

Description: The Melbourne University Virtual Environments for Simulation project has been funded by the University of Melbourne Strategic Research Initiatives Fund, with support from the Faculty of Medicine, Dentistry and Health Sciences, the Faculty of Engineering and the Faculty of Science. The program draws together and expands the University's expertise in surgery, anatomy, computer science and software engineering, image processing, biomedical engineering, cognitive and behavioural psychology and educational research thus positioning the University to respond to known and predicted needs for basic, strategic basic research and applied research contracts.

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Subject:   Research

Title: NeCTAR

URL: http://www.nectar.org.au/

Description: NeCTAR is an Australian Government project to build new infrastructure specifically for the needs of Australian researchers. In this era of digital connectivity, NeCTAR is using existing and new information and communications technologies to create new digital efficiencies specifically for the needs of Australian researchers. Australian researchers and their technical partners will drive the design of what NeCTAR will look like. NeCTAR is building: New Virtual Laboratories A Research Cloud New eResearch Tools; and, A secure and robust hosting service. NeCTAR is collaborating with a broad mix of international and national technology partners and research disciplines. From scientists to historians, archaeologists, software engineers and arts disciplines. NeCTAR is a $47 million dollar, Australian Government project, conducted as part of the Super Science initiative and financed by the Education Investment Fund. The University of Melbourne is the lead agent, chosen by the Commonwealth Government.

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Title: Best Management Practices for Nitrogen in Dairy

URL: http://www.nitrogen.unimelb.edu.au/

Description: Project Details Best Management Practices for Nitrogen in Intensive Grazing Systems Note - the project has now ended, but we maintain the web site to share the information generated Principal aims To formulate practical management guidelines to minimise nitrogen losses while maintaining productivity in dairy pastures in south eastern Australia. To evaluate a range of existing simulation models for their applicability to N cycling in grazed dairy pasture systems in south eastern Australia, and From #1 and #2, above, to identify critical gaps in information essential for refining aims #1 and #2.

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Title: Notice of Intent Submission - Research, Innovation and Commercialisation

URL: http://www.noi.mro.unimelb.edu.au/

Description: Research, Innovation and Commercialisation (RIC) requires all ARC and NHMRC major round applicants to complete and submit a Notice of Intent. The Notice of Intent advises RIC and your Faculty/Department that you are preparing an application. A University of Melbourne internal tracking number will be allocated and emailed to the nominated applicant.

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Title: Home | Office for Research Ethics and Integrity

URL: http://www.orei.unimelb.edu.au/

Description: The Office for Research Ethics and Integrity, part of Melbourne Research, is responsible for managing ethics and related approval processes and developing and implementing policies and guidelines for responsible research (or research integrity).

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Title: OzNet Hydrological Monitoring Network

URL: http://www.oznet.unimelb.edu.au/

Description: An Australian monitoring network for soil moisture and micrometeorology.

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Subject:   Research

Title: Goulburn River experimental catchment

URL: http://www.sasmas.unimelb.edu.au/

Description: Welcome to the website of the 6,500km² Goulburn River experimental catchment. The catchment was originally set up for the Scaling and Assimilation of Soil Moisture and Streamflow project (SASMAS). Since the installation of the first instrumentation in 2002, additional instruments have been installed for further research projects studying soil carbon fluxes (MADCAP - Merriwa and District Carbon Analysis Project), and the spatial distribution of surface soil moisture within remote sensing footprints at L-band (NAFE - National Airborne Field Experiments).

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Subject:   Research

Title: Little Stringybark Creek

URL: http://www.urbanstreams.unimelb.edu.au/

Description: The Little Stringybark Creek Project is a research program co-ordinated by The University of Melbourne and Monash University. It is putting into practice new approaches to stormwater management, that focus on improving the health of creeks and rivers. Working with local government, water authorities and residents, the project will test the design and implementation of real, on-ground solutions. Most importantly, the project will test how stormwater management can be improved in established suburbs, like Mt Evelyn. This will be a world-first demonstration of restoring an urban creek by fixing up its biggest problem first: urban stormwater runoff.

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Subject:   Research

URL: https://www.embl-abr.org.au/

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URL: https://www.gvl.org.au/

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Title: Melbourne Bioinformatics - Providing bioinformatics support for all researchers and students in Melbourne’s biomedical and biosciences precinct.

URL: https://www.melbournebioinformatics.org.au/

Description: The VLSCI is a $100m initiative of the Victorian Government in partnership with The University of Melbourne and the IBM Life Sciences Research Collaboratory, Melbourne. Other major stakeholders include key Victorian health and medical research institutions, major Universities and public research organisations. It exists for all Victorian Life Sciences researchers and their collaborators. Melbourne Bioinformatics has evolved in 2017 from a seven-year project, the Victorian Life Sciences Computation Initiative (VLSCI) which was funded by the Victorian Government (2009-2016) and member institutions and hosted by the University of Melbourne. This high-end facility has built a team of experts and complex system capacity to enhance life science computing, particularly in Melbourne’s biomedical precinct. The EMBL Australia Bioinformatics Resource (EMBL-ABR, www.embl-abr.org.au) is also hosted at Melbourne Bioinformatics through a funding agreement between the University of Melbourne and Bioplatforms Australia. Co-locating here gives EMBL-ABR access to a team of over 30 expert bioinformaticians working to build Australia’s capacity in bioinformatics, with nodes of activity across all the major Australian states, focussed particularly on meeting the increasing demand for training and skills development in bioinformatics.

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