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University Square! With Melbourne Law School to the south, Melbourne Business School to the east, Business and Economics at Melbourne to the south west, Medicine, Dentistry & Health Sciences at UniMelb to the west and the main gate Grattan St entrance to the north, it's the perfect spot to take it all in.
You're on it now, so it's probably a good idea to find out.

Is social media good for you?

Here's how we're developing flexible solar cells for use on roofs, windows, cars and even clothing to provide an efficient and renewable energy source.

More info: go.unimelb.edu.au/n2ka

Can you guess where this view is from?
Alumna and founder of Robogals Marita Cheng has co-created a new smartphone app that helps vision-impaired people see the world around them. This amazing app uses artificial intelligence to identify and recognise objects and is a great example of how technology can help people have more control over their lives and surroundings.
Congratulations to Victorian College of the Arts (VCA) student Sarah Braiser, and Science at Melbourne students Thomas Keogh and Kaih Mitchell who have been awarded New Colombo Plan Scholarships!

The New Colombo Plan Scholarship is open to Australian undergraduate students who wish to undertake study or internships in participating Indo-Pacific locations.

Melbourne students awarded New Colombo Plan Scholarships

A two-year study on family violence has uncovered the hidden experiences of immigrant and refugee women, highlighting the need for culturally-appropriate prevention and support interventions.

Emerging voices: Family violence in immigrant and refugee communities

Cussonia Court in summer ☀
Congratulations to The Citizen which has been awarded best Australian student journalism publication for 2016 at the Ossie awards!

Our Centre for Advancing Journalism students also took out two more awards with Buffy Gorrilla winning the prize for best audio story of more than 2 minutes and Jack Latimore taking home the inaugural John Newfong Prize for his reporting on Indigenous...
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The Citizen wins best student journalism publication

Australia has tough penalties for insider trading - could they become a model for markets worldwide?

How insider traders dodge jail on geography

Hello sunshine! Don't forget to keep tagging your graduations pics with #uomalumni on your socials to go in the draw to win a $1000 prize thanks to Melbourne Uni Alumni!
Stuart Greenbaum, Head of Composition at the Melbourne Conservatorium of Music (MCM) and one of Australia's most widely-performed composers, reaches a milestone birthday this year. As he nears the 50 mark, he discusses music, the meaning of life, and silence.

Stuart Greenbaum: composed at 50

The French Presidential election is coming. Brexit in the UK and Trump in the USA clearly show times are changing... so what will happen in France?

Why France is taking Europe to the crossroad

This is Deakin Court. The pillars in the middle of the courtyard and at the eastern end are relics saved from the original Gothic Revival style Wilson Hall. The sculptures are by Melbourne sculptor Bruce Armstrong, whose work can also be seen at the National Gallery of Victoria and Heide Museum of Modern Art.
Nitrogen has hidden behind carbon emissions in the headlines, but here's why it's actually the more challenging problem.

Nitrogen pollution: forgotten element of climate change

Congratulations to all our recent graduates!
Including Dr Skye Kinder seen here via Instagram.

"Wouldn't have been possible without the love and support of my parents, my partner and my two cats."

Remember to tag your posts with #uomalumni to go in the running to win a $1000 prize thanks to Melbourne Uni Alumni!

Instagram photo by Skye Kinder • Dec 3, 2016 at 11:48pm UTC

Congratulations to our Melbourne Conservatorium of Music (MCM) alumni - Amir Farid and Lachlan and Ewen Bramble who have just released their latest album as the Benaud Trio​. Check out their version of this 80s classic
Crop and livestock diseases not only threaten our food supply, but our farmers' livelihoods and national economies too. So how can we keep our food supply safe?

We chat to Prof John Fazakerley on this episode of Melbourne University Up Close Podcast on getting to grips with inevitable outbreaks.

Going viral: Global food security under threat from crop and livestock diseases

Now housing the GSA - Graduate Student Association, University of Melbourne, the 1888 building was once a residential teacher training institution for the Victorian Education Department. Happy weekend everyone!