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This spectacular drone footage, courtesy of Learning Environments, showcases the Alan Gilbert Building. Completed in 2002, the upper levels of the building arc back from the street and are glazed with solar cells, symbolically tilting towards the sun.

The building sits amongst the Parkville medical precinct (also seen in this footage) which includes Medicine, Dentistry & Health Sciences at...
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Is social media making the world a better place... or is it ruining our lives?

Social media politics: for and against

The Melbourne University Community Garden is nurtured by students, alumni and locals to grow vegetables, fruit and herbs as well as hosting workshops and events to learn from each other! Check out their Facebook page to learn how you can get involved ????????☘
It’s no easy feat transforming a quiet place of learning into an outdoor cinema, bar and live music venue.

Turning a University into a Shimmerlands

Unpredictable and inevitable. That's how virologist Eddie Holmes describes pandemics like the Black Death and Ebola in the latest episode of Up Close. So how do we manage them?

Outbreak! Managing human pandemics

Have you spotted the red tree on campus? It's looking particularly stunning at the moment Thanks Troy Hunter for sharing this beautiful Have a great weekend everyone!

Instagram photo by Troy Hunter • Jan 10, 2017 at 9:30am UTC

China's territorial disputes are often reported in the news from a Western point of view - but how does China view things?

This week on Ear to Asia podcast political scientist Dr Sow Keat Tok discusses China's unique view of territorial sovereignty and its creative approaches to sovereignty issues in Hong Kong, Taiwan and the South China Sea.

All under heaven: China's often misunderstood approach to sovereignty

Heart stents need to be as thin and strong as possible to clear blockages. Unfortunately, existing stents can cause fatal complications. Here's how our researchers are now using a stronger, dissolvable stent made with magnesium that can safely navigate through your heart's arteries:

The stent tech-race against heart attack

Language is powerful and it can sometimes divide us in conflict. But language can also be used to heal.

Using education to create cohesion from conflict

Nothing shady going on here... well, unless you count all the shade from the trees

This little courtyard off Professors Walk is the perfect place to escape the sun on a hot day and not too far from coffee ☕ and our friends at the University of Melbourne Library
Have you had a chance to check out Shimmerlands yet? Tonight looks like it will be the perfect weather to sit back and enjoy a free showcase from Provenance records at 5pm ⛱

Thanks to ha_arc for sharing this great photo of the outdoor cinema in action - you can check out the full schedule at: go.unimelb.edu.au/gx3a

Instagram photo by Ha • Jan 5, 2017 at 8:49am UTC

If you missed the Made Possible by Melbourne exhibition while it was installed across the city, then head down to the Dulux Gallery at MSD - Melbourne School of Design before February 17 to take a closer look at how our research is impacting lives all over the world. Learn more about what's been #madepossiblebymelbourne here: pursuit.unimelb.edu.au/madepossible
Donald J. Trump uses Twitter avidly to set policy. He also uses it to attack his opponents in the middle of the night. But now that he's about to become the 45th President of the US, is it time he put the phone down?

Can you run the free world in 140 characters?

Not long to go now... Midsumma Festival is just around the corner and we're very excited to announce that the Trinity Tiger Tones and D2Drumline will be joining us on the march!

Last year we had the largest cohort with more than 200 people — so let's aim to beat it this year

Join us at Midsumma Pride March!

How did an artistic nun come to document the summer of love and the political crises of the 60s and 70s? Visit the free exhibition 'Sister Corita's Summer of Love' at the The Ian Potter Museum of Art this summer and find out!

The University of Melbourne

If you missed the Made Possible by Melbourne exhibition of world-changing research while it was installed across the city, then head down to the Dulux Gallery at MSD - Melbourne School of Design before February 17 to take a closer look at how our research is impacting lives locally and abroad. Learn more about what's been #madepossiblebymelbourne here: pursuit.unimelb.edu.au/madepossible
Will Brexit be the canary in the coal mine for the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) and other regional bodies? Or will it open up new opportunities for trade?

What can ASEAN learn from the Brexit vote?

MSD - Melbourne School of Design is home to the Faculty of Architecture, Building and Planning. The building's design, which includes exposed materials and structures, means our students get some pretty unique insights into construction and fabrication. Check out some 3D scans here: [ Unimelb.edu.au Link ]
Looks like Aussie divorce rates are declining
One of the reasons? More women are going to university!

Divorce declining and marriages 'more successful'