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Be inspired, challenged and supported by some of the world's brightest minds.

At Melbourne, you'll learn to think critically, creatively and collaboratively. Then, go beyond the lecture theatre to study overseas, volunteer or connect with leaders in your field.

Home to more than 100 research centres, galleries and museums, a veterinary clinic and even a working vineyard. Our community not only works with world-leading technology, we design it. From the bionic ear to improving our city skyline with green roofs or creating a robotic prosthetic that 'talks to the brain' - you'll join a community dedicated to making a positive impact.

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Inside Melbourne

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Episode 10: A STEM of advice

We’re back! After a brief hiatus, we’re proud to unleash our series finale: A STEM of Advice. It’s our most jam-packed episode yet, featuring tips and tricks from almost every guest we’ve interviewed so far.

Bonus episode: In conversation with Alan Finkel, Chief Scientist of Australia

In this special bonus episode of Secret Life of STEM, our resident Science Advisor Dr Andi Horvath speaks to Australia’s Chief Scientist, Alan Finkel. Listen in as Alan Finkel talks about his inspirations and biggest tips for aspiring scientists, and answers year 10’s burning STEM questions.

Episode 9: Growing pop cultures

Futurists often use popular science-fiction stories to predict future STEM trends.Many technologies previously seen only on Star Trek and similar shows have now become everyday objects, like the iPad. Can you think of something you use today that might have come out of a sci-fi movie in the past?

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