Follow our cutting edge research and discuss the topical issues with staff and students through Victoria's public lecture series.
Professor La Flamme dicusses ways in which can we use our knowledge of the immune system to treat autoimmunity or prevent it from ever happening.
Professor Miriam Meyerhoff discusses how modern technologies are helping the community of Hog Harbour in NE Vanuatu preserve their native language
Professor Jeffrey Shima discusses the science of ecology, the life histories of marine organisms and the great capacity for resilience in the sea
Professor Tyler discusses the challenges and enjoyment of creating novel materials by chemical synthesis, and searching for enzyme inhibitors as new medicines
Dr Paul Litchfield will discuss how we might create a work culture that encourages people to flourish
Associate Professor Ralph Chapman and Morten Gjerde discusses how to incorporate sustainability into our response
to the housing crisis
Victoria University’s Ian Welch and Cyber Toa’s Chris Ward discuss ransomware. What is it and how serious an impact can it have?
Professor Weatherall describes ways features of talk are significant in building joint understanding and maintaining positive relationships
Mark Southcombe and Martin Bryant discuss why we need to make New Zealand cities somewhere all the community can thrive and how we can do it.
Professor Simon Davy outlines the impacts of climate change on the world's coral reefs
Michael Macaulay and Geoff Plimmer discuss how ethical public service leadership can address workplace culture issues and improve trust in the sector
Professor Jutel considers diagnosis as a social phenomenon; explore the social-clinical interface; and identify the social promise and pitfalls of diagnosis
Associate Professor John Townend explains the science behind the quake, the aftershock pattern, and ongoing geological phenomena such as the “slowslip”.
Professor Smith explores why people volunteer, and how organisations can enhance the volunteer experience and the impact of volunteering.
Michael Daubs and Val Hooper discuss fake news— a term that has dominated the media since the 2016 United States presidential
The 2017 Saad Lecture was given by the Malaysian Minister of Youth and Sports, the Honourable Khairy Jamaluddin.
Professor Greenberg gives a gentle overview of the field of computability theory and its development.
Michael Macaulay and Simon
MacKenzie discuss the history of post-truth politics and what post-truth politics mean for civil liberties in the future.