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Video lecture/presentationVideo interview
4 August 2016

Author and journalist, John Birmingham, discusses why preserving digital content is vital to how our world today will be understood one hundred years from now

Video program
10 July 2016

In 2016, Infrastructure Victoria is convening two citizen juries to get community input into the development of its 30-year infrastructure strategy. The Melbourne jury is considering...

Video lecture/presentation
22 June 2016

In the run-up to the 2016 federal election, the Pre-Election Legal Affairs Debate featured the Attorney-General, Senator the Hon George Brandis QC, and the Shadow-Attorney-General, the Hon Mark...

Video program
21 June 2016

This episode examines the causes of asthma and allergies, the physiological effects of poverty and social isolation, and predicting mental illness and Alzheimer’s by looking at the back of people’...

Video lecture/presentation
21 June 2016

Martin Bowles, Department of Health Secretary, discusses the Department's work and reflects on his experience in the public sector and the challenges facing public servants.

Video program
14 June 2016

Tracks the hunt for the fundamental developmental mechanism that completely rewrites the nature versus nurture argument using three specific examples - violence in men, depression, and cannabis...

Video lecture/presentation
14 June 2016

This video provides a brief overview of Statistics New Zealand's Integrated Data Infrastructure (IDI).

Video podcast
8 June 2016

The final report on the inquiry into end of life choices has been presented by the Victorian Parliament's Legal and Social Issues Committee.

Video program
7 June 2016

Examines causes of life-course persistent offenders (people who are going to continue offending regardless), and people who given the right conditions will return to become mainstream citizens....

Video program
31 May 2016

Focuses on a child's early years and how their mannerisms and behaviour may indicate what sort of adult they may become.