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Collected by: University of Melbourne

Archived since: Sep, 2008

Description:

A collection of web sites related to the University's Research Function. Includes the Melbourne Research Office, the Office of Research Ethics & Integrity and some research projects (refer to Units, Networks & Other collections for other research projects).

Subject:   Science & Health Arts & Humanities Society & Culture

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Title: Research Projects Database

URL: http://apps.eng.unimelb.edu.au/research-projects/

Description: Melbourne School of Engineering Research Projects Database

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Title: Welcome to the University of Melbourne eshowcase | University of Melbourne eshowcase

URL: http://eshowcase.unimelb.edu.au/

Description: eshowcase is a searchable database of learning resources developed at the University of Melbourne. eshowcase includes a series of specialised digital collections that feature items from the Baillieu Library Cultural Collection.

Captured 8 times between Apr 11, 2011 and Jan 19, 2013

Videos: 33 Videos Captured

Title: Find an Expert

URL: http://findanexpert.unimelb.edu.au/

Description: Find an Expert provides a dynamic and reliable source of information about the research and scholarship of staff at The University of Melbourne.

Captured 8 times between Apr 11, 2011 and Jan 19, 2013

Title: Research | Faculty of Medicine, Dentistry and Health Sciences

URL: http://research.mdhs.unimelb.edu.au/

Captured 8 times between Apr 11, 2011 and Jan 19, 2013

Title: Research Institutes : The University of Melbourne

URL: http://ri.unimelb.edu.au/

Description: The University of Melbourne is committed to being a comprehensive research-intensive university able to respond to major social, economic and environmental challenges. Traditionally this has involved harnessing the strength, breadth and depth of its research within discipline boundaries, but increasingly the complex nature and global scale of the challenges facing society is also demanding new and more flexible ways of working in multidisciplinary teams. To facilitate this, the University has established the Melbourne Research Institutes. A portfolio of Institutes is being established, which draws on the breadth of the University’s research activity, whilst retaining and respecting disciplines strengths. Each Institute brings together researchers from across the University to form new teams to tackle big, complex issues. The Institutes also showcase the diverse research programs taking place across the University. There are currently six Melbourne Research Institutes - Broadband Enabled Society, Energy, Materials, Neuroscience, Sustainable Society and Social Equity.

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Title: Research Unit for Multilingualism and Cross-Cultural Communication (RUMACCC) | Research Unit for Multilingualism and Cross-Cultural Communication (RUMACCC)

URL: http://rumaccc.unimelb.edu.au/

Description: RUMACCC was founded in 2001 by the internationally renowned linguist, Professor Michael Clyne (1939-2010), when he was professorial fellow in linguistics at The University of Melbourne. The unit conducts research in Australian and international contexts in fields such as: the maintenance and development of bi- and multilingualism, including language demography language in social context bilingual education and sociolinguistic aspects of second language acquisition inter-cultural communication language policy the provision and uptake of languages study in Australia The unit then disseminates the results of this research, facilitating cooperation between researchers, those who are the subjects of research, and the potential users of that research. RUMACCC is located in the School of Languages and Linguistics at The University of Melbourne. RUMACCC was founded in 2001 by the internationally renowned linguist, Professor Michael Clyne (1939-2010), when he was professorial fellow in linguistics at The University of Melbourne. The unit conducts research in Australian and international contexts in fields such as: the maintenance and development of bi- and multilingualism, including language demography language in social context bilingual education and sociolinguistic aspects of second language acquisition inter-cultural communication language policy the provision and uptake of languages study in Australia The unit then disseminates the results of this research, facilitating cooperation between researchers, those who are the subjects of research, and the potential users of that research. RUMACCC is located in the School of Languages and Linguistics at The University of Melbourne. RUMACCC was founded in 2001 by the internationally renowned linguist, Professor Michael Clyne (1939-2010), when he was professorial fellow in linguistics at The University of Melbourne. The unit conducts research in Australian and international contexts in fields such as: the maintenance and development of bi- and multilingualism, including language demography language in social context bilingual education and sociolinguistic aspects of second language acquisition inter-cultural communication language policy the provision and uptake of languages study in Australia The unit then disseminates the results of this research, facilitating cooperation between researchers, those who are the subjects of research, and the potential users of that research. RUMACCC is located in the School of Languages and Linguistics at The University of Melbourne.

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Title: NeCTAR

URL: http://www.nectar.org.au/

Description: NeCTAR is an Australian Government project to build new infrastructure specifically for the needs of Australian researchers. In this era of digital connectivity, NeCTAR is using existing and new information and communications technologies to create new digital efficiencies specifically for the needs of Australian researchers. Australian researchers and their technical partners will drive the design of what NeCTAR will look like. NeCTAR is building: New Virtual Laboratories A Research Cloud New eResearch Tools; and, A secure and robust hosting service. NeCTAR is collaborating with a broad mix of international and national technology partners and research disciplines. From scientists to historians, archaeologists, software engineers and arts disciplines. NeCTAR is a $47 million dollar, Australian Government project, conducted as part of the Super Science initiative and financed by the Education Investment Fund. The University of Melbourne is the lead agent, chosen by the Commonwealth Government.

Captured 3 times between Nov 05, 2012 and Jan 19, 2013

Title: Home | Office for Research Ethics and Integrity

URL: http://www.orei.unimelb.edu.au/

Description: The Office for Research Ethics and Integrity, part of Melbourne Research, is responsible for managing ethics and related approval processes and developing and implementing policies and guidelines for responsible research (or research integrity).

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Title: Victorian Life Sciences Computation Initiative

URL: http://www.vlsci.org.au/

Description: The VLSCI is a $100m initiative of the Victorian Government in partnership with The University of Melbourne and the IBM Life Sciences Research Collaboratory, Melbourne. Other major stakeholders include key Victorian health and medical research institutions, major Universities and public research organisations. It exists for all Victorian Life Sciences researchers and their collaborators.

Captured 5 times between Sep 11, 2012 and Jan 19, 2013

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