Could this never before seen process be the answer to treating some diseases?
Big FAT Idea - Understanding cell death
Video of Dr Ivan Poon discussing his research into cell death.
Student learning experience: using new technology
Ideas that centre around real world problems that matter to the Australian community.
In the heart of the footy season, La Trobe researchers and academics present their Big FAT AFL Ideas.
Community engagement ideas and projects from our researchers and staff.
Six speakers take on five queer ideas: Homophobia, older GLBTI sexuality, gender perception and more.
Five speakers take on issues in rural health: Community need, simulation learning, spaces of wellbeing and 'iTuneification'.
Architecture for science collaboration, ethical geoengineering, obesity epidemic, maternal health and feeding the billions.
Cotton-wool kids, neglected diseases, voicing Sudanese-Australians, teaching science and more...
Sex education, diamonds for cancer patients, human extinction and more...
Eating less fish, pets' positive psychology, accounting and terrorism, sin taxes and more...
In this video one of La Trobe's scientists, Dr Amelia Johnston explores her Big FAT Idea – What if we could create a successful treatment for cachexia?
The ecological illiteracy crisis
Giacomo talks about his recent research on how children with autism learn and how we can improve the learning outcomes using innovative treatment approaches.
Jillian talks about Australian zooarchaeology and what we can learn from ancient indigenous diets
Ashley talks about bacteria that can eat and breathe electricity and they way in which they can gain energy.
Gillian talks about issues of sport, sexuality, participation and inclusion and the way in which sport is or could be used to promote more inclusive societies for everyone.