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Student nurses from all four La Trobe regional campuses received awards at the 2021 Australian Nursing and Midwifery Federation (ANMF) Student Awards on 9 December
ARCSHS Deputy Director Adam Bourne continues on the Victorian Government's LGBTIQ+ Taskforce, with Rainbow Health Australia Director Marina Carman and Dr Sean Mulcahy joining associated working groups.
Submit your design for a mural at the Bioshack!
Farm-scale Natural Capital accounts will provide the Birchip Cropping Group farmers with a tool to measure where their farms sit environmentally for the first time.
The Natural Capital Buyers Club aims to understand what information buyers need to make it easier for them to purchase from farmers on the journey to improve and prove their environmental impact
Dr Erinna Lee proves that careers can change directions, to trust your instincts and follow your dreams.
La Trobe University wins TEFMA's Clever Campus Innovation Award for its work in designing, developing and deploying the La Trobe Energy Analytics Platform (LEAP).
La Trobe's John Richards Centre for Rural Ageing Research has been awarded funding cancer-clinical trials
LIMS Prof Coral Warr receives MNDRA grant to progress research into Motor Neurone Disease
Osteosarcoma cancer research shows promising results.
Dr Andrea Carson's research explored the voluntary and legislative approaches of governments tackling online misinformation and disinformation around the world.
A research project based in Indonesia examines how people with disability are leading efforts for change.
For postdoctoral researcher, Dr Pramod Subedi, ‘research is an always evolving and constant adventure.’
What does a Captain in the Royal Australian Armoured Corps and a molecular scientist have in common?
Summer scholarships across Cancer, Infection and Immunity, Molecular Design and Nanoscience
AINSE awards two LIMS researchers with grants
From Greenwich, London to Melbourne with a few pitstops along the way, we introduce you to Dr Lakshmi Wijeyewickrema.
Two mental health students discuss why they pursued study in the area
The critically endangered Matted Flax-lily (Dianella amoena) has recently resurfaced along Darebin Creek following the re-introduction of cultural burning at the campus.
The La Trobe Rural Health School has dedicated Health Placement Travelling Grants to financially support students