The Melbourne Research Institutes provide powerful ways of articulating interdisciplinary research to the external world and inform new interdisciplinary collaborations. The Institutes in Action publications provide insights into this expertise and tell their stories for new audiences.
The Melbourne Interdisciplinary Collaboration Exploration (MICE) reports consider individuals' experiences and perceptions of doing interdisciplinary research in the context of competing demands.
Melbourne Interdisciplinary Collaboration Exploration (MICE)
This project used the University's Interdisciplinary Seed Grant scheme as an empirical window onto academics' interdisciplinary collaboration experiences in the program and beyond.
- MICE Phase One Report 2012
- MICE Final Report 2014 - Interdisciplinary collaboration in context: academics and agendas
Institutes in Action
- 2012 Edition
It is the raison d'etre of the University of Melbourne's Research Institutes to promote a greater degree of interaction and collaboration across the campus and to harness our disciplinary strengths to work on problems of substantive societal impact…
- 2011 Edition
The University of Melbourne aspires to being a publicly spirited institution. What does this mean in terms of its research agenda? One answer lies in harnessing the University's great research strengths in pursuit of pressing societal problems…