The Hallmark Research Initiatives program is intended to enable the maturing of interdisciplinary research communities that build on existing strengths across the University. It seeks to harness cross-University capabilities and increase the impact of our high quality research.
Current Hallmark Research Initiatives
Building research scholarship addressing the complexity of housing systems and their role in supporting or inhibiting sustainability, social justice and economic stability.
BioInspiration is an approach to innovation: principles underpinning biological systems are applied creatively to human technological and design challenges.
Creativity and Wellbeing
Focusing on the intersection of creativity and wellbeing.
Economic and Social Participation
Developing an understanding of participation in and engagement with social, economic and political institutions across the lifecourse
Focusing on protein production and involving aspects of social and cultural acceptability, health and wellbeing, and sustainability
Promoting indigenous research and indigenous researchers from across the University of Melbourne research community
Seeking to develop an interdisciplinary understanding of Indonesian governance in comparative context.
Creating opportunities for University of Melbourne researchers to engage in academic collaboration and multidisciplinary research on statelessness and citizenship