The Melbourne Interdisciplinary Research Institutes provide powerful ways of articulating interdisciplinary research to the community, and inform new interdisciplinary collaborations.
A Better World: Research that changes lives
This publication highlights research stories drawn from across the broad scope of interdisciplinary research that takes place at the University of Melbourne. The stories provide a snapshot of the challenges and opportunities for our society, and illustrate the ways our interdisciplinary agenda is tackling them.
MICE Final Report-2014
Interdisciplinary Collaboration in Context: Academics and Agendas is the final report of the MICE project. It argues that while collaborative interdisciplinary research is hard work, and people's experiences of it are strongly context specific, it is generally highly valued by those involved and is delivering a wide range of benefits.
Institutes in action 2012
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…
MICE Phase1 Report-2012
The Melbourne Interdisciplinary Collaboration Exploration (MICE) project used the University's Interdisciplinary Seed Grant scheme as an empirical window onto academics' interdisciplinary collaboration experiences in the program and beyond.
Institutes in action 2011
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…