Information for Melbourne researchers
The University of Melbourne is committed to providing a nurturing environment for its research staff and students.
We aim to make your time as a Melbourne researcher enjoyable and rewarding. Professional development opportunities, information and advice, and appropriate levels of infrastructure support are central to achieving this goal.
On this page, you will find a quick access to:
- Information for research supervisors and postgraduate staff: The Melbourne School of Graduate Research offers handbooks, workshops, advice and support to help you effectively supervise research students.
- Grants and fellowships Resources for grant applicants, information about grants and fellowships, contacts and current funding opportunities for research.
- Redmond Barry 1854 Fellowship : This Fellowship shall be awarded to scholars and writers to facilitate research and the production of works of literature that utilise the superb collections of the State Library of Victoria and the University of Melbourne.
- Ethics: Learn how we maintain the highest standard of integrity in research. The University of Melbourne expects a high code of conduct from its staff and students when dealing with different types of human, animal and bioresearch.
- Biotechnology Regulations Online - comprehensive information about the regulation and development of biotechnology and related products in Australia
- Research contracts and intellectual property management: here you will find a guide to Melbourne’s statutes and policies on intellectual property, commercialisation and patents.
- Copyright Office: Important information about Australian copyright laws and their application in a university environment.
- Research management and policy for researchers and research administrators: detailed information about research-related policies in the areas of research integrity and ethics, funding and financial management, contracts, intellectual property, education and training.
- Workshops and information sessions for researchers. Research staff are encouraged to participate in professional development programs, workshops and seminars. See also the Research And Research Training Plan (PDF Document 407KB).
- The research team in the University Systems Project (intranet access only) is investigating better ways of managing our research activities and fostering collaboration between universities, public research agencies, government and the private sector.
- Melbourne Research Office.
- Melbourne Ventures offers a comprehensive commercial advisory and technology commercialisation service to the academic community of the University of Melbourne and its affiliate organisations.