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  1. MDAP newsletter – May

    Welcome to the MDAP newsletter! Our aim here is to share with you highlights from our MDAP collaborations, information about our MDAP seminar series, key dates for training and research partnership applications, and random cool stuff we have stumbled upon and would like to share.

  2. Fostering innovations in collaborative research

    In this document we showcase how we have contributed in 2020 across the University to research outcomes in areas such as human and animal health, preservation and understanding of culture, energy, neuroscience and more.

  3. May 2021 MDAP Seminar

    The Epoch of Incredulity: Data, Narrative & Contemporary Crisis, by Dr Tyne Daile Sumner

  4. Introducing Bobbie


    Bobbie is our resident genomics wizard, who knows a thing or two about data pipelines and draws inspiration from the film Mad Max and his two dear whippet babies. Meet our much loved social ‘glue’ of MDAP, Bobbie!

  5. Living with COVID

    With an avalanche of misinformation and fake news about COVID-19 out there, who & what do you believe? Check out our ‘Living with COVID’ campaign, communicating the facts in a fun and engaging way.

  6. Introducing Emily

    Meet Emily, our resident expert on Australian and American politics during Australian federation, and enthusiastic traveller for blues dance and Broadway show experiences. Today, Emily brings a wealth of digital humanities experience to our team, after hopping over to MDAP from The University’s Digital Studio in early 2020.

  7. Mar on ABC’s The Pop Test

    Recently, our own Dr Maria del Mar Quiroga (Mar) starred on ABC podcast, The Pop Test joining hosts, Andy Matthews and Alasdair Tremblay Birchall, and comedians, Dilruk Jayasinha and Naomi Higgins to discuss all things ‘Computers’.

  8. Collaborating with Dr Marianne Coleman

    In 2020, MDAP collaborated with Dr Marianne Coleman, a new researcher in orthoptics to The University of Melbourne. In this three-part series, Marianne shares a bit about her research and experience working with us.

  9. Congrats to these two Superstars!

    We are so pleased to see our colleagues, Dr Mar Quiroga and Priyanka Pillai become Superstars of STEM, joining sixty other women in a two-year leadership and communication program run by STA.

  10. Supporting Indigenous governance of Indigenous data

    To help celebrate NAIDOC Week 2020, we reflect on one of our recent collaborations with the Kaiela Institute, the Indigenous Data Network (IDN) and Scholarly Services to support Indigenous governance of Indigenous Data.

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