La Trobe University

Melbourne Airport is going to be as busy as Heathrow, so why the argument about one train line?

Public discussion of rail links to airports has been narrowly focused on the idea of a single line and where to run it. In Melbourne, the politics of …


20 books to ignite the innovator in you

With innovation and entrepreneurship on everyone’s mind today, where do you begin the journey of learning in a digital world that’s now in the …


Dr Spelten shares passion for research

La Trobe's senior lecturer in public health and regional research co-ordinator Dr Spelten moved to Mildura from Amsterdam four and a half years ago …

Australian Universities

Young knees at risk of repeated injury

The study’s findings have shocked the researchers and prompted them to question whether young athletes who have sustained serious knee injuries …

Australian Universities

Australia endures 'epidemic' of preventable ACL injuries

The debilitating knee injury is striking down children and teenagers at growing rates.

Australian Universities

What’s the ‘dirty secret’ of Western academics who self-censor work on China? | This Week In Asia | South China Morning Post

Australian academic James Leibold was looking forward to having his work published in a special edition of <i>The China Quarterly</i>. His study of the …


To find a career sometimes you just have to give it a go

You have to get out there and give it a go before you will find your dream career.

Australian Universities

Jennifer Power

Experience<p>2014–present<p>Research Fellow at the Australian Research Centre for Sex, Health and Society, La Trobe University<p>Education<p>2007<p>Australian …

Australian Universities

Hundreds sign up to ride a bus with no driver in Melbourne

Close to a thousand members of the public and students have signed up to take a ride in La Trobe University’s new autonomous shuttle bus, with trials …

Technology (Australia)

Sudden Impact - The Physical Toll Following the Rise of Women's Sport

A La Trobe University and AFL Players' Association breakfast symposium<p>The last 3 years has seen the inception of the AFLW, Super Netball League and …

Australian Universities

La Trobe alumnus joins fight for autism research

After learning about La Trobe’s ground-breaking research into the early detection of autism, Pradeep Raj decided he wanted to support the cause. …


Will Australia Defend the 'Rules-Based Order' in Asia?

China has become the most formidable challenge to Asia’s regional order, and to Australia’s stake in that order, since the days of Japanese …