Young knees at risk of repeated injury

New La Trobe University research has revealed a high number of young children and teenagers who play popular sports are repeatedly suffering serious knee injuries.

Bendigo Law student receives top prize

Samuel Taylor awarded Supreme Court Prize

La Trobe to host Autumn Cycling Classic

Steve Bracks launches inaugural event

The story of Fook Shing

The story of Fook Shing, colonial Victoria’s Chinese detective.

Chinese military base in Vanuatu rumours

Response to rumours of a Chinese military base in Vanuatu

Review backs regional higher education

La Trobe welcomes final Halsey report

Domperidone can boost breast milk supply

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Domperidone works to raise levels of prolactin, which helps increase the production of breast milk.

Luke Grzeskowiak NHMRC Early Career Research Fellow – Robinson Research Institute, University of Adelaide; Lisa Amir Associate Professor in Breastfeeding Research, La Trobe University; Wendy Ingman Associate Professor, University of Adelaide;

Why virtual reality will never replace the real thing.

Professor Janna Thompson

There is evidence of widespread prejudice against women and girls from decades of psychological research.

Beatric Alba, Research Fellow, La Trobe University

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