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  1. Public seminar: Digital Technologies for the Future Cemetery

    Screenshot from Digital Technologies for the Future Cemetery seminar

    In this public seminar for the University of Melbourne School of Computing & Information Systems, Dr Fraser Allison presented several studies from The Future Cemetery project. …

    deathtech.research.unimelb.edu.au/2021/08/19/public-seminar-digital-technologies-for-the-future-cemetery

  2. Art, Death & Disposal exhibition (POSTPONED)

    Art, Death and Disposal exhibition. Opens 18 August 6pm-8pm. Continues 19-22 August 3pm-8pm. Meat Market Stables, North Melbourne.

    How might disposal of the deceased be designed in the 21st century? Imagining beyond burial and cremation – in a world of rapid social, technological and …

    deathtech.research.unimelb.edu.au/2021/08/05/art-death-disposal-exhibition

  3. Remote, Restricted, and Redesigned: Funerals in the time of Coronavirus

    In June 2020, the DeathTech Research Team hosted a virtual roundtable discussion with death scholars and practitioners in Australia, the UK and the US, to share …

    deathtech.research.unimelb.edu.au/2020/06/23/remote-restricted-and-redesigned-funerals-in-the-time-of-coronavirus

  4. Dead Calm @ Wheeler Centre

    In September, Bjorn Nansen participated in a round table discussion on “Memorials” in the series of talks, Dead Calm: Honest Conversations About Death, hosted by the Wheeler Centre …

    deathtech.research.unimelb.edu.au/2018/12/12/dead-calm-wheeler-centre

  5. Portable Report Launch

    Last week our team member Michael Arnold launched a new report from Portable, entitled The Future of Death and Ageing, at Portable’s headquarters in Collingwood, Victoria.  Portable …

    deathtech.research.unimelb.edu.au/2018/11/16/the-journey-begins