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30 April 2012
A Monash University researcher designing the next generation of medical implants has received a prestigious Alexander von Humboldt Research Award.
26 April 2012
The progression of the debilitating disease Multiple Sclerosis (MS) could be slowed or even halted by blocking a protein that contributes to nerve damage, according to a new study.
24 April 2012
Consumers are becoming less loyal as they put more focus on getting the best possible deal, and become more willing to shop around to get it.
23 April 2012
If Victoria does not increase our cancer research support, we stand to lose our competitive edge in the industry within the next five years.
It wouldn’t be an Anzac Day without some controversy in the lead-up. This year, in addition to the usual debates about militarism and myth-making, there has been the question of multiculturalism.
18 April 2012
A Monash researcher will be playing hardball when she tackles sports injury prevention at an upcoming seminar.
17 April 2012
The level of charitable and community contributions provided by poker machine operators is ‘miniscule’ in comparison to the amount of money lost by poker machine users within local communities, a new study has shown.
16 April 2012
New research could alter the way health professionals treat Alzheimer’s disease.
Despite increased research into injury prevention, the rate of hospitalisations from sport has not decreased, with more than 12,000 Victorian adults admitted over the three years to June 2010.
A health academic has urged the Australian government to allow physicians to take advantage of medical applications on smart phones and tablets by closing gaps in laws governing their use.
13 April 2012
Many environmental behaviour change campaigns target small, easy actions, such as taking shorter showers, believing this will motivate other green behaviours. But according to a leading expert, this logic may be flawed.
12 April 2012
New thinking on safety research is needed for the development of more effective injury prevention programs, according to the head of Australia's largest injury prevention research organisation.
7 April 2012
The demographic profile of the world is changing. Ageing is a global phenomenon, an unprecedented, pervasive, profound and enduring process for humanity.
5 April 2012
A zero-tolerance approach to a crime like taking drugs must always fail, in the same way as a zero-tolerance approach to alcohol, prostitution or drugs in sport will always fail.
4 April 2012
Victorian women with growth-restricted babies will be offered melatonin in a world-first trial designed to prevent brain injuries, such as cerebral palsy, in unborn babies.
Victorian health research has received a boost with the Federal Government today committing $71 million for a new building and facilities at the Monash Health Translation Precinct (MHTP).
3 April 2012
Obesity has more than doubled in the last 30 years, according to the WHO, and next month leading researchers in the area the will discuss the progress in understanding and combatting the disease.
The current stagnation in Australian science enrolments, identified in a recent report for Australia's Chief Scientist, is compounding declines in key disciplines during the 1990s, according to the author.
2 April 2012
The former Lead Road Safety Specialist at the World Bank has joined the Monash University Accident Research Centre (MUARC) where he will focus on road safety in developing nations.
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