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News and events
31 March 2011
If you see a movie, or a TV advertisement, that involves a fluid behaving in an unusual way, it was probably made using technology based on the work of a Monash researcher who has been elected to the Australian Academy of Science.
23 March 2011
A Monash researcher is part of a collaborative international project to preserve coral reefs from extinction by cryogenically freezing genetic materials with the aim of repopulating extinct species in the future.
16 March 2011
A puzzling example of altruism in nature has been debunked with researchers showing that purple-crowned fairy wrens are in reality cunningly planning for their own future when they assist in raising other birds’ young.
11 March 2011
The Australian Fulbright Scholars for 2011 were announced at a gala dinner in Adelaide last night, with seven of the 26 prestigious scholarships being awarded to Monash alumni, four of whom are research staff with the University.
9 March 2011
Monash together with project partners the Australian Synchrotron, CSIRO and the Victorian Partnership of Advanced Computing, have announced an $8 million investment in a state-of-the-art supercomputer facility.
2 March 2011
A new study has highlighted significant problems with current biodiversity management programs and calls for a review into conservation techniques.
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