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News and events
Robots, 3D printers, video projections and customised drawing machines will create contemporary art during a new exhibition at Goldsmiths, University of London, this November.
Victorian Hospitals will be better equipped to measure the quality of care for their cardiac patients, under a new project that collects and compares data on coronary angioplasty practice.
A project studying the knowledge of Victoria’s Yorta Yorta people and the work undertaken to date to transition Monash University to 100 per cent renewable energy have both been shortlisted for 2014 Banksia Awards.
Equity of access to quality teaching and learning for all students is the focus of Monash University’s Faculty of Education biennial conference being held tomorrow.
30 October 2014
A former Monash University medical student has received the Royal Australasian College of Physicians (RACP) Bryan Hudson Medal.
29 October 2014
Strong public support form Australia’s immigration intake, and the benefits of multiculturalism are two of the findings of the 2014 Mapping Social Cohesion Report, released today.
Today the Castan Centre for Human Rights has released the first two episodes of its new series, Have You Got That Right?
28 October 2014
GPs working in mental health in south east Melbourne are being offered an opportunity to participate in an Australian-first project.
Monash University has partnered with BASF to bring the BASF global Kids’ Lab program to Melbourne on 26 and 27 November 2014.
An elder statesman’s long-standing fascination in one of the best Allied generals of the First World War has led to a new book on Sir John Monash.
27 October 2014
Monash University experts are available to talk on key news items.
24 October 2014
Monash University is now offering personalised low-cost nutrition consultations to staff, students and the general public.
New data shows that healthcare and personal costs to support survivors of stroke remains high 10 years on.
One person is killed on the roads every two to four minutes in India, a terrible toll that experts believe could be reduced by improving the trauma response system in the country’s hospitals.
23 October 2014
Leading diabetes experts will discuss how to prevent and treat the disease at a leading conference in November in Melbourne.
Monash University recognised leaders in law, business, government, the arts, health, sport and the media at a gala ceremony held in Melbourne last night.
A renowned engineer, a leading IVF and stem cell biologist and a thought leader in urban water management have been named as 2014 Fellows of the Australian Academy of Technological Sciences and Engineering (ATSE).
Scientists have found a molecule that could potentially accelerate clinical trials to combat autoimmune diseases.
22 October 2014
The latest public art project has arrived at Monash University Museum of Art (MUMA), Sanné Mestrom's Weeping Women.
An internationally renowned researcher from Monash University is set to launch his new book, Of Ants and Men, on Tuesday 28 October.
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