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24 June 2015
A team of Monash Business School students will represent Australia in a global business competition.
Monash Malaysia’s Dr Arkendu Sen and Associate Professor Lakshmi Selvaratnam have won their second award for achievements in medical education.
23 June 2015
Monash University has partnered with the Melbourne Football Club to inspire a love of reading among primary school students.
22 June 2015
A Monash Warwick Alliance funded project is using spatial-temporal analytics and online data visualisation to explore how cities can function more effectively to improve safety, liveability and social equity.
Monash University has launched the world’s largest study to look at whether statins – used to lower cholesterol - can help people live longer, healthier lives.
19 June 2015
Researchers have designed a smart chair that will make the office and workers safer and healthier.
18 June 2015
Achieving engineering Chartered status is now within reach for masters students.
Monash researchers have made the first real breakthrough in 50 years in understanding how cancers of the head and neck develop, shedding new light on one of the most deadly forms of the disease.
Researchers at Monash University have found physical differences in the brains of people who respond emotionally to others’ feelings, compared to those who respond more rationally, in a study published in the journal NeuroImage.
16 June 2015
A promising type of vaccine designed to eradicate malaria by blocking parasite transmission could be a step closer, as a result of experts uncovering new information about the targeted protein.
11 June 2015
A study has looked at a new way of teaching mathematics in primary and secondary school classrooms, and its ability to enhance learning.
10 June 2015
Monash student Siamak Sam Loni has been named Global Coordinator of the Sustainable Development Solutions Network Youth at the launch of the group in Paris last week.
A public lecture at Clayton will show that it takes a village to teach children mathematics.
Monash University’s Doug Ellis Swimming Pool has been reaccredited with Life Saving Victoria’s prized Platinum Pool Award, achieving a 100 per cent compliance score.
Searching the universe for optical flashes, the electromagnetic counterparts of gravitational waves, is the challenge for a team of researchers leading the Gravitational-wave Optical Transient Observer (GOTO) project.
9 June 2015
Researchers have discovered that extreme exercise can cause intestinal bacteria to leak into the bloodstream, leading to blood poisoning.
Restricting teenagers from driving unsupervised at night, and introducing strict penalties and other licensing requirements, could reduce crashes significantly, according to research.
8 June 2015
A $3.86 million donation will give over 20,000 farmers in Bangladesh access to a mobile information system that will propel them towards economic stability and empowerment.
4 June 2015
Researchers have published a set of key insights that could help countries prepare for an influenza pandemic.
The first backboned animals to step out of water and walk on dry land were from Australia, a new study has found.
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