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News and events
7 July 2014
A wearable pressure sensor that is both highly sensitive and cheap to produce could aid the development of prosthetic skin, touch-on flexible displays and energy harvesting, as well as changing the way vital health signs are monitored.
The equivalent of one-third of Melbourne’s water use could be saved each year through the implementation of efficiency measures that deal with climate change, according to a new study.
The first graduation of students from the Southeast University-Monash University Joint Graduate School (Suzhou) in China was attended by senior staff from both institutions.
Alistair Bayley visited the United Nations in New York as one of the winners of the Many Languages, One World essay contest
A free and simple toolkit for GPs could revolutionise menopause diagnosis and treatment.
4 July 2014
Some viruses can hide in our bodies for decades and make ‘fake’ human proteins that trick our immune cells into believing nothing is wrong.
The annual Southern University Games will commence next week in Albury-Wodonga, with over 200 Monash students battling it out for gold.
3 July 2014
Drugs used to lower cholesterol are being trialled to stop the advancement of osteoarthritis.
A new study will explore the reasons why women freeze their eggs for non-medical reasons.
2 July 2014
Study shows that Indigenous women who have diabetes during pregnancy have a higher risk of developing type 2 diabetes after giving birth than non-Indigenous.
Scientific collaboration was a key topic of discussion when President Barack Obama welcomed Australia’s Prime Minister Tony Abbott to the White House last month.
Understanding how retailers can better use big data to make smarter, data-driven strategic marketing decisions will be highlighted at this year’s Australian Centre for Retail Studies Global Retail Insights Seminar 2014.
Alcohol sponsorship and hazardous drinking in UK athletes are linked, a new study has found.
The Grand Hyatt Melbourne came to life on Saturday night as the Law Faculty celebrated its 50th anniversary with a Gala Dinner.
1 July 2014
Monash Professor Rinaldo Bellomo has received the 75th RACP excellence award.
Staff at the School of Primary Health Care continue to build on one of Monash University’s key aims in building strong international relationships, through the China Scholarship Council (CSC).
In single-seat racing cars they have designed and built themselves, students from Monash University and the University of Warwick will be revving their engines as they compete to be first past the chequered flag at Silverstone.
27 June 2014
Minister for Education, the Hon. Christopher Pyne MP has today announced Monash University will receive over $6 million to fund new collaborative research projects.
Monash student Jason Emmanuelle was last night named the Kishi Fellow to Japan, the highest award available under the New Colombo Plan (NCP) scholarship program.
26 June 2014
A story of the reality that calves face on dairy farms has won a Monash journalism graduate the prestigious Walkley Student of the Year Award.
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