New research explores old diseases
29 August 2007
A Monash University research fellow has been recognised as one of Australia's leading female scientists.
Tax evaders influenced by bad experiences
28 August 2007
A Monash University study has revealed more than a third of Australian men have had a bad experience with the taxman.
Toxic shock: immune system's anthrax link
24 August 2007
Human immune proteins crucial for fighting cancer, viruses and bacterial infections belong to an ancient and lethal toxin family previously only found in bacteria, Australian researchers have found.
Engineering student wins Victoria Fellowship
21 August 2007
Blast-resistant tall buildings, sports stadia, oil platforms and train stations are a brick closer to reality thanks to the work of engineer Hussein Jama.
Fat-fragments make cancer the biggest loser
17 August 2007
A team of scientists at Monash University have captured how another arm of our immune system protects us against infection, with a little help from a marine sponge.
Diabetes patients set to get some TLC
9 August 2007
An interactive telephone system designed to educate, monitor and coach patients with Type 2 diabetes could revolutionise treatment of diabetes sufferers in Australia.
Mediterranean diet is best to prevent heart disease
1 August 2007
Australia's largest study of eating habits has found that traditional Mediterranean foods may prevent cardiovascular diseases such as heart attack and stroke.