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News and events
16 September 2014
A third-year paramedic student has been awarded a commendation by Ambulance Victoria for her bravery and life saving efforts in a serious crash this year.
There is no doubt that homophobic bullying is a problem in Australian schools.
A daily small serve of dairy food may reduce the risk of heart disease or stroke, even in communities where such foods have not traditionally formed part of the diet.
Attempts to prevent illegal performance-enhancing drugs being used in sport will never succeed, a medical ethics expert will argue in a forthcoming public lecture.
More than two hundred students from around the world will come together this September to present their research, in a 24-hour global forum.
15 September 2014
The expansion of airstrikes against Islamic State (IS) into Syria announced by US President Barrack Obama marks a predictable, if necessary, escalation of coalition operations against the Jihadist insurgent group.
Monash University experts are available comment on key news items.
A researcher is the first in Australia to receive a new grant for his work into stopping the progression of multiple sclerosis (MS).
12 September 2014
Monash University experts are available to comment on the Australian terrorism threat level.
Monash University, along with three of its students has been recognised at the 2014 Victorian International Education Awards.
European colonisation is portrayed mostly as an era of brutal subjugation of Indigenous peoples, but new studies show the cultural engagement may not always have been quite so one-sided.
The AFL final series – with the semi-finals starting today – is one of the most ferocious and toughest contests we will see in Australian sport.
11 September 2014
Nurses will be better able to manage deteriorating patients and ensure their safety thanks to a new online education program.
Endometriosis often takes a long time to be diagnosed and affects all areas of a women’s life, a study has found.
She showed me the cigarette burns on her arms. Her eyes seemed empty as she slumped in the chair, answering questions with defeated shrugs.
The National Terrorism Public Alert System is a way of communicating to the public what the current risk of terrorism is to Australia.
10 September 2014
A simple question about appetite can provide insights into old people’s general health that may help reduce their risk of dying.
A recent report by the Victorian Competition & Efficiency Commission has suggested that reducing class sizes in the state has not improved student academic performance.
Prime Minister Tony Abbott and Industry Minister Ian MacFarlane have announced funding to engage young people in education and employment, and reforms of apprenticeship support services.
Nobel Laureate John Gurdon will give an exclusive talk at Monash next month on his breakthrough stem cell research.
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