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19 December 2014
Monash Motorsport have made Formula SAE history by taking out their sixth consecutive title at the 2014 Formula SAE-Australasia competition, the first team to do so since the competition’s inception in 1978.
The disclosure of the full business case for the East West road link in Melbourne confirmed what many had suspected – the project is a dud.
With a clinical trial on the cards and training programs under way, a measure that’s as simple to apply as a bandaid is showing great potential to save millions of babies’ lives in low-resource countries.
18 December 2014
Don’t be mesmerised by cool apps and flashy new gizmos – the top technology inventions of the year are ones that will have a lasting effect.
Distinguished scientist and clinician, Professor Henry Burger AO, was this week awarded an honorary doctorate from Monash University.
17 December 2014
Research to improve the wellbeing of children and adolescents with intellectual disabilities or autism, and their families, has been presented at the MIND-IT Research Group conference in Melbourne.
The dark day that we have feared for so long has come. Little by little our lucky country has come to feel less safe and certain in this age of terror.
16 December 2014
The National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) is revolutionising the provision of services to Australians with disabilities. The cornerstone of the scheme is its demand-side reforms.
The release of this year’s Australian Tertiary Admission Rank (ATAR) will result in mixed feelings among school-leavers.
The federal budget deficit will blow out to A$40.4 billion in 2014-15, up from the $29.8 billion forecast in May’s budget, according to the Mid-Year Economic and Fiscal Outlook (MYEFO).
Monash University experts are available to comment on the siege in Sydney.
A leading researcher from the School of Chemistry has today been recognised with a prestigious award for his outstanding work.
15 December 2014
The adage “Don’t fight the last War” applies to all leaders – both victors and losers. A joint policy that includes Direct Action and leads to a medium-term ETS is ‘doable’.
With the release of the 2014 VCE results today, more than 2400 students have been offered scholarships to Monash University.
Monash University experts are available to talk on key news items.
Environmental business magazine WME has announced its Leaders List for 2014, with the Monash Sustainability Institute’s Professor Dave Griggs taking out the X-Factor category.
New research suggests contrary to popular belief, some employees adapt well to pressures caused by changes in the workplace.
12 December 2014
Weight management programs for overweight children do not negatively impact body satisfaction, research shows.
Significant numbers of secondary school students receive additional assistance from private tutors.
11 December 2014
Finally, Financial System Inquiry chairman, David Murray, has brought some consistency into two hot debates running in finance.
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