The new Australian Manufacturing and Materials Precinct will be headquartered at Monash.
Professor Frieder Seible joins Monash to help shape the future of engineering.
Biomedical engineering is leaping ahead as it dispenses with traditional disciplinary boundaries.
A new class of hormones may help limit the damage caused by uncontrolled inflammation.
The Institute of Railway Technology is helping the mining industry to continue rolling ahead.
Vast trials of intensive care treatments ultimately improve the outlook for seriously ill patients.
The extraordinary properties of versatile materials take nanotechnology to a new frontier.
The Monash-Warwick alliance enhances the university experience with a new model for education.
Eight Rhodes scholars talk about how the prestigious scholarship has influenced their lives.
South Vietnamese veterans of the Vietnam War will at last have their stories preserved.
Recorded recollections about life from the 1930s to the 1980s will form a unique database.
Tiny tropical fishes that can regenerate their spinal cords raise possibilities for humans.
Thousands of new mothers' lives could be saved thanks to a new way to stop haemorrhaging.
The fine-tuning of resuscitation techniques brightens the outlook for premature babies.
Genetic science offers amazing possibilities but it also raises complex ethical dilemmas.
Meeting the future's great expectations: Dr Megan Clark, Chief Executive, CSIRO