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Scientists have discovered that human breast milk forms into highly organised structures during digestion in the body.
Scientists at Monash University are looking at areas of regional Victoria to study how smoke from bushfires and planned burns impact people’s health.
An extraordinary self-regulating heating effect that can be achieved in a particular type of magnetic material may open the doors to a new strategy for hyperthermia cancer treatment.
A decade after its devastation by tsunami, much of the Indonesian province of Aceh is at least as good as it was – and in some cases conditions are even better, say researchers who have assessed the area’s progress in the aftermath of disaster.
4 March 2015
Monash University masters student Amanda Taylor has led the Australian team to a successful 2015 World University Winter Games (Winter Universiade) campaign in Granada, Spain last month.
Newly developed tiny optical antennas, which function like spotlights at the nanoscale, offer the potential to measure food safety, identify air pollutants and even quickly diagnose and treat deadly diseases, like cancer.
3 March 2015
Scientists who have discovered the mechanism of a protein that suppresses inflammation in the body, say the information could potentially be used to develop new drugs to control inflammation.
Aspiring Victorian school principals will be better prepared to take on the role with the development of a new preparation program.
2 March 2015
The impact of rapid urbanisation and climate change mean cities all around the world are at risk of becoming dramatically less liveable, unless fundamental changes are made to the way we plan and design our cities.
Latest expert commentary from Monash University.
An excise tax on sugar-sweetened drinks would be an effective way to improve the health of heavy consumers, new research shows.
Monash University researchers have revealed for the first time clear and detailed evidence of the inequitable delivery of mental health care services for disadvantaged Australians.
27 February 2015
A 3D printed jet engine, produced by Monash researchers, has been unveiled at the International Air Show in Avalon this week.
A public lecture at Monash University next week will explain how stars shine a light on understanding the Universe.
26 February 2015
Even seemingly intractable problems such as the antibiotic crisis and the obesity epidemic could be resolved by treating human health and society as an integral part of an ecosystem.
25 February 2015
Thomas Ryan is the first Monash University student to head to the University of Warwick as part of the Monash Warwick Alliance joint PhD program.
23 February 2015
The latest expert commentary from Monash University.
20 February 2015
Researchers at Monash University have shown that a GST on fresh food will have a significant impact on population health, especially in relation to obesity.
17 February 2015
Monash University academics will join world leaders in addressing major health priorities at the Regional World Health Summit in Japan in April.
Scientists have made a major new discoverydetailing how areas of the brain responsible for vision could potentially adapt to injury or trauma and ultimately prevent blindness.
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