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News and events
A Monash researcher has received funding from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation to develop a new, ultra-stable vaccine carrier that could make vital immunisations available in remote areas.
When he wanted to take the next step in his already impressive career, Cambridge scholar and international financial expert Michael Chin chose Monash.
Computer generated plants, grown from parts of oil company logos, is the work of a talented Australian-based electronic media artist and computing researcher being showcased to a worldwide audience.
An internationally renowned orchestral composer is helping to build a robust musical culture at Monash University.
23 May 2013
The importance of regional medical schools in helping to overcome rural medical workforce shortages will be highlighted at an upcoming conference.
University students from around Victoria will take over Victoria’s Legislative Assembly this weekend to debate major issues facing the world today.
Six Monash students have argued their way to second place out of 294 teams at the recent Vis International Commercial Arbitration Moot in Vienna and to a finalist position in Hong Kong.
22 May 2013
A new research project will delve into the experiences of Australian parents, up to a third of whom are thought to experience some form of emotional distress during pregnancy and early parenthood.
The unfathomable crime of filicide, the killing of a child by their parent or guardian, will be addressed at an upcoming international conference.
21 May 2013
A three-year multinational study has tracked and detailed the progression of Huntington’s disease (HD), predicting clinical decline in people carrying the HD gene more than 10 years before the expected onset of symptoms.
Salamanders’ immune systems are key to their remarkable ability to regrow limbs, and could also underpin their ability to regenerate spinal cords, brain tissue and even parts of their hearts, scientists have found.
Increased demand for accounting and finance units has resulted in the opening of a second, larger Simulated Teaching and Research Laboratoriy at Monash University.
Former Family Court Judge and Adjunct Professor at Monash University, the Honourable Nahum Mushin, has been appointed as the chair of the Australian Government’s Past Forced Adoptions Implementation Working Group.
20 May 2013
New research undertaken on the streets of Richmond and Abbotsford has revealed increasing health risks for people who inject drugs and significant community concern over the impact of injecting in public areas.
Monash University researchers are shedding light on the complex processes that underpin the creation and differentiation of stem cells, bringing closer the promise of ‘miracle’ therapies.
A powerful new way of imaging kidneys is providing scientists with insights into the importance of the body's filtering system and how it is affected by cardiovascular disease, stroke and other health concerns.
The recent trend towards increased economic inequality, particularly in developed countries, will be the topic of a public lecture by a distinguished visiting expert tomorrow night.
17 May 2013
Monash University has again supported the ATSE Clunies Ross Awards, which honours Australia’s visionary innovators.
16 May 2013
The modern-day slavery of human trafficking and exploitation for forced labour will be the topic of discussion among leading experts at a public lecture in Melbourne.
Alumna, innovator and entrepreneur Tan Le has been named one of 17 National Geographic Emerging Explorers for 2013.
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