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News and events
Scientists have patented a new way to detect one of the most common and deadly diseases in the world.
A major research project looks set to increase the effectiveness of blood transfusions.
Funding worth almost $10 million will see scientists develop cutting-edge treatments for life-threatening infections caused by bacterial superbugs.
17 April 2014
With the Australian Commonwealth Games fast approaching, the Australian Netball Diamonds have recently named their 18 player squad, with Karyn Bailey names as one of the players.
In a fierce competition of 3647 applicants, Monash alumna Emma Nicholls has beaten the odds and been selected as one of the 95 Gates Cambridge Scholars for 2014.
Three Monash University students were presented with their prestigious John Monash Scholarships by the Prime Minister Tony Abbott at the Shrine of Remembrance today.
16 April 2014
Disruptions to metropolitan train services during the Easter period mean there will be no trains servicing Huntingdale Station on Thursday 17 April.
Violence against women and girls remains a serious global problem, despite increasing attention by governments, international organisations such as the United Nations, civil society, and women’s rights groups around the world.
A new version of “spaser” technology being investigated could mean that mobile phones become so small, efficient, and flexible they could be printed on clothing.
Greater investment in education and training for employees will be required to meet the future needs of the transport and logistics industry, according to recent reports by Monash University researchers.
15 April 2014
TeamMONASH™ were among the horde of runners participating in the annual fundraising event, Run for the Kids, last Sunday.
From dental implants that are light, strong and porous enough to bond with bone to surgical implants that dissolve over time, modified metals are dramatically extending biomedical potential.
Accomplished lawyer and doctor, Monash alumna Dr Fiona Lander has received the prestigious Frank Knox Memorial Fellowship to Harvard University, to commence Masters studies this September.
14 April 2014
The talents of Australia’s young creative writers will be showcased through the annual Monash University Undergraduate Prize for Creative Writing presented at this year’s Emerging Writers' Festival.
The long-term survival of people suffering from chronic lymphocytic leukemia (CLL) could be increased with the development of new therapeutic strategies.
11 April 2014
Prominent alumnus the Honourable Dr Peter Costello AC gave an address to key Monash alumni in Hong Kong on 7 April, in honour of the 50th anniversary of the Monash University Faculty of Law.
This afternoon, all staff and students who have registered with the University's SMS alert service will receive a test text message.
An international team of astronomers has developed a novel technique to estimate how many new stars are formed.
10 April 2014
Ironman Triathlon champion Sam Dwyer will head to Kona, Hawaii this October for a second year in a row to compete in the IRONMAN World Championships.
The role and value of critical analysis in deconstructing power and the powerful will be examined during the third annual Criminological Horizons public lecture next week.
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