Biological Sciences

New technologies are making the secrets of life more accessible.

Chemistry

Chemistry has gone green. We're designing new chemical products that are non-toxic, energy-efficient and waste-free.

Geosciences

Geoscientists explore how the Earth and its environment were formed - and how it might change in the future.

Mathematical Sciences

Over the centuries, mathematics has underpinned some of the most revolutionary breakthroughs.

Physics

Revolutions in physics have already given us the laser and the computer revolution. What could you bring to it?

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Our waterways

Our waterways

A team of Monash scientists have identified better ways to predict how climate change and water management practices will affect fish populations and river red gum forests in the southern Murray-Darling Basin.

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Heat-sensitive bandages

Heat-sensitive bandages

Monash PhD student Louise van der Werff is working with CSIRO to develop a bandage that warns of infection by changing colour.

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Bill Gates talks dengue

Bill Gates talks dengue

The Science Dean's research project, Eliminate Dengue, was mentioned in Bill Gates' address to the National Press Club in Canberra.

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Mathematical Society Medal

Mathematical Society Medal

For the third consecutive year, a Monash academic has been awarded the Australian Mathematical Society Medal.

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Atomic imaging

Atomic imaging

Physicists from Monash University have collaborated on a new method for imaging the electric fields of atoms, which could lead to advances in data storage, solar cells and batteries.