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The discovery of a new mineral in far-east Russia could revolutionise the future of the mining industry.
Research led by Monash University Earth scientists has added a new dimension to understanding life on Mars with the discovery that meteorites may be able to ‘trap’ evidence of Martian life.
Australia’s dairy industry is set for a boost with a symposium bringing together China’s biggest food company and leading Monash University researchers.
Today, the Australian Foreign Minister Julie Bishop announced that Monash University’s EDP will establish a research partnership with the Sri Lankan Ministry of Health to seek a solution to the dengue burden.
Bacteria or ‘superbugs’ that have adapted to resist multiple antibiotics are responsible for around 700,000 deaths globally a year; new types of antibiotics are urgently needed.
Junior doctors will soon have more opportunities to build careers in rural or regional areas following the establishment of 26 new regional postgraduate training hubs across Australia.
Find out what it's really like to study at Monash.
Come party with us at Chill, brought to you by Monash Student Association (MSA) as part of WinterFest. Warm up at Monash Sport with drinks, music and a massive indoor dance floor - plus a few surprises! Tickets here: http://mona.sh/8TVL30dLRoh #monashwinter
This week in #theMUMAcollection...
Yellow painting: John. Jenny Watson, 1974.
Watson’s life-size painting her partner, and fellow artist, John Nixon. John is the central painting in her collection, resting on a large open field of colour. http://mona.sh/A5ds30cBEoo
Our Security orientation video offers some great tips and advice, not just for students coming to Monash for the first time, but also for returning students. For more security tips, visit: monash.edu/security
Today we congratulated nine Australia Award recipients and 28 PhD candidates, who graduated today. The Australia Awards scholarship program is an initiative of the Australian Government Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade to promote knowledge, education links and enduring ties between Australia and our neighbours. #MonashPride #Alumni
Some things never change. Here’s a photo from Orientation Week, 1977.
#TeamWork #Friendships #70s #OWeek
RT @StopTB: #Tuberculosis affects BOTH #developing and #developed countries. No one can afford to forget TB. https://t.co/5dtEkIOOR3 @Monas…
RT @ABCWIBT: Celebrating ABC #WiBT2017 scholarship awards to Victorian students Laura Buttle @MonashUni and Janhvi Raj @RMIT
#Opinion:New complementary medicine health claims lack evidence, so why are they even on the table?… https://t.co/NrxBQtg6k2
RT @MIPS_Australia: MIPS contributes to influenza breakthrough that may unlock better treatment of viral diseases, including flu & cold htt…
New data from the world’s largest study crushes the myth that eating for two is beneficial for #pregnant women:… https://t.co/EUVahHn59M
How fast can a human powered vehicle really travel? @monashhpt are currently optimizing their vehicle, after setting a new team speed record of 56.2km/h earlier in the year. Their end game is to engineer their way to a global high speed record of 144.18km/h. Good luck! #goteam #engineering #humanpowered #design #speedy
Discover our Earth Sciences Garden, inspired by the geology and geomorphology of Victoria at @OpenHouseMelb. Register online. #earthscience #garden #instagarden #geology #geomorphology #victoria #rockon #rocks #claytoncampus
Global Intern and Bachelor of Software Engineering student Daniel Sykes-Turner was in his element this week at @LiveTiles. In our newest Tumblr, he uncovers why there’s so many start-ups in New York City.
#newyorkcity #globalintern #internship #startups #networking #aussiesinnewyork #nyc
Discover the Chinese city of Kashgar, an oasis where many of the famous Silk Road trade routes once converged. Become immersed in the Kashgar way of life, as captured by John Gollings, at a new digital exhibition at the Matheson Library.
#kashgar #china #nofilter #oasis #mathesonlibrary #monashuni #digitalexhibition #photography @monashunilibrary
Just imagine spending two weeks as a Global Intern in the heart of New York City. Bachelor of Commerce and Bachelor of Engineering student Emily Ditchfield shares her first impressions of New York City and interning in the city that never sleeps on our Tumblr. #globalinterns #monashdiscovery #justimagine #newyorkcity #intern #nyc @livetiles