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‘Natural’ contraceptive methods on the rise in Australia

Although most people in Australia use a method of contraception to prevent pregnancy, many use less effective contraceptive methods and few use long-acting reversible methods such as IUDs and implants.

Medicine & health

Why is there so little space for women in jazz music?

Female singers from Nina Simone to Kate Ceberano are some of the most recognisable and celebrated jazz performers. Yet across the Australian jazz industry, women are disturbingly under-represented.

Arts & culture

Monash University celebrates graduation of students at our Suzhou Joint Graduate School

More than 100 students from our Southeast University-Monash University Joint Graduate School in Suzhou, China will celebrate their graduation on Saturday 24 June. This is the third year of graduations for the School, with the first cohort graduating in 2014.

University news

Monash University appoints Professor Elizabeth Croft as new Dean, Faculty of Engineering

Professor Elizabeth Croft, currently Associate Dean in the Faculty of Applied Science at the University of British Columbia, has been appointed by Monash University to the role of Dean, Faculty of Engineering.

Engineering & technology 23 June 2017

International study raises hopes for new sarcoma treatment

Monash University scientists have played a critical role in an international collaboration that has identified promising therapeutic targets for a rare form of sarcoma afflicting mostly young people.

Medicine & health
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