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New Ian Potter Centre to revitalise our performing arts precinct
Researchers from Monash University have undertaken unique road accident research by turning their analysis to cyclists.
The Clinical Trials Centre at the Monash Health Translation Precinct (MHTP) welcomed their first overnight patient earlier this month.
We all know that a brush with poison ivy leaves us with an itchy painful rash. A breakthrough finding from a major global research collaboration between Monash University and Harvard has revealed the molecular cause of this irritation.
In academia, Thomas Piketty is a world-leading thinker, bestselling author, professor at the prestigious École des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales and professor at the Paris School of Economics.
Monash University researchers have developed and patented new materials that can store energy, and are designed to ultimately transform ‘wasted’ energy into useable electricity.
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Global Ideas Lab: Discover how innovative apps are giving #mentalhealth and #wellbeing a boost https://t.co/mPQHakHudF
Best of luck to Olympian Heming Hu at the International Table Tennis Federation World Table Tennis Open, in Olomouc, Czech Republic (31 Aug - 4 Sep). Heming, Leanne Choo & Bronze medallist Alec Potts, share their highlights from Rio: http://mona.sh/cMIj303K0WG #MonashPride
How would you survive life on #Mars? We've developed the first online course to teach you via @FutureLearn. https://t.co/VK5cj8D4Ca
All the best to the 24 students currently representing Monash at the 2016 Australian University Sport Snow Unigames (30 Aug - 3 Sep). Go get 'em! #MonashPride
Apart from bringing a smile to others, volunteering, says 2016 Monash Volunteer of the Year awardee Teddy Murray, is a great confidence-booster. http://mona.sh/jG3L303JWmY #WeAreMonash
Learn how Indigenous Australians use astronomy to inform navigation and cultural traditions @astrofestVIC event: https://t.co/U5E3fCI7cf
Congrats Tristan McCarthy on 1st prize in the global "Chinese Bridge" Language Proficiency Comp. #MonashPride https://t.co/3n2VaugG2p
Extraordinary success for Tristan McCarthy at the 15th "Chinese Bridge" Chinese Language Proficiency Competition grand finals.
Tristan edged out 145 students from 108 countries to win 1st prize at the global event in Changsha, Hunan province. #MonashPride
Congratulations Prof Chown @StevenChown1 Head of School, Biological Sciences. https://t.co/uWAglDenK4
Be it engaging international students or thinking up fresh solutions to social issues, Volunteer of the Year Award winner Pratik Ambani tells why it's always better to give than to receive. http://mona.sh/W3jD303HqOr #WeAreMonash