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The GENERATOR's 27-hour hack event, the IDEATOR is back. The 2017 IDEATOR on May 29-30 will focus on generating ideas that innovate the future of energy, jobs and food.
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Professor Pickering, an internationally recognised expert in criminology, was appointed to the role following an extensive global search.
New research on 'revenge porn' suggests that images are being used to control, abuse and humiliate one in five Australians.
By shining a light on the way the Hepatitis C Virus hijacks the communication systems in the host cells it infects, BDI researchers have uncovered potential new therapeutic targets for the disease.
We’ll be standing against discrimination toward the LGBTIQ community next week. Find out how you can get involved.
With a fresh appearance and navigation, the site gives prospective students a new way to explore everything the College has to offer.
Clayton campus will be a hive of activity over the next two weeks as students and their families gather to celebrate graduations. Northern Plaza will be transformed into a graduation hub for this important event.
Professor Vanashree will present a public lecture, ‘The Spectrum of Many Indias and the Theatre of Girish Karnad'.
The recipe book is a guide on how to use food to help reduce inflammation that can play a role in developing chronic diseases such as cancer, diabetes and heart disease.
Professor Vikram Vishal, from the IITB- Monash Research Academy, has won the prestigious INSA Young Scientist 2017 award.