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We gained international recognition for becoming the first university in the world to raise funds by issuing a climate bond at a recent ceremony in London.
Professor Ann Nicholson and her team will apply their expertise to help improve the capabilities of the US intelligence community.
Seven of our staff, students and graduates have received nominations as finalists in the coveted Melbourne Press Club awards, the Quills.
We recently welcomed Professor Greg Challis from the University of Warwick for a three-month visit. The collaboration was crucial to advancing his research into how bacteria assemble antibiotics.
Our researchers have developed a database that maps global internet use against human behaviour. It could shed new light on everything from global sleep patterns to how internet use impacts economic activity.
Clinical trials for lung cancer patients have relocated to the state-of-the-art Clinical Trials Centre at the Monash Health Translation Precinct (MHTP) in Clayton.
Professor Christof Koch is one of the researchers who will discuss international efforts to understand the brain next month.
Don’t pack away your running shoes for winter just yet, the bi-annual Monash Global Walk/Run kicks off later this month.
The beloved comic opera comes to Robert Blackwood Hall next month. The all-star cast includes David Gould and Claire Lyon.
The grant will let our researchers investigate the effectiveness of telehealth as a rehabilitation delivery mode for stroke survivors with memory difficulties.
The discovery, made by Dr Padma Murth and her team, could treat a common but potentially dangerous complication of pregnancy.
Dr Kirsten McLean has been recognised for her commitment to social inclusion in the classroom and the university environment.