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On World Intellectual Property Day we reflect on the work Monash is doing to translate innovative ideas into real-world solutions.
The funding will be used to develop a new treatment for Leishmaniasis, which is endemic across five continents.
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With the flu season fast approaching we’re doing everything we can to make sure you stay healthy and flu-free in the colder months ahead.
The world-first pre-clinical scanners provide in-depth, 4D respiratory analysis to better diagnose and treat lung conditions.
The new research reveals snoring in children may have long term cardiovascular, neurocognitive and behavioural implications.
By improving acute stroke care to meet Australian benchmarks, more than 9300 disability-adjusted life years could be avoided each year.
A new Systematic Review guide has received praise from academics for its accessibility, design and ease of use, following its recent release.
Twenty-five Indigenous students are undertaking a new program designed to develop leadership skills and influence change on our campuses and community.
If you're interested in applying for academic promotion this year, now's the time to apply. The 2017 academic promotion round will be open from Monday 1 May to Friday 23 June, 2017.
PhD student Amy Winship's groundbreaking research has been recognised with a Highly Commended award at the Premier’s Award for Health and Medical Research.
Michael Chew will travel to Dhaka to conduct workshops designed to empower youth in climate-vulnerable communities. Find out how you can help the project.