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the skull of Tiucetus rosae (now kept at the Muséum national d'Histoire naturelle, Paris, France).

New Peruvian whale fossil discovery sheds light on whale lineages

A new study led by a Monash biologist has provided fresh information on the origin of one of the major baleen whale lineages, which helps to connect living whales with their deep evolutionary past.

3D Supernova simulations reveal mysteries of dying stars

Solar Mass Star

An international team of researchers led by a Monash astronomer has created the longest consistent 3D model of a neutrino-driven supernova explosion to date, helping scientists to better understand the violent deaths of massive stars.

Monash scientists develop new technique for measuring atomic order in glass

Researchers have identified and demonstrated a new method to measure local order in glass - a challenging class of material.

Researchers tackle methane emissions with gas-guzzling bacteria

An international research team co-led by a Monash biologist has shown that methane-oxidising bacteria – key organisms responsible for greenhouse gas mitigation – are more flexible and resilient than previously thought.

The team of palaeontologists from Monash University and Museums Victoria.

New research on fossil whales’ teeth shows they were ferocious predators

International research involving Monash biologists has provided new insights into how the feeding habits of the whale – the biggest animal – have evolved.

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