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Prof MacFarlane and Dr Lasky

Monash Chemist and Astrophysicist win prestigious 2018 Academy of Science Medals

Professor Douglas MacFarlane and Dr Paul Lasky have been recognised for their outstanding contributions to research with the Australian Academy of Science awarding them the David Craig Medal, and the Pawsey Medal, respectively.

Science

New ‘artificial selection’ research findings signal threat for marine environments

Scanning electron microscopy of a single-celled green microalga Dunaliella tertiolecta

A new study by Monash biologists has provided fresh insights into the long-standing questions of why animals are of the size they are and what happens when we artificially induce a change in their size.

Biology

Research sheds new light on how organisms use energy in a crowd

Monash scientists have uncovered new and surprising discoveries about how organisms can regulate energy use when their numbers increase.

Biology

Outstanding results for Monash Science with ARC outcomes

Monash University was the most successful institution in Victoria in Australian Research Council (ARC) grants announced today with just over one third of the grants awarded to Faculty of Science researchers.

Science 10 November 2017
Whisky

Can you make a 10-year malt whisky in weeks? The chemistry says yes

Over the past few years the whisky-drinking world has been introduced to several new products that claim to produce high-quality liquor in just a fraction of the time usually required to age single malt spirits. Instead of maturing the whisky for a decade or more in oak barrels, some distillers say they can replicate the quality and taste in a matter of weeks.

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