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Published in Science: Does a sea of viruses inside our body help keep us healthy? Dr Jeremy Barr's research has discovered that bacterial viruses (or phages) are able to interact with human cells and could help protect us from pathogens. http://bit.ly/2zYL0w8 #phage
#Insight: 2018 Australian Academy of Science David Craig medallist Professor Douglas MacFarlane's pioneering work in liquid salts may hold the answer to developing a sustainable fuel for the future. http://bit.ly/2jb6ziO #chemistry
5 Dec, Tuesday: Honouring the legacy and contributions of mathematician and codebreaker Bill Tutte. Monash Maths and Monash Information Technology are hosting a free talk by Professor Graham Farr on Tutte including his work on graph theory. #maths #graphtheory
#Insight: They may be microscopic but phytoplankton produce 50-85% of the world's oxygen. School of Biological Sciences' Professor John Beardall and Dr Martino Malerba discuss how the health of these algae are critical to a balanced ecosystem on 3CR Community Radio. http://bit.ly/2zMvPpB
November marks the 158th anniversary of the publication of the first edition of Charles Darwin's Origin of Species. Evolutionary biologist Associate Professor Martin Burd explains how Darwin's observations are still relevant in the age of climate change. The Monash University Library Rare Books Collection has a rare first edition of Darwin's publication that is viewable on request. http://bit.ly/2zKCMrs
For the first time, an international study co-authored by #bacteriophage biologist Dr @JeremyJBarr has discovered t… https://t.co/7ERV6Q6JHL
There's plenty of artwork in and around the #MonashSciencePrecinct. This animated neon artwork 'I know I don't know 2015' reflects the complex contradictory processes of learning. Louisa Bufardeci has animated the work through illuminating a cycle of words and letters, ‘I don’t know’; ‘I know’; ‘I don’t know I know’ ; and ‘I know I don’t know’. The work suggests that the states of knowing and not-knowing are intertwined. The neon’s flickering quality acts as a metaphor for the brain – its circuits and synapses – and the self, as it grapples to make sense of the world. Located at 16 Rainforest Walk. #artwalk #art #knowledge
Professor Douglas MacFarlane's @DRMacFarlane pioneering work in liquid salts may hold the answer to developing a… https://t.co/VhlRIEXaZ3
RT @Craig_R_White: 4 new @arc_gov_au Discovery Projects in @Monash_Science Centre for @GeometricBiol - we're always interested in hear from…
RT @MonashAlumni: Monash has been placed fourth in Australia for graduate employability by global recruiters and business leaders in a rece…
5 Dec, 7 pm: Research mathematician and wartime codebreaker - don't miss this free talk celebrating the legacy and… https://t.co/l8clAnohui
#Listen: Playing a key role in #marine #ecosystems, #phytoplankton produces 50-85% of the world's oxygen. Professor… https://t.co/zkhCFrSZmM
Associate Professor Martin Burd: Published 158 years ago, observations from Charles Darwin's Origin of Species are… https://t.co/MnFlcvxBQa
Published in @Ecology_Letters: Why are animals the size they are, and what happens when we artificially induce a ch… https://t.co/XRzgX5Ixdt
Look at these beautiful illustrations from Charles Darwin's The Descent of Man!
Monash evolutionary biologist Associate Professor Martin Burd notes that while it was published 158 years ago, Darwin's Origin of Species observations on natural selection are still relevant in this current age of climate change.
Want to view these books in person? View them @MonashUniLibrary Sir Louis Matheson Rare Books Collection Room #librarylove #books #climatechange #birds #biology 📸: @monashunilibrary
Free and sustainable - what's the science behind solar energy generation?☀️Don't miss this free laser, rainbow and satellite demonstration by solar energy researcher Professor Albert Polman from @uva_amsterdam on 27 Nov, 5-6 pm, S4 Lecture Theatre, 16 Rainforest Walk, Clayton Campus. Suitable for all ages. #solar #energy #science #sustainability
Last week of exams. You've got this. 📚☀️#exams #unilife #sunlight #architecture #monashuniversity #monashscienceprecinct