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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
A recognition of the commitment and world-class calibre of our researchers. Congratulations to chemist Professor Douglas MacFarlane and astrophysicist Dr Paul Lasky - winners of the Australian Academy of Science David Craig Medal and Pawsey Medal respectively. http://bit.ly/2j0Dk26 #chemistry #astrophysics Monash Physics and Astronomy
Are you a 4th year/honours student studying physics, astrophysics, microbiology, maths, atmospheric science or geology? The Victorian Space Science Education Centre- NASA - National Aeronautics and Space Administration Australian Space Prize offers one Australian uni student a unique opportunity to intern at NASA for 10 weeks and work with a lead scientist or engineer. Submit your application by 29 Jan 2018. An internship opportunity not to be missed - more info: http://bit.ly/2hqMPaC Monash Physics and Astronomy Monash University School of Earth, Atmosphere and Environment
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
A recognition of the outstanding contributions our researchers have made to the fields of #chemistry and… https://t.co/0HNgjjAs2s
#Uni 4th year/honours students: work with a #NASA scientist as an intern next year! Submit your application for the… https://t.co/4T8D4saZEx
2 Dec @RoyalSocietyVic Get your tickets to the Science Says! comedy revue and hear from scientists (including Asso… https://t.co/3zrLueNVXK
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
Free and sustainable - what's the science behind #solar energy generation? Don't miss this free laser & satellite d… https://t.co/dJJYFYXgBr
Last week of exams. You've got this. 📚☀️#exams #unilife #sunlight #architecture #monashuniversity #monashscienceprecinct
Making a 10-year malt whisky in just weeks? It may sound too good to be true, but according to @MonashScience chemists Chris Thompson and Boon Mian Teo, it all boils down to chemistry. Some distillers use new techniques combining innovative ageing vessels and the manipulation of heat and light to speed up the ageing process. #chemistry #whiskey #alcohol