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Last Friday, our new Head of School of Biological Sciences Professor Moira O'Bryan, staff and students worked together to revegetate the Jock Marshall Reserve. Together with Buildings and Property Division and Greenfleet, more than 600 native tree and plant saplings were planted. We can't wait for these saplings to grow up to offset our campus carbon emissions and offer shade and shelter to all creatures big and small. #conservation #trees 🌳
The total solar eclipse happening in the US today is a once-in-a-century event - but why won't Australia be able to view it? Associate Professor Michael Brown explains in the Herald Sun. http://bit.ly/2x7KnMM #eclipse Monash Physics and Astronomy
Where can your Science degree take you career-wise? Discover your options via our Science Jobs resource pages. http://bit.ly/2xh8k3o #careers #resource Monash University Destination Monash
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Prone to drought, disease, pest attacks and toxic if not processed properly, cassava is the staple crop of 1 billion people globally. Associate Prof Ros Gleadow is working on developing a safe, drought and disease-resistant cassava variant. http://bit.ly/2wzgkxd #STEM #natsciwk #foodsecurity
RT @PostGradBiol: Diverse background in the #Science Industry panel: #MarineMammals research, #agriculture, #aquarium, #Engineering #Enviro…
24 Aug @RoyalSocietyVic: Prof Kate Smith-Miles @monashmaxima: How #maths impacts the world and why it can be fun… https://t.co/1iIwYT1tf7
Assoc Prof Michael Brown @MJIBrown: Why Australia won't be able to see the once-in-a-century solar #eclipse.… https://t.co/l3TKDLx50I
RT @PostGradBiol: We'll be there tomorrow! Academics and #PhD students from @MonashUni Bio Sciences will be at the Science Industry Week #c…
Be innovative and passionate about your work: Our #chemistry students getting #career advice from industry experts… https://t.co/Qfea9zxntE
#Science graduates are #entrepreneurs, #policy makers, #economists and more. Discover where our degree can take you… https://t.co/IpTWy4Pw3a
Food security for 1 billion people: @RosGleadow is developing a safe, disease-resistant #cassava variant.… https://t.co/h6HIZcoNfk