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Today's a glorious spring day! Perfect weather for staff and students to take some time out to walk through the #MonashSciencePrecinct in support of International Day of University Sport. #MonashInMotion #IDUS2017 FISU - International University Sport Team Monash
There's always a first time for everything and for Monash University School of Earth, Atmosphere and Environment PhD candidate Chris Voisey, he will be presenting an episode on volcanoes in an upcoming kids science program. Watch this space for broadcast details. #science #scicomm #education #volcanoes
Did you miss listening to Where's Lori? Charlie and Cass chatting on Triple R - 3RRR 102.7FM Einstein A Go Go last week about the Victorian lorikeet citizen science project? Listen to the broadcast on how you can participate: http://bit.ly/2wBZAEr
It may be a bittersweet ending for #Cassini after 20 years, but Monash Physics and Astronomy Associate Professor Michael Brown tells ABC News what an inspiring legacy the probe has left behind and how it has become a game changer in our understanding of life in the universe. #GoodbyeCassini http://ab.co/2x9nvwH
A great day for everyone to be out walking through the #MonashSciencePrecinct in support of International Day of Un… https://t.co/jXUNz7fyiY
Sneak peak of @MonashEAE PhD candidate Chris Voisey's star turn as presenter on a new science program - watch this… https://t.co/CtBbdOdwGz
Missed hearing about how you can participate in the #WheresLori #citizenscience project? #Listen on @einstein_agogo… https://t.co/3C3Nuj9mky
18 Oct: Considering #graduate studies? Chat with us and discover course, career options at the #MonashGraduateExpo… https://t.co/xnKdW0zIa7
#FarewellCassini: @MJIBrown talks about the probe's legacy and how it's a game changer in the #space race @abcnews https://t.co/fMJkATrQZw
Tomorrow 11 am @einstein_agogo: @MonashGC's Cassie and Charlie on how you can help in the "Where's Lori?" #lorikeet… https://t.co/vyHx16L8jT