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We welcome Nobel laureate Professor Muhammad Yunus for a public lecture and book launch - 19 March 2018.
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A hormone-free male contraceptive pill may soon become a reality, with Monash scientists moving closer to a combination of drugs that block the transport of sperm during ejaculation.
Monash University is delighted to announce that Ms Chloe Munro AO has accepted the role of Professorial Fellow at Monash University.
Almost 60% of out-of-hospital cardiac arrest patients do not receive bystander CPR despite its potential to more than double survival rates, according to new research by Monash University.
High-doses of glucocorticoids are not effective in preventing life-threatening asthma exacerbations, according to a landmark study published in The New England Journal of Medicine this week.
Monash University's graduates and students have been recognised for their journalism excellence after being named finalists – nine times – in the prestigious Melbourne Press Club awards, the Quills.
Celebrate #monashsummer on campus in style! See the full list of events on the Monash University Campus Events Facebook page.
“We need to make sure that facts are a key part of discussions on migration, and that those facts are reasoned through – not just in a sensationalist way by mass media.” ~ Associate Professor of Geography Alan Gamlen.
#AfricanGangs #MonashLens #changeit
Is your Australian actually Irish?
From 'sheilas' to 'shouts', discover how the Irish influenced Australian English.
Women living with a chronic illness – such as asthma, cystic fibrosis and diabetes – are more likely to report unintended pregnancies, abortion and falling pregnant at a younger age, according to new research. The reason why may surprise you: http://mona.sh/MRH830iYyC6
Celebrate 20 years of Monash University Malaysia tomorrow with three great events.
Explore your opportunities during an Open Day and Postgraduate Preview. Members of the Monash Family are invited to a kid-friendly afternoon of fun and games. It all wraps up with a birthday bash, including live music, goody bags and more! monash.edu.my/open-day
Nearly 60% of Bangladeshi children suffer from malnutrition, but one partnership is aiming to change that reality.
Learn more from Grameen Bank founder and Nobel Peace Prize winner Muhammad Yunus at his book launch on Monday. Join our waitlist for a chance to attend this free event: http://mona.sh/avLs30iYKRQ
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Is your Australian actually Irish? From 'sheilas' to 'shouts', discover how the Irish influenced Australian English… https://t.co/guKFiiDYWh
Women living with a chronic illness – such as #asthma, #cysticfibrosis and #diabetes – are more likely to report un… https://t.co/9VRjQDYTT9
Congratulations to the winner of the @MelbPressClub #Quills Student Journalist of the Year award, Carol Saffer. A h… https://t.co/6iSo4Njh9u
Winner of the TAC Towards Zero Road Safety award at the @MelbPressClub #Quills – for ‘Fury Roads: Melbourne’s Road… https://t.co/He3U3TTPdr
Where does the sky end? ☁️☁️☁️ Thanks for sharing @anne__tiqn ✨ #monashuni #monashcaulfield #clouds #cloudscape
More than 1000 residents of our on-campus Halls and members of our non-residential colleges gathered at Clayton campus last night for the College Clash.
Teams competed in a series of activities for the prestigious CCD College Cup.
#campuslife #monashuni #monashclayton #collegeclash
Shapes and shadows at our new Learning and Teaching Building at Clayton campus. #monashuni #monashclayton #monashLTB #architecturelovers 📷: @nitin.mogam
Looking down the spiral staircase at our Caulfield Library. Thanks for sharing @hennie.ha 📚 #caulfield #monashcaulfield #monashuni #librarylove #spiralstaircase
Study sesh in the sun ☀️ at #monashclayton. #monashuni