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More than four million Australian women of childbearing age are living with chronic conditions like diabetes, cystic fibrosis and asthma, with many unaware of the implications their illness has for childbearing.
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.
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.
"If you follow the old roads you will always end up in the old destination. Our old destination is not a good destination. Don't follow the old roads. Have an imagination, build your new world and build the roads to get there."
#NobelPeacePrize winner Professor Muhammad Yunus speaking last night at the launch of his new book 'A World of three Zeroes'. mona.sh/5CcV30j2GGo
We're proud to celebrate the diversity of our Monash community this #HarmonyDay.
Students and staff are welcome to join us for a panel discussion on the topic: Cohesion, Harmony, Public Discourse and the Role of Universities tomorrow at Clayton campus.
We were proud to host #NobelPeacePrize winner Muhammad Yunus for his latest book launch last night.
Inspired by social enterprise? Check out our 'Leave No One Behind'. You could help solve the most pressing problems of our time. #changeit
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.
Making connections, communicating your skills and personal branding are all important for getting job-ready in a competitive workforce.
Attend The Generator's free 30-minute sessions this week focusing on How to Build Your Network and How to Sell Yourself.
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Our new Forum landscape at #monashclayton is looking lush. #monashuni 📷: @monashmasterplan
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“Happy birthday, Monash! It’s been a wonderful 20 years and we are going to have a wonderful next 20 years.” ~ Pres… https://t.co/8fsGQfbpZd
This Thursday, @monashada is hosting the special symposium event ‘Glitch: Construction of the Architectural Image’… https://t.co/pFu0AgXSVH
#NobelPeacePrize winner Muhammad Yunus joined us last night for his latest book launch. Inspired by social enterpri… https://t.co/TDxfXEQYMO
@monashengineering has a new sculpture and a new Insta! Tag your engineering photos with #monashengineering to share what you’re discovering! 🚜✈️💻⚙️
Another #cloudscape photo - but how could we resist with a shot like this? 📷: @miranda_chau at #monashcaulfield. #skyvibes #cloudchasing
Warrnambool, Mount Gambier and Darwin - we’re coming to you! Talk to us in person and get your questions answered. See you tonight Warrnambool! 👋
Find out where your degree can take you. Register: monash.edu/information-evenings #warrnambool #mountgambier #darwin #monashuni
Where does the sky end? ☁️☁️☁️ Thanks for sharing @anne__tiqn ✨ #monashuni #monashcaulfield #clouds #cloudscape