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Monash Students Design Emma & Tom’s New Juice Bottle

Monash University Art, Design & Architecture students have collaborated with industry partner O-I Australia to create a new O-I Industry glass bottle being trialled by Emma & Tom’s.

Industrial Design students named VIVID design competition finalists

Five outstanding Monash University Bachelor of Industrial Design students and graduates have been named finalists in the 2019 VIVID design competition.

‘Gamifying’ hand hygiene in hospitals may reduce hospital acquired infections

Monash University researchers have designed a system to improve hand hygiene culture in hospitals which aims to reduce hospital acquired infections (HAIs).

Call for Architecture Studio Proposals

Are you interested in teaching Architecture at Monash University? We are currently doing a call for studio and studies unit proposals to fill slots for Semester 2, 2019.

Monash and Emory universities unite to advance gender-sensitive water research

Monash University and Emory University have announced a partnership to conduct research into gender-responsive design of water and sanitation services for the world’s most vulnerable and marginalised living in urban informal settlements.

JHE (Esmond) Dorney’s Architecture in Victoria: Do you have a story?

Monash University’s Department of Architecture and friends are researching the architectural contribution of JHE (Esmond) Dorney in Victoria.

Monash Fine Artist named Fresh! new talent

Fine Artist Aaron Billings has been named one of eleven finalists to showcase his artwork in Craft Victoria’s Fresh! exhibition from 23 March to 4 May 2019.

How to get more people to use public transport and reduce overcrowding

In a recent article for Monash Lens, Monash University’s Dr Selby Coxon and Deputy Head of Design Dr Robbie Napper looked at ways to get more people to use public transport and reduce overcrowding.