Improving the diagnosis of heart valve disease
Research into improving ultrasound machines to provide more accurate diagnosis on heart valve replacement has been awarded $50,000 in Seed Funding from the Monash Institute of Medical Engineering.
Portable pocket-sized device puts molecular testing at your fingertips
Monash University researchers have developed a small device that can perform molecular testing within minutes.
Pillar of support: Breakthrough discovery could speed up bone implant recovery
A Monash University-led international research team has uncovered a new technique that can speed up recovery from bone replacements.
Monash and AEMO announce 2021 Zema Energy Studies Scholarship Recipient
Mr Vincent Makota from the Faculty of Engineering has been selected as the 2021 recipient of the Zema Energy Studies Scholarship, which supports PhD students to address Australia’s energy sector challenges through multidisciplinary research.
Monash Nova Rover star at the inaugural Australian Rover Challenge 2021
Monash Nova Rover, a student team dedicated to designing, fabricating, and testing the next generation of Mars rovers, successfully participated in the inaugural Australian Rover Challenge at the University of Adelaide over the weekend.
International team uncovers mystery behind 'coffee ring' formation
An international research team, led by Monash University, has discovered for the first time the mystery behind the formation of ‘coffee rings’ by examining the contact angle of droplets onto a surface, and how they dry.
Go with the flow: New model helps cities crack bottlenecks, decrease commute times
A world-first 'flow model' devised by Monash researchers could drastically slash public transport commuter times during peak periods on some of the busiest roads.
Construction industry gets automated at new monash university facility
A ground-breaking research initiative to improve the quality and productivity of the construction industry using robotic technology has received more than half a million dollars from the Australian Research Council.
Women in STEM in the Time of the Pandemic – Facing Challenges, Finding Resilience
To recognise and celebrate International Women’s Day 2021, Professor Elizabeth Croft, Dean of the Faculty of Engineering at Monash University, gave a speech at a special event hosted by The United Nations Institute for Training and Research