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Saving lives faster: Monash develops world-first laser incubator for blood

Monash University researchers, along with industry partner Haemokinesis, have developed the world’s first blood incubator using laser technology.

20 September, 2019

ACL injury 'epidemic': research reveals repetition's role in breakdown

A joint study shows that, rather than single-force events, most anterior cruciate ligament ruptures are the result of continued-use damage that hasn’t repaired quickly enough.

25 July, 2019
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Water solutions without a grain of salt

Monash chemical engineers have developed a solar steam generation system that produces clean water from salty (ocean) water with almost 100 per cent salt removal.

24 July, 2019
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Creating a better water future

Breakthrough new research finds clean and green way to filter contaminants from water.

11 June, 2019
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Brewing sustainable processes and industry partnerships

Brand new Chemical Engineering student team Monash BrewLab is taking on the challenge of creating a sustainable nanoscale brewery right here on campus.

15 April, 2019
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Monash Engineering 'well above world standard' for research performance

Monash Engineering has maintained its 5 ranking in the Australian Research Council’s Excellence in Research in Australia (ERA) 2018 report released today, confirming the well above world standard performance of the faculty’s

27 March, 2019

Embracing two contrasting careers: a wonderful balancing act

Call it good luck, but Alexandra Gummer (BE(Chemical)(Hons) 2016, BSc 2016) has worked hard to juggle two successful careers: one as a chemical engineer/biochemist and the other as an elite athlete. Let’s unpack the

8 March, 2019

Engineering breaks its own record with 20 successful ARC Discovery Projects

In the latest round of Australian Research Council (ARC) funding, Monash Engineering has excelled itself with grants awarded for an unprecedented 20 Discovery Projects (leading all but six), as well as for four Linkage Infrastructure, Equipment

14 December, 2018

World-first "smart drying" technology attracts IChemE Global Award

To extend the shelf life of Australia’s powdered dairy exports, such as infant formula, Cordelia Selomulya, Professor of Chemical Engineering, and her team at Monash have developed the technology to improve spray drying (using a hot gas to

16 November, 2018