New research shines light on perovskite solar cell performance
A new discovery by an international team of researchers involving Monash University could lead to improved solar cell technology and provide another step towards reducing the use of fossil fuels for energy.
Monash PhD student wins prestigious ATSE scholarship
Materials Science and Engineering PhD student Georgia Hunter has been awarded the prestigious 2021 Ezio Rizzardo Polymer Scholarship by the Australian Academy of Technology and Engineering.
Curvature of fallopian tube triggers remarkable sperm transformation, impacts fertilisation
In a world-first study, Monash University researchers have illustrated the significance of the female fallopian tube anatomy in sperm guidance, behavioural change and fertilisation.
Mapping Australia’s hydrogen future for large-scale production and delivery
Australia has abundant wind and solar resources to provide large quantities of cost-competitive green hydrogen. A new tool can show the way forward.
Uneven flow: When water catchments don’t recover from drought
Research into Victorian rivers after the 10-year Millennium Drought could have important implications for how watersheds are managed
Electric vehicles are on the way, but it's more than a matter of plug and play
While the number of EVs on Australian roads will rise swiftly, there are challenges to provide the systems to support them.
New antimicrobial surface reduces bacteria build-up on medical instruments
A new 3D antimicrobial surface that can reduce bacteria build-up on medical equipment, like urinary catheters, has been pioneered by Monash researchers.
Victoria's water catchments may not recover from drought: Study
One-third of Victorian water catchments included in a Monash study had not recovered from a severe drought nearly eight years later, and may never do so again.