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Monash and Newcastle Universities’ offer united research strengths to South East Asia

Monash University has joined forces with Newcastle University (UK) to showcase to industry and other potential investors, the real-world impact their complementary research brings to the life sciences sector in South East Asia.

Biomedical Sciences

Bringing the magic of biomedical research to the low vision community

An artist's impression of a dendritic cell. Dendritic cells are the 'sentinels' of the immune system, constantly sampling the environment and presenting antigens to the immune system.

Researchers within the Monash Biomedicine Discovery Institute (BDI) are developing an innovative program targeted at those who have low vision or are blind, by hosting a Sensory Scientific Exhibition and Discovery Day at Monash University Clayton on Thursday 31 May, 2018.

Biomedicine Discovery Institute

Monash Rural Health co-hosts lunch event with Bendigo's peak business

Monash Rural Health co-hosted a lunch event with Bendigo's peak business on 15 May to shine the spotlight on the centrality of medical services and infrastructure to a healthy, thriving greater Bendigo.

Rural Health

High achievers and future health leaders celebrated at Student Awards Ceremony

The outstanding achievements of 139 Monash Medicine, Nursing and Health Sciences students were celebrated at the annual Student Awards Ceremony on Tuesday May 8 in the newly re-opened Alexander Theatre.

Education

Bringing the magic of infection and immunity to the low vision community

Outreach programs at universities often involve displays, exhibitions, lectures and other forms of public engagement. The Monash Biomedicine Discovery Institute is developing an innovative program targeted at those who have low vision or are blind, by hosting a Sensory Scientific Exhibition and Discovery Day at Monash University Clayton on 31st May, 2018. Complete with tactile 3D models, 2D graphic displays, olfactory displays, large print and braille formats, the event will be specifically geared to a low vision/blind audience.

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