Australian politics drive Anglosphere values
Strategic decisions and debates about Australian values are shaped in the Anglosphere, a new research paper reveals.
The Monash Uni Pink Rover flies the Aussie flag at the Grand Prix of robotics competitions
A Pink Rover is this year’s Monash University Nova Rover team entry into the 2023 University Rover Challenge from 31 May - 3 June at the Mars Desert Research Station, Hanksville, Utah, USA.
The ‘Anglosphere’ in action – shaping Australia’s values and future path
As the Voice to Parliament referendum nears, the impact of what’s now known as the Anglosphere continues to have major implications for Australia’s domestic policy settings and institutionalised sense of self.
‘Bioprospecting’ uncovers viruses that can kill deadly superbugs
In a modern take on the gold rush, Monash University researchers are ‘bioprospecting’ for viruses known as phages that can kill superbugs.
Sport is being used to normalise gambling. We should treat the problem just like smoking
No one can say Australian sport is worse off without tobacco ads. We can protect a new generation of young sports fans from harm by following other nations’ leads and phasing out gambling ads.
Victoria bites a $117 billion bullet, and begins the long march of land tax reform
The Andrews government has made a decent first step to reduce Victoria’s mountain of debt by $30 billion over the next decade.
Surviving, not thriving: International students struggling with the increasing cost of living
A new report from the Monash Centre for Youth Policy and Education Practice (CYPEP) has found that international students are going hungry at an alarming rate and calls for better support and assistance for international university students.
What to know about Indonesia’s decision to open its international carbon markets
How the country ensures its carbon market system produces high-quality emission reductions will be a challenge in its nascent stages.