Encryption, crime-fighting, and the balancing act between community safety and individual privacy
With more and more technology-driven crime, the tension between policing it and preserving the privacy of individuals is being writ large.
Our history, our nation: Why the National Archives must be preserved
To maintain the integrity of our history, and the ability to tell our stories about our nation, the government should fully commit to the digital transformation of these fragile records.
Monash University Health Service to support COVID-19 vaccination rollout
Monash University Health Service (UHS) has been approved by the Department of Health to take part in the rollout of the AstraZeneca vaccine.
Monash community recognised in Queen’s Birthday Honours
Members of the Monash community have been recognised in the 2021 Queen’s Birthday Honours for their outstanding contribution to Australian society.
Monash, BiVACOR-led consortium to develop and commercialise world-first durable total artificial heart
A national consortium of universities, hospitals and industry, led by Monash University and BiVACOR, are looking to develop and commercialise a world-first durable Total Artificial Heart.
Breaking down contraception barriers to empower all women
A new trial aims to ensure all Australian women know what is available to assist them to prevent unwanted pregnancy.
What’s in a name? How recruitment discriminates against ‘foreign’ applicants
A review of job application studies in 18 countries shows that bias against those with ethnic minority names is still endemic.
Anti-vilification code 25 years on: How the AFL transformed Australia's sporting landscape
New research by the Monash Business School unpacks the history of the AFL's anti-vilification code and how it has made the competition the envy of Australia's sporting landscape.