Adherence to medication after stroke is critical for long-term survival
New data highlights adherence to medication for survivors of first-time stroke or transient ischemic attack (TIA) critical for long-term survival.
The Future of Comedy: Are We Too Quick to Cancel?
A new episode of the ‘What Happens Next?’ podcast reveals the serious side of funny business. Has cancel culture gone too far?
Designing wearable technologies to solve some of our most pressing health challenges
Human-centred design approaches can help solve some of our most pressing health challenges.
Is greenery the secret to slowing the biological ageing process?
We all know being surrounded by plant life is good for the mind and soul, but can it be good for the body, too?
Teaching a ‘hatred’ of Australia? No, minister, here’s why a democracy has critical curriculum content
Public debates about the Australian Curriculum are arguably a sign of democracy at work. Suggesting that some things, such as Anzac Day, are sacred and beyond critical inquiry is not.
Sustainable water treatment system inspired by nature
Students from Monash Chemical Engineering have used the natural water treatment cycle found in nature as inspiration to develop a sustainable, stand-alone water treatment system that removes persistent organic pollutants from industrial wastewater.
Australia signed the Paris Agreement. Then what happened?
Five years after the pivotal Paris Climate Accords, a new report looks beyond the numbers to ask what’s really happening in key countries – including Australia.
MONASH’S MBA MAINTAINS 3RD PLACE IN AUSTRALIA, 73RD GLOBALLY
Our Master of Business Administration has maintained its rank of 73 in the QS 2022 Global MBA Rankings, 3rd in Australia.