‘Unethical and immoral’: Travel bans, COVID-19, and the disregard for human dignity
Instead of criminalising their citizens, India and Australia must invest more in strengthening ethical public health responses to the COVID-19 crisis.
Constitutional or cruel? Breaking down the India travel ban
What COVID-19 restrictions can Australia’s federal health minister impose … and could you really go to prison?
Statement on the continuing COVID-19 crisis in India
Monash University is deeply saddened by the COVID-19 crisis unfolding in India, and in other parts of the world including Malaysia, the Philippines and South America, where cases are surging.
Are chemicals shrinking your penis and depleting your sperm? Here's what the evidence really says
Warnings of an end to human sperm production have been making headlines recently, now with the added threat of shrinking penises. But is it science or sensationalism?
Bats are mostly associated with death and darkness, but the bad rap they get is undeserved
Despite Western perceptions of these flying mammals, in the East they’re associated with folklore and customs that are largely positive in nature.
Monash to help deliver mental health action program in Australian schools
Monash University education psychologists will help deliver Australia's first mental health literacy program to Victorian schools.
The paradox of NFTs: What are people actually paying for?
Colloquially known as ‘Nifties’, non-fungible tokens have recently hit the headlines. But is there any real value in a digital asset?
On-campus learning at Monash University
Ninety-eight per cent of Monash units offered an on-campus learning mode for tutorials, workshops, laboratories and seminars in semester one, 2021.