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Financial Markets Foundation for Children provides funding for new Chair in Neonatal Paediatrics

The Financial Markets Foundation for Children has provided funding for the appointment of a new Chair in Neonatal Paediatrics at Monash University.

University news

Espresso yourself: Coffee thoughts leave a latte on the mind

Monash University research has found that regular coffee drinkers could get the same arousal effects from their morning brew without consuming the beverage.

Business

Monash embarks on a two-year sponsorship with Mount Martha Junior Football Club

Monash University has announced a sponsorship deal with local football club, Mount Martha Junior Football Club.

University news

Gender gap hits women's super early

Research by the Monash Business School has identified fresh evidence of how the ‘gender pay gap’ begins from the first days of employment – a deficit women fail to recoup.

Business

Monash University in largest ever commercialisation deal with China

In the largest commercialisation partnership negotiated between an Australian university and China, a new centre for research and development, the Monash Technology Transformation Institute (MTTI), will be established in the Pingshan District of

Industry & partnerships

More than a stripe of paint needed to keep cyclists safe

On-road marked bicycle lanes are not the optimal solution to keeping cyclists safe, new research by Monash University has found.

Medicine & health

Dopamine found to restore motivation in Parkinson's sufferers

Monash University researchers have found evidence that dopamine levels in the brain can help people with Parkinson's disease achieve higher levels of cognitive motivation.

Medicine & health
retaliation

The whistleblower: a hero pursued rather than protected?

WikiLeaks’ Julian Assange is the biggest whistleblower the world has ever seen, but he is not alone in being pursued relentlessly after exposing embarrassing information or misconduct.

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