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Monash research a class act in prestigious Nature Index

Monash University is one of the world's most elite research institutions according to the global rankings of the influential Nature Index.

Research

Monash at the frontier of health innovation

An innovative public health program against mosquito-borne diseases and groundbreaking technology that interfaces computers to the brain, for bionic vision, are two major research projects that will progress into critical new stages of commercial

University news

'Night owls' can retrain body clock to improve health and performance

Research by Monash University shows that a simple tweak to the sleeping patterns of 'night owls' could improve their overall quality of life.

Medicine & health

Victorians struggling to make food ends meet: study

While cost of living pressures have hit Victorians hard, families have become more resourceful in budgeting and food preparation, new research shows.

Medicine & health

Monash furthers global impact with launch of $100 m institute for R&D commercialisation in China

The Monash Technology Transformation Institute (MTTI) – a new not-for-profit research institute focused on research and development (R&D) activities located in the Pingshan District of Shenzhen, China – was officially launched in

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Star Spangled Brander: Domestic buys provide conservatives with wall of security

Republican voters are strongly attached to home-grown brands because they feel uncertain about the world in which they live and see foreign competition as a sign of division and unrest, Monash research shows.

Business

One-night brand: Sexy snaps lead to clean buys

Highly sexualised imagery in advertising causes some consumers to feel ‘physically dirty’ and motivates them to buy products such as toothpaste, soap and face wash, new research shows.

Business
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Women's memory stimulated by educational, employment opportunities

Women in countries where there is higher educational participation can better recall and reconstruct significant memories in their lives – and outperform men in this area.

Medicine & health
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Google grant to establish world-first suicide monitoring system

Turning Point and partners Monash University and the Eastern Health Foundation have received a grant of $850,000 USD ($1.21 million AUD) from Google to establish a world-first suicide monitoring system.

Engineering & technology