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After the Medicare breach, we should be cautious about moving our health records online

By Robert Merkel. How did a journalist manage to buy their own Medicare details on the dark web? AAP Image/Dave Hunt. The Australian government is digitising the country’s health system, but a serious Medicare security breach suggests we may not

Engineering & technology
Professor Elizabeth Croft

Monash University appoints Professor Elizabeth Croft as new Dean, Faculty of Engineering

Professor Elizabeth Croft, currently Associate Dean in the Faculty of Applied Science at the University of British Columbia, has been appointed by Monash University to the role of Dean, Faculty of Engineering.

Engineering & technology

Monash & HP Alum driving megatrends

The global “megatrends” of mobility, blended reality, and 3D printing are driving future technology development, but what are the skill-sets required for success in this age of digital disruption?

Engineering & technology

Monash University and Commercial Aircraft Corporation of China sign MOU to accelerate aircraft development

Monash University is helping China with its ambitious plans to develop advanced aircraft manufacturing through knowledge exchange and collaborative research in 3D printing technology, material analysis and treatment.

Industry & partnerships
Vikram Vishal

Indian-Monash Research Academy graduate wins prestigious Young Scientist Award

A promising young expert on reservoir geomechanics, Professor Vikram Vishal, has won a prestigious Young Scientist award in India. Professor Vishal, a graduate of the Indian Institute of Technology Bombay (IITB) – Monash Research Academy, has won

Engineering & technology
Record keeping

Kids-in-care focus of national recordkeeping summit

A National Summit convened by Monash University, in Melbourne today, brings together leading advocacy groups for the first time to focus on the information, memory and evidence needs of children in out-of-home care and care leavers.

Engineering & technology
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Artificial soils could be key in rehabilitation of Latrobe Valley coal mines

With Hazelwood Power Station commencing its staged shutdown, creating artificial soils from waste materials could provide an environmentally friendly option for rehabilitating the adjoining mine, according to a leading mining researcher from Monash

Engineering & technology
MI launch

Monash Infrastructure launches: solving global challenges

Australia’s capacity to deliver innovative solutions to critical global infrastructure problems such as water supply and maintenance of ageing rail will be boosted by the creation of Monash Infrastructure (MI) - a Monash University Institute

Engineering & technology