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The evolution of mothers and babies in our earliest ancestors

A new study reveals the lives of human ancestors who died millions of years ago.

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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

University news

Monash University partners with Collingwood FC to create Australia's leading sports research hub

Monash University has joined forces with Collingwood Football Club to create a world first sports medical research hub with a major focus on women's sports and injuries.

Sport

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

Face off - Cyclists not human enough for drivers: study

A new study by Monash University and QUT has found that more than half of car drivers think cyclists are not completely human.

Research

Australia's not so paw-fect energy future

Australia’s trend towards “humanising” their pets has the potential to impact energy demands and usage between now and 2050, researchers at Monash University have found.

Engineering & technology

Rainfall and temperature predict bird colouration, study finds

An international study led by a Monash University ornithologist has found variation in rainfall and temperature can affect the colours of birds.

Science
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Saving language – the power of ancient Indigenous oral traditions

Monash Country Lines archive founder John Bradley is 38 years into a journey tracing and recording vanishing oral traditions in an Indigenous heartland.

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An outdoor gallery that began in the Ice Age

Rock carvings dating back tens of thousands of years provide a window into the deep prehistory of indigenous Australia.

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