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Facebook turns 15: how can the troubled teen earn our trust?

The social media giant has turned 15, but its growing pains continue.

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Experts available over the Festive season

Monash University has several experts available for comment on a range of topics relating to the festive season, politics and security; bushfires road safety, gambling and more.

University news
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More women in architecture, but gender inequality remains in leadership roles

Recent reports show that women's representation in the industry has grown significantly, but the number in leadership roles is disappointing.

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Climate scientists shed new light on what causes intensified warming

New international research involving Monash University shows intensified surface warming in Canada, Siberia, Alaska and in the Arctic Ocean relative to global mean temperature rise.

Science
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The wonderful world of wetlands and their resilience to climate change

A worldwide study shows that while wetlands are under increasing threat from global warming, rising sea levels and human population density, they're remarkably resilient – and Australia's are faring better than most.

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The new philanthropy: creating communities with a shared goal of a better world

Philanthropy is now viewed as a way of creating communities of people with a shared goal of bringing positive, practical change to the world.

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Divide and conquer: understanding the role of sacred values

A better understanding of our deep emotional attachment to sacredness could help resolve deadlocks in long-running and seemingly intractable conflicts.

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Global recognition for life-changing water initiatives

Professor Tony Wong has received the 2018 IWA Global Water Award for an initiative that provided urban water security to millions of people internationally.

Engineering & technology

Climate change sounds predict impact of extreme weather

Researchers at Monash University and Penn State University (USA) are ‘sonifying’ cyclones and hurricanes to create soundtracks for use by scientists, weather forecasters and climate change researchers.

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