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Sour grapes: Prosecco decision could impact EU trade with Australia

As the EU takes steps to protect Italian wine producers from international competition, Monash University research shows Prosecco is a grape variety and should not be considered a geographical indication.

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Aged care royal commission: medication management and pill regimes in the spotlight

Sixty-three per cent of Australian aged care residents take at least nine different medications regularly.

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filicide

When parents kill: the reality of filicide in Australia

A study reveals that filicide is a regular occurrence in Australia, not a rare one.

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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

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Monash University news

Monash Commission recommends a new model for tertiary education for all Australians

The Monash Commission has released its vision for post-compulsory education with three transforming recommendations for the future.

University news

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
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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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
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America's opioid epidemic is starting to hit Australia's shores

The drug epidemic that's claimed thousands of lives in the US is swiftly becoming a threat to the health of many Australians.

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