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Sustainable residential complex opens at Peninsula as growth plans take shape

Monash University has opened a new 150-bed residential accommodation complex on its Peninsula Campus, constructing its most energy efficient building in the process.

Design & architecture

Monash secures $1.2 million for ARC projects

Innovative world-leading research and strong engagement with industry has helped Monash University secure funding in the latest Australian Research Council (ARC) grants for Linkage Projects.

Industry & partnerships
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Risky drinking among men: alcohol's role in social interaction

Young men's alcohol consumption is radically out of touch with recommended health guidelines.

Lens
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The Australian flag: is it high time for a rethink?

With the Australian flag increasingly seen as a fashion statement rather than what it's supposed to represent, is it time for a rethink?

Lens

Ocean and wind changes cause Antarctic sea ice drop to record low

Warmer ocean temperatures and unusual wind patterns have contributed to a record decline of sea ice levels in Antarctica, Monash research has found.

Science

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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Explainer: what can Tesla’s giant South Australian battery achieve?

Last Friday, world-famous entrepreneur Elon Musk jetted into Adelaide to kick off Australia’s long-delayed battery revolution.

Engineering & technology

Here’s one to gymnologize over: the case for bringing back snollygostery, trumpery and humbuggery

Words and expressions come and go. Sometimes you can understand why they don’t linger. It’s hard to imagine there was ever much call for peristeronic, “suggestive of pigeons” – and there’s no evidence

Arts & culture

Monash University researchers urge more action on thunderstorm asthma

Monash University researchers say there is an urgent need to highlight the physiological mechanisms underlying thunderstorm-related asthma to prevent an event such as last year’s catastrophic epidemic in Melbourne occurring again.

Medicine & health