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No keys to this future: Millennials ditch cars for transit

Australian millennials are taking longer to get a driver's licence and using public transport more, new research by Monash University shows.

Engineering & technology

Woodside and Monash join forces in innovation and research partnership

Woodside Energy and Monash University have joined forces to develop a state-of-the-art 'living laboratory' and long-term research partnership to support Australia's low-carbon energy transition.

Engineering & technology

Monash appoints Rebecca Forgasz to new role at Australian Centre for Jewish Civilisation

Monash University is pleased to announce the appointment of Monash alumna and former director and CEO of the Jewish Museum of Australia, Rebecca Forgasz, as Associate

University news

Monash Country Lines Archive to expand under a new Indigenous name

Monash University’s unique project to preserve, and in some cases bring back to life, Indigenous languages through animation, Monash Country Lines Archive, has been gifted an Indigenous name - Wunungu Awara: Animating Indigenous Knowledges.<

University news

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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Google grant to establish world-first suicide monitoring system

Turning Point and partners Monash University and the Eastern Health Foundation have received a grant of $850,000 USD ($1.21 million AUD) from Google to establish a world-first suicide monitoring system.

Engineering & technology
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Symbol of identity: Notre-Dame fire has ramifications beyond a rebuild

More than an architectural marvel, it remains to be seen if the damaged Notre-Dame will be caught up in the divisions of French society, or play a role as a symbol of unity.

Lens

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

Science and engineering child's play, but vital for Australia's future

Professor Marilyn Fleer will lead Australia's largest study into play-based education, designed to develop the next generation of STEM minds.

Learning & teaching