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Stars are giant factories that produce most of the elements in the Universe – including the elements in us, and in the Earth’s metal deposits. But what stars produce changes over time.
Professor Stefan Maier, currently based at Ludwig-Maximilians University of Munich, has been appointed Head of the Monash School of Physics and Astronomy following a global recruitment search to fill the role.
A new study led by Monash University ornithologists has found that the diminutive superb fairy wren likes to organise itself into a complex multilayered society – a social feature once believed to be exclusive to big-brained mammals such as humans, primates, whales and elephants.
An international study led by Monash University astronomers focusing on an infamous star in Orion may help to shed light on how the solar system formed.
Pig-nosed turtles are found in tropical freshwater ecosystems in northern Australia and New Guinea, only arriving here a few thousand years ago.