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We share your passion for science. From the classroom to the field, we offer a unique experience to match your curious, adventurous and creative spirit.
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When the first ever gravitational wave was detected, we were there. Hear what it meant to our scientists.
A scientific analysis of fossilised tree resin has caused a rethink of Australia’s prehistoric ecosystem, and could pave the way to recovering more preserved palaeobiological artefacts from the time of dinosaurs or prehistoric mammals.
Australia is species poor for birds, mammals and frogs, but our environment has enabled reptiles to flourish.
Monash Science has received a major win in today’s NHMRC funding announcement with more than $800,000 allocated to research projects investigating male infertility and tuberculosis.
Monash microbiologists have shown how life can exist in extreme environments.
An international study led by a Monash physicist could pave the way for radically reducing medical radiation dose from x-rays and CT scans.
Know a Year 12 student who is thinking of studying with us? Explore our facilities and student spaces, chat with our staff on course advice and more - book a tour of the #MonashSciencePrecinct now: http://bit.ly/2jPEwXq
Learning on the job about how #science and #entrepreneurship work in real life: Our Monash Global Challenges students are interning at Shanghai Pharmaceuticals where they will research probiotic clinical trial design and evaluate the viability of respiratory medications in overseas markets. #internships
A recognition of research that will make a positive impact on the Australian minerals industry - congratulations to Monash University School of Earth, Atmosphere and Environment PhD candidate Jonathan Hamisi, winner of the prestigious Minerals Council of Australia Industry Research Scholarship.
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Have we seen the last of #Melbournestorms this summer? It's all down to probabilities explains Monash University School of Earth, Atmosphere and Environment's Professor Christian Jakob. http://ow.ly/sIdG30h4ahB #climate
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Learning on the job about how #science and #entrepreneurship work in real life: Our @MonashGC students are internin… https://t.co/BGRWwIAl2F
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From researching probiotic clinical trial design and evaluating the viability of expanding respiratory medication products into international markets to getting great career advice from Monash Alumni and enjoying the sights, our eight Global Challenges students who are currently on internship with Shanghai Pharmaceutical Holdings are having an experience of a lifetime. #shanghai #china #monashalumni #internship #unilife #science
What was Australia's prehistoric ecoystem like? Using nuclear technology to investigate the make-up of ancient ambe… https://t.co/Zw4ctBfoXl
A great pic of the Central Science Block at 19 Rainforest Walk re-grammed from @Monash_Uni (📷: @sumitkath)
For students who need help from course advice to sorting out course-related processes and requirements, the Science Student Services team located on the ground floor is available during business hours to help. #unilife #MonashSciencePrecinct
A taste of Shanghai - our eight Global Challenges students enjoy the local cuisine before kicking off their internship with Shanghai Pharmaceutical Group, the 2nd largest pharmaceutical company in China. #Shanghai #China #internship #dinner #unilife #science #monashuni #STEM #monashglobalchallenges
Beautiful yet fragile, the Cinque Terre in Italy is listed as a @unesco World Heritage Site for its unique environment and cultural landscape. Our @MonashEAE students are learning about how the region is affected by climate change, rural depopulation, landscape instability and burgeoning tourism with Professor Nigel Tapper. 📸: @rowanbrookes Repost @monasheae #Italy #cinqueterre #geology #climatechange #sustainability