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When the first ever gravitational wave was detected, we were there. Hear what it meant to our scientists.
It is a question that scientists have been trying to resolve for centuries, but might it be due to evolutionary chance?
There’s a certain kind of magic around Master of Environment and Sustainability Course Director, Dr Susie Ho.
An international study involving a Monash biologist has outlined a much-needed framework to significantly improve the monitoring of status and trends of species worldwide. This finding comes after a multi-year collaboration under the auspices of the Group on Earth Observations Biodiversity Observation Network (GEO BON).
They are invisible to the human eye, but they are there – millions of microbes in our beaches, breaking down the rubbish in our waters.
For most of us, a glass of water doesn’t appear to be an unfathomable mystery, but for Monash materials scientist Amelia Liu, it represents one of the “grand challenges” of physics.
Dr Michael Brown, Associate Professor at the Monash School of Physics & Astronomy on the rising popularity of astronomy.
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Inspiring the next generation of change makers - in conversation with Monash Master of Environment and Sustainability Course Director, Dr Susie Ho. http://bit.ly/2Fld9yh
The female voice in science writing http://www.australasianscience.com.au/article/science-and-technology/brief-history-science-writing-shows-rise-female-voice.html
Everyone belongs. Today is Harmony Day and we celebrate our cultural diversity. Harmony Day encourages people to participate in the community and foster a sense of belonging for everyone and to respect cultural and religious diversity. People from many different cultures call Australia home.
Which requires more food, a 4000kg elephant or 4000kgs of mice? The answer may surprise you.
RT @ecroft: Congratulations to the @MonashUni @nova_rover_team for being one of the 36 finalists selected to compete in the 2019 University…
Dr Michael Brown, Associate Professor at the Monash School of Physics & Astronomy on the rising popularity of astro… https://t.co/T5piuQO6uw
Inspiring the next generation of change makers - in conversation with Monash Master of Environment and Sustainabili… https://t.co/8GjIF0HXlq
RT @ARC_OzGRav: Short science: Dr Xingjiang Zhu works on gravitational wave astronomy, pulsars, black holes and neutron stars with OzGrav a…
RT @DRMacFarlane: Our Perspective article on N2 reduction to ammonia is just out in Nature Catalysis. Available here : https://t.co/TsfDwl0…
Congratulations Dr Susie Ho, MES Course Director, who today won the Monash Postgraduate Association (MPA) Lecturer of the Year award! Go Susie! You’re the best!
MES student Arushi Mehta is passionate protecting India's environment. She recently attended the 4th International Conference on Creativity and Innovation in India where her idea is being considered for incubation support by Indian entrepreneurs and government. #changeit
Watch Catalyst tonight! Associate Professor Eric Thrane will join a number of Australian scientists in tonight's episode called the "Black Hole Hunters". You can catch a sneak peak preview of the episode at Catalyst@ABCcatalyst
What a turn out! Welcome to our new students! They began O’Week with a warm welcome at Blackwood Hall from our Dean Professor Jordan Nash. Congratulations on the start of your journey into the wonderful world of Science.