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When the first ever gravitational wave was detected, we were there. Hear what it meant to our scientists.
Research into how powerhouse genes evolve and form partnerships is critical for understanding how organisms adapt their metabolism to local climates, but rare.
Male purple-crowned fairy-wrens use their purple crowns to show off about their social status and strength, according to a new study by Monash biologists published today in the Journal of Animal Ecology.
The ARC has awarded a Monash scientist $710,000 over four years for a research project to develop technologies to mitigate 3D geological risk in resources management.
Monash astrophysicists using the ALMA telescope in Chile have a made a world-first discovery with the sighting of a new planet inside a protoplanetary disc.
Choices made in the next decade will have long-term consequences for Antarctica and the globe, according to research published today in Nature.
It's not 'O no' but 'Oh yes'! It may be Friday the 13th today, but for astronomy buffs living in the Southern Hemisphere, they are well-positioned to view a partial solar eclipse today from 1 pm Australia time. According to NASA only 10% of the sun will be shrouded by the moon. Melbournians will only see about 2% of the eclipse - stay safe everyone while viewing it.
Image credit: Prof Stephen Turner. #astronomy #art Monash University Museum of Art
23 Jul, Monday, 4 pm: Gain an edge in an evolving employment market. The Monash Doctoral Program offers training opportunities that will enhance your knowledge, skills and abilities and to apply your expertise within and beyond academia. Skills taught include project management and research commercialisation.
Find out more about the Program via this information session hosted by Monash Graduate Research Office - final year undergrads, Masters and PhD students are welcome. https://my.monash.edu.au/news-and-events/bookings/mge/view/239648/
#GoodRead: School of Biological Sciences Associate Professor Bob Wong explains why urbanisation has a negative impact on wildlife and is helping nuisance wildlife to adapt and proliferate in cities via Smithsonian Magazine. http://bit.ly/2umweL3
#GoodRead via ABC Indigenous: Monash Physics and Astronomy astrophysics student Krystal De Napoli talks about how fellow Kamilaroi woman and astrophysicist Karlie Noon is an inspiration. Krystal will be giving a free talk tonight 6 pm on 65,000 years of Australian Indigenous Astronomy on campus at the MPavilion, corner of Scenic Boulevard and Ancora Imparo Way. https://ab.co/2zrDw5Y #NAIDOCWeek Monash University Campus Events #ThursdayInspo
What a comp! Congratulations to Postgrad Biology at Monash's Avinash Gaikwad who won the #MonashScience3MT comp and People's Choice Award! Avinash will go on to represent our Faculty at the Monash University #3MT finals, while runner-up Gavin Styles (School of Chemistry) will go on to represent the Faculty at the Wildcard Round. Monash Physics and Astronomy's Boris Goncharov received an Honorable Mention by the judges. A huge round of applause to our seven #scicomm talent from the five schools! Bring on the finals! Photo credit: Steve Morton. Monash Graduate Research Office
Do you have paraskevidekatriaphobia? 😱School of Mathematical Sciences' Associate Professor Burkard Polster… https://t.co/qZh6BYuxN2
RT @KrystalDeNapoli: What an amazing venue to present in! Thanks @Mpavillion and @MonashUni for having me! Such a great night https://t.co/…
It's not 'Oh no' but 'Oh yes'! It may be Friday the 13th today, but for astronomy buffs living in the Southern Hemisphere, they are well-positioned to view a partial solar eclipse today from 1 pm Australia time. According to NASA only 10% of the sun will be shrouded by the moon. Melbournians will only see about 2% of the eclipse - stay safe everyone while viewing it.
Thanks @immunoturnsj for this pic of this awesome art installation located at the #monashscienceprecinct #monashscience #astronomy #solareclipse #Fridaythe13th
.@Monash_Science students & alumni: have innovative ideas to address social disadvantage? Register for the Summit o… https://t.co/eXLcrKhX6H
What a comp! Congrats to Biological Sciences’ Avinash Gaikwad who won the #MonashScience3MT comp and People's Choice Award! Avinash will go on to represent our Faculty at the uni-wide #3MT finals, while runner-up Gavin Styles (School of Chemistry) will go on to represent the Faculty at the Wildcard Round. Physics and Astronomy's Boris Goncharov received an Honorable Mention by the judges. A huge round of applause to our seven #scicomm talent from the five schools! Bring on the finals! 📸: Steve Morton. #research #scicomm
Spending the winter semester learning about Galileo's astronomical discoveries and their global impact - @monash_uni students are uncovering fresh insights via the new 'From Galileo to GPS: How astronomy shapes our lives' unit, delivered in Prato, Italy 🇮🇹. 🔭 🍦 #summer #italy #monashscience #studyabroad #wintersemester #astronomy
Introducing our seven emerging #scicomm talent representing the schools at the #MonashScience3MT finals! Attend the Finals comp on 11 Jul to discover who will be crowned victors to go on to represent @MonashScience at the Uni-wide finals! #biology #physics #astronomy #chemistry #maths #geology #monashscience #postgrad