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New research from Monash University explains the molecular mechanisms that allow bacteria to engage in ‘molecular piracy’, stealing iron atoms from their fungal competitors.
A trans-Tasman research team led by Monash biologists has shown that dominant bacteria within extreme environments prolong their survival by breaking down the components of air.
Four decades ago, a small black and yellow wasp skipped across the equator from its native Europe and into Tasmania. Or did it?
Monash Science has performed above the international standard in the latest round of the Excellence in Research for Australia (ERA) rankings, released today by the Australian Research Council (ARC).
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In addition to the main days over the Easter break, the Science Student Services office will be closed on Wednesday 24 April and Friday 26 April inclusive. The office will re-open on Monday 29 April. Have a great, well-deserved break everyone!
Packed with useful information, we’re excited to share our latest edition of the Science Faculty undergraduate course guide, a must-have publication for anyone interested in studying science with us.
Congratulations to Dr Minna Saaristo from the Monash School of Biological Sciences on winning the 2019 Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry Australasia's Early Career Medal. SETAC is the professional society for the field with regional chapters around the world.
Congratulations Dr Giulia Ghedini from the Monash School of Biological Sciences!
RT @ProvostParlange: Allan Yeomans presenting how the farmers of Australia USA and China can save the planet by assimilating carbon into th…
RT @FLEETCentre: Check out Moore's Law and future electronics @RoyalSocietyVic by: Meera Parish @Monash_Science, Rebecca Orrell-Trigg @Rese…
RT @BBM_Wong: Super proud of @MinnaSaaristo who has been awarded the Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry Australasia's Early…
Congratulations Dr Giulia Ghedini! @MonashBiol https://t.co/ihRiX0hu7P
Turning food waste into profit.
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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