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New research is using high-resolution 3D scanning to reveal patterns in the design of snake fangs, showing that these needle-like teeth are shaped to match the snake’s preferred prey.
A recent study led by Monash University researchers has identified a new mechanism for the regulation of angiotensin-converting enzyme 2 (ACE2) – an important enzyme for regulating kidney health during high blood pressure.
New research combines cutting-edge engineering with animal behaviour to explain the origins of efficient swimming in Nature’s underwater acrobats: Seals and Sea Lions.
The Faculty of Science is inviting researchers to apply for a new grant scheme launched today to ‘re-activate research’.
Congratulations to Monash University scientists who have been awarded three of the five NCI Australia 2021 Australasian Leadership Computing Grants (ALCG).