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Our research draws the attention of national and international media, as well as internal Monash coverage. Here are a few examples of our research outcomes featured in Australian media.
IT LOOKS as if Monash University researcher Bayden Wood will soon have a new home away from home — scientifically speaking.
Australian scientists have developed a cheap and simple-to-use infrared technology that could diagnose malaria at the crucial early stages.
MELBOURNE scientist Dr Bayden Wood regularly makes the trip to the English county of Cheshire, not just for its famous cheese, but for its synchrotron, a high-tech machine that works like a giant microscope
Shining light through a patient’s skin to detect diseases and parasites sounds like something from a sci-fi movie, but it’s actually a serious research project.
Our latest Science Stories film is about spectroscopist Bayden Wood. Bayden is developing portable devices that use light to diagnose disease – just like Dr McCoy’s famous tricorder in Star Trek
Now, the technology that gives the Javelin missile its heat-seeking capability is being developed for use in another battle: the fight against malaria.