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A new international study involving Monash EAE climate scientist Dr Shayne McGregor offers fresh insights on how Arctic greenhouse gas concentrations and climate feedback result in intensified warming in the region. http://bit.ly/2ze5T5a
Know someone who'd love to study Biology but didn't take it at VCE? Our online Bridging course can help: https://www.monash.edu/science/biology-bridging-course
#Listen on Uncommon Sense RRR (from 2 h 40 minute mark): School of Biological Sciences Dr Erinn Richmond discusses her research on how pharmaceuticals from wastewater are making their way into aquatic invertebrates and spiders living in and next to Melbourne’s creeks. https://www.rrr.org.au/explore/programs/uncommon-sense/
27 Nov, 6.30 pm, S3 Lecture Theatre,16 Rainforest Walk: Can the next generation of quantum technologies lead to the collapse of the banking system? Can certain cats be simultaneously dead and alive? Delve into the world of quantum reality with Monash Physics and Astronomy Felix Pollock at this free talk. #quantumphysics
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A recognition of the achievements of our young researchers. Congratulations to @MonashAstro Dr Andrew Casey… https://t.co/PbqcF2TVm9
RT @ARC_ACES: An exciting collaboration between @MonashUni and the Toyota Research Institute of North America, which also highlights our wo…
RT @MonashGC: We’re proud to be a runner up in the 2018 #BHERT award for higher #education and training. Thanks to @DrRowanBrookes, Andrea…