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An international study involving Monash University School of Earth, Atmosphere and Environment Emerita Professor Dr Patricia Vickers-Rich has found that by examining the rings in fossil bone tissue, scientists can see how the herbivorous Australian polar dinosaur 'hypsilophodntid' lived 105 million years ago. http://bit.ly/2rlgl9x
Is the air in the room a swarm of discrete molecules bouncing around, or a smooth continuum? Explore the mathematical and scientific world with Professor Nick Trefethen FRS, Head of the Numerical Analysis Group at University of Oxford at this free talk on 30 Jan, 7 pm Caulfield Campus hosted by Monash Maths and the Australian Mathematical Sciences Institute. http://bit.ly/2DpxcN5
Inspiring the next generation of scientists: Monash Dean of Science Professor Jordan Nash with MySci Year 11-12 participants talking about how he became a scientist and why studying science opens up so many doors. Young Scientists of Australia, Melbourne Chapter #STEM #MySci2018
Welcome new students to the #MonashSciencePrecinct! We look forward to chatting with you about course options, uni life and all things science! #choosemonashscience Destination Monash Monash Physics and Astronomy Postgrad Biology at Monash Monash University School of Earth, Atmosphere and Environment
Developing a better understanding of the 'Mother's curse' phenomenon: new research led by Dr Tim Connallon seeks to answer the questions of how often do male-harming mutations arise and spread in mitochondrial genes and what are the long-term consequences. http://bit.ly/2B5s4su #mitrochondria Postgrad Biology at Monash
Unearthing secrets from fossil bone tissue of Victoria's plant-eating 'hypsilophodontid' dinosaurs: international s… https://t.co/NRTO8q0vFn
30 Jan, 7 pm, @MonashUni Caulfield Campus: Explore the mathematical and scientific world through discrete and conti… https://t.co/6MHezAnHNK
RT @JasminaGalloway: Excellent talk and panel discussion about diversity in #STEM with @OtherSociology and @SafariPenguin @Monash_Science h…
Why is studying science important? Monash Dean of Science Professor Jordan Nash shares with MySci Year 11 & 12 participants about how he became a scientist and why studying science can open many doors. #STEM #science #unilife #choosemonashscience #monashuni #mysci2018
Inspiring the next generation of scientists: Monash Dean of Science Professor Jordan Nash with MySci Year 11-12 par… https://t.co/7f2KmGc8Eb
What can higher education and science organisations do to improve gender equity and diversity in STEM? Welcome to s… https://t.co/Vlp1yvuEfr
Welcome new students to the #MonashSciencePrecinct! We look forward to chatting with you about course options, uni life and all things science! #choosemonashscience
Welcome new students to the #MonashSciencePrecinct! We look forward to chatting with you about course options, uni… https://t.co/4jDqRKuMFd
Blue skies, fluffy white clouds... perfect summer weather reflected off the windows of our Biological Sciences lab in the Jock Marshall Reserve. 📸: @harmer_architecture #summer #science #monashuni #campus #architecture #monashscienceprecinct
In @RSocPublishing: how often do male-harming mutations arise and spread in mitochondrial genes and what are the lo… https://t.co/uTd40xWtL7
Offering flexibility and choice, our degree enables you to think about science in new and exciting ways. A big shout out to all the #VCE students choosing our course as your first preference. #Year12Students #ChooseMonashScience #unilife #monashuni #science