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When the first ever gravitational wave was detected, we were there. Hear what it meant to our scientists.
An internationally renowned chemist whose work is revolutionising Australian renewable energy exports, has been awarded the 2018 Victoria Prize for Science and Innovation in the physical sciences.
Scientists have long known that the Universe is expanding, but determining whether the expansion rate is the same in different parts of the Universe has been unclear.
If you are a stormchaser or just someone who loves the theatre of wind, lightning, heavy rain and hail when a storm whips through, then you are perfectly placed to help climate science.
An international research team from China, UK, Canada, and Monash University has discovered the first and oldest preserved soft tissue of a terrestrial gastropod – a snail – in the fossil record.
A new study led by Monash biologists has found that male fish exposed to the antidepressant fluoxetine (commonly marketed as ProzacTM) are spending more time pursuing female fish for sex.
Congratulations to Monash chemist, Professor Doug MacFarlane, who has won the prestigious 2018 Victoria Prize for Science and Innovation in physical sciences for work which is revolutionising Australian renewable energy exports. http://bit.ly/2Amzydw
SSLL Free Breakfast
The SSLL is hosting a free breakfast this Thursday, 25th Oct from 9:30 – 11am, so come on down and grab yourself some nutritious food to start your day!
There will be gluten & dairy free options available. Please bring your own cutlery and bowls for the cereal!
A new study by Monash astrophysicists has provided fresh insights into understanding the expansion of the Universe. http://bit.ly/2NXfGkB Monash Physics and Astronomy Monash Centre for Astrophysics - Monash University
Great work from one of our EAE researchers, Dr Ruth Reef.
Tomorrow, 23 Oct, 6.30 pm: Will Victoria suffer from a volcanic eruption? What's the connection between volcanoes, climate change and Frankenstein? Don't miss Monash University School of Earth, Atmosphere and Environment Dr James Driscoll's free talk on this fascinating topic at Monash Clayton Public Library. Monash Public Library Service. http://bit.ly/2R8nu57
Congratulations to Monash chemist, Professor Doug MacFarlane, who has won the prestigious 2018 Victoria Prize for S… https://t.co/VembnmmWYF
RT @FLEETCentre: FLEET’s Michael Fuhrer @Monash_Science talking about the energy cost of computing and data mgt, and #beyondCMOS solutions…
A new study by Monash astrophysicists has provided fresh insights into understanding the expansion of the Universe.… https://t.co/G2uPWmR8WC
Great work from one of our Earth, Atmosphere and Environment researchers, Dr Ruth Reef https://t.co/xJhOXO3T62
Tomorrow, 23 Oct, 6.30 pm: Will Victoria suffer from a volcanic eruption? What's the connection between volcanoes,… https://t.co/omjYiri9fW
Looking for a study space during SWOTVAC? We've got this. With hot drinks and microwaves available to help you get through late nights, the Science Student Learning Lounge at 14 Rainforest Walk is open 24/7 for the use of all science students. #MonashSciencePrecinct #exams #science #unilife #SWOTVAC
The first of its kind in Australia and the most comprehensive worldwide, @MonashEAE Earth Sciences Garden is inspired by the geology and geomorphology of Victoria, Australia - providing an immersive learning experience for our students. #MonashSciencePrecinct #ChooseMonashScience #earthsciences
Our maths and statistics students get help in their studies at the Mathematics Learning Centre. With daily drop-in sessions to discuss topics and assignments, the Centre is also open during SWOTVAC, examination period and mid-semester breaks. #MonashSciencePrecinct #ChooseMonashScience #maths #statistics
The School of Chemistry Green Chemical Futures Building - a research powerhouse providing opportunities for collaboration, innovation and education for our students, academics and industry in the chemical and material sciences.
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