Failure to freeze: Low Antarctic sea ice may be ‘new abnormal’
The first evidence is emerging of a regime shift underway in the Southern Ocean where Antarctic sea ice is entering a different state of lower coverage, a new study in Nature’s Communications Earth & Environment reveals today.
X-ray imaging for lung health recognised with prestigious Eureka Prize
Monash University together with the University of Adelaide, the Women's and Children's Hospital in Adelaide, 4D Medical Pty Ltd, have been awarded the Eureka Prize for Excellence in Interdisciplinary Scientific Research for their work on developing
Monash PhD student saves seal pup from deadly garden mesh
A daring mission has successfully saved the life of a seal pup entangled in deadly garden mesh off the coast of Phillip Island.
Monash science researchers awarded $804,000 in funding as part of ARC DECRA scheme
Congratulations to Monash science researchers from the School of Earth, Atmosphere and Environment who have received $804,000 in Australian Research Council (ARC) funding for two projects under the Discovery Early Career Researcher Award (DECRA)
Genetic rescue program to save the iconic Helmeted Honeyeater outweighs any risks, study finds
Monash University researchers supporting Zoos Victoria to breed the Critically Endangered Helmeted Honeyeater with another subspecies to improve genetic health and fitness, have found that the benefits of such genetic mixing outweigh any risks.
Monash University awarded $5 million for new ARC Training Centre for Radiochemical Technologies and Precision Radiopharmaceuticals
Monash University has been awarded $5 million in funding for one of the eight new Australian Research Council (ARC) training centres designed to support innovative commercial opportunities for Australia.
Three Monash Science Future Fellows awarded funding
Science researchers have won over $3 million in grants under the 2023 Australian Research Council (ARC) Future Fellowships scheme.
Scientists show how fires along waterways in Australia’s tropical savanna threaten endangered birds
Fires in riparian zones within the tropical savannas of northern Australia affect the breeding success and survival of endangered, purple-crowned fairy-wrens.