Geologists shed new light on how continents may have been formed
An international research team has found that the first continents were not stable and were recycled in the interior of the Earth, in the mantle.
Monash science researchers awarded just over $1.5 million in funding as part of ARC DECRA scheme
Monash science researchers have received just over $1.5 million in Australian Research Council (ARC) funding for four projects under the Discovery Early Career Researcher Award (DECRA) scheme.
Three Monash Science researchers become ARC Future Fellows
Science researchers have won over $2 million of the Australian Research Council (ARC) Future Fellowships awarded to Monash University.
Unusual diamonds in meteorites may point the way towards manufacture of ultra-hard microscopic machine components
It has been speculated that lonsdaleite, a rare hexagonal form of diamond, is even harder and stronger than diamond itself.
ARC Laureate Fellows
Congratulations to Professor Joanne Etheridge who has been awarded the ARC 2022 Georgina Sweet Australian Laureate Fellowship.
World first genomic study shows why invasive species are so successful
Invasive species drive the global biodiversity crisis and some, such as ragweeds, even damage our health.
Stellar success for Monash Science with ARC Linkage grants more than double this year
Monash University’s Faculty of Science has been awarded $906,675 in Australian Research Council (ARC) for Linkage Projects – more than double the $451,265 it was awarded last year under the scheme.
Life is defined by biology, not physics
Monash University scientists have challenged the conventional wisdom that biological patterns are explained by physical constraints.