Carnivore canines evolved to kill and eat prey, study finds
Contrary to popular belief not all canines are created equally.
Chemist and antibiotic-resistance crusader are Tall Poppy scientists
Congratulations to Dr Victoria Blair and Dr Jeremy Barr on being named 2021 Victorian Tall Poppy Award winners, which recognise the outstanding work of early career researchers.
New study highlights stellar contradiction
How common is our Solar System? Less common than we might think.
New salts raise the bar for lithium ion battery technology
Lithium ion batteries are set to take a dominant role in electric vehicles and other applications in the near future – but the battery materials, currently in use, fall short in terms of safety and performance and are holding back the next
Essential oils can be beneficial for your health and mood, study finds
New research from Monash University scientists has uncovered why certain essential oils can benefit mood.
There’s still time to act but no time to delay: UN climate report lead author
It’s not too late to cap global warming to 1.5oC under the Paris agreement adopted by 191 nations, but we must step up action swiftly, says Monash University’s Associate Professor Shayne McGregor - a chapter three lead author of the
World-first study identifies centipedes as seabird predators
An international study led by Monash University scientists has found that giant centipedes, growing up to 23 cm long, are predators of seabirds, suggesting that the arthropod has a key role to play in ecosystem dynamics.
Study finds deficiency in how gut microbiome-produced substances are detected in people suffering from high blood pressure
A new study led by Monash University scientists has found that microbial genetic pathways are different in people suffering from hypertension.