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Hail the new storm

Hail the new storm app for citizen scientists

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.

Earth Atmosphere and Environment 17 October, 2018
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Major fossil find sheds new light on the life a 100 million-year-old snail

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.

Earth Atmosphere and Environment 12 October, 2018
Sustainable Finance

Monash signs international research agreement to investigate impact of ‘sustainable finance’ on markets

Monash University has signed a major research agreement with international environmental, social and governance (ESG) group Vigeo Eiris in an effort to better understand the intricacies of ESG factors on financial markets.

Mathematics 5 October, 2018
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Antidepressants in waterways disturb fish behaviour, study finds

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.

Biology 5 October, 2018
Fin-Maths

New joint internship program for the Master of Financial Mathematics and CSIRO’s Data61

The Master of Financial of Mathematics has signed a landmark partnership with CSIRO’s Data61 to run its industry placement program.

Education 1 October, 2018
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FLEET collaboration aims to prevent energy losing its way

Cheaper, faster, smarter, smaller – the ever-evolving digital world has changed the way we live, as predicted by the law Gordon Moore outlined in 1965.

Physics and Astronomy 1 October, 2018

Monash Global Challenges students’ research contributes to NDIS Review

Three final-year Monash Bachelor of Science Advanced – Global Challenges (Honours) students researching the impact of young people in residential aged care (RAC) facilities have made a formal submission to the Joint Standing Committee on the

General News 21 September, 2018

Wetlands more resilient to sea level rise than previously thought, study finds

An international study involving the head of Monash’s Coastal Research Group has found that wetlands may be more resilient to sea level rises than previously thought.

Earth Atmosphere and Environment 13 September, 2018

Federal Government awards Monash scientists almost $2 million to investigate renewable hydrogen

Monash Scientists have won almost ten per cent of funding announced yesterday by the Australian Government’s energy agency to propel innovation in exporting renewable hydrogen to the world.

Chemistry 7 September, 2018