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Congratulations to Dr Francine Marques on being nominated a 2019 Eureka Prize Finalist!
Study finds repairing the harmful effects of inbreeding could save this iconic bird.
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Congratulations to Biology PhD student Avinash Gaikwad on winning the David Healy New Investigator Award.
In an exciting first for the species, 37 out-crossed Helmeted Honeyeaters were released to Yellingbo Nature Conservation Reserve, coinciding with the 30th anniversary of the recovery program to save the species.
Most birds remain the same colour year-round, replacing their feathers only once a year.
But some birds undergo a seasonal colour change and replace some of their feathers twice each year – often alternating between dull and bright feathers.
“Let food be thy medicine and medicine be thy food.”
One hundred million micro-organisms live within our gut, influencing our metabolism, our immune system and possibly even our mental health.
An internationally renowned Monash researcher, whose work could change the way high blood pressure is treated, has been named a finalist in the prestigious Australian Museum Eureka Prizes.
RT @DavidovichLab: Minisymposium on Transcription and Chromatin at @MonashUni on November 6th.
Free registration. Confirmed speakers from…
RT @RosGleadow: Finally set up my profile for #WomenInSTEM hosted by @Science_Academy @MonashBiol @Monash_Science A work in progress! http…
What was bigger than thought, had fixed elbows and enlarged claws? @P_hazael @DrTeethAl and colleagues describe the… https://t.co/avg2dYHZFP
RT @BBM_Wong: Read our latest paper on desert aquatic food webs at @Ecol_Evol and want to know more about the remarkable desert goby? @Mona…
RT @P_hazael: The first paper from my PhD is here! Describing the strange limb #anatomy of the Palorchestidae, a group of rare Australian #…
What is the role of CBE1 in male fertility and in cell function? In contrast to initial expectations, Christiane Pl… https://t.co/PzUZZJkC95
RT @RosGleadow: Great discussions about adaptation to the new climate at Government House tonight @MonashBiol #trees #climatechange - fun…
RT @RitaJSerrano: Happy and proud to have been awarded the Doctor of Philosophy...on my birthday, a special day and a special achievement.…