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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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Carbon monoxide is an infamous and silent killer that can cause death in minutes. But while it is deadly for us, some microorganisms actually thrive on it, by using this gas as an energy source.
An internationally renowned Monash researcher who just been recognised by the American Heart Association with a prestigious award could change the way high blood pressure is treated.
An international research collaboration has made an important discovery in the quest to help lower global agricultural methane emissions.
An international study involving Monash University scientists has revealed extensive removal of legal protection for conservation reserves, at a time when the preservation of these areas is more important than ever to biodiversity conservation.
A Monash researcher has received a highly competitive and prestigious international grant to study the genetic basis of behaviour.
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