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Use your curious and creative mind to analyse and interpret data. Discover the hows and whys of our world.
Genetics/genomics, ecology, evolution, plant sciences and zoology. Use your love of biology to make the world a better place. 2019 Mid-Year Honours Projects now available!
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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.
New research from Monash University explains the molecular mechanisms that allow bacteria to engage in ‘molecular piracy’, stealing iron atoms from their fungal competitors.
RT @LetsGetPhysEcol: A PhD project on recreational fisheries and shark/ray conservation available in my lab https://t.co/pYAS2m7dDS
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#Drosophila #larvae #fruitflies #maggots #biology @MonashBiol https://t.co/7tdnuKeHkv
RT @journal_evo: A new #Evolution study by Hayley Cameron and @djm_MEEG at @MonashBiol shows how in one marine invertebrate, bigger isn't a…
Can competitive asymmetries maintain offspring size variation? A manipulative field test - Cameron - - Evolution -… https://t.co/fc3tnCJUex
RT @mattd_hall: Our paper with Dieter Ebert and Jarrko Routtu is out. It contrasts the genetic architecture of different steps of the infec…
Introducing Keyne Monro, ARC Future Fellow and MonroLab leader. Keyne and her group strive to understand the evolut… https://t.co/bNtU0JqVo6