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Imagine if all the windows in a city skyline converted sunlight into electricity. Associate Professor Jacek Jasieniak is using perovskites – a low-cost, super-efficient material – to develop next generation solar technologies.
Have you ever drifted off to sleep on a train, but somehow managed to wake up right when your stop is announced? Dr Thomas Andrillon of Monash Institute of Cognitive and Clinical Neurosciences analyses how our brain filters information during sleep.
Doctoral student Aidan Kashyap is helping newborn babies breathe.
Aidan is working towards improving the way newborns are brought to life.
The treatment for a disease can sometimes be more harmful than the ailment itself. Dr Natalie Trevaskis decided to #CHANGEIT. Find out how you play a part by meeting the Monash Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences team at the #GradStudyExpo19: http://mona.sh/ccfE30ncsjh
Despite the hype surrounding driverless cars, the death of public transport has been greatly exaggerated. Professor Graham Currie of Monash Engineering says PT will remain the beating heart of a city.
Congratulations on receiving your offer letter from Monash! We can't wait to welcome you at our campus! If you're wondering what the next steps are, you can find more information here: https://www.monash.edu/get-started