Nomophobia - fear being without your phone? It's a phobia afflicting most Australians
An Australia-first study shows 99 per cent of mobile phone users suffer from nomophobia and it could be endangering their health.
Mapping the glacial melt to predict what lies ahead
Mapping the previous melting of glaciers in the Antarctic is helping researchers predict what lies ahead for the ice giants – and the wider consequences.
Summer and the Festive Season: Monash University experts available
Monash University has a number of experts available for comment on a range of topics relating to Christmas and the summer season.
The floor is lava: After 1.5 billion years in flux, here's how a new, stronger crust set the stage for life on Earth
Earth's earliest continents remained in flux, disappearing and reappearing across 1.5 billion years before finally gaining form.
Monash academics recognised in national Superstars of STEM program
Three Monash researchers have been named among fellow Australian female scientists in the 2021-22 Superstars of STEM program.
University Research Hub One Step Closer for Point Nepean
A world-leading research and education field station at Point Nepean is one step closer to fruition after the proposal passed its first milestone.
Monash awarded for excellence
Monash University has won two awards in the Australian Financial Review Higher Education Awards 2020.
Australia Lags on UN Targets for a More Prosperous, Greener, Fairer Nation, Monash Report Shows
A progress update on the UN's sustainability targets shows Australia has fallen behind in 44 of 56 key indicators.