World Mosquito Program’s Wolbachia method dramatically reduces dengue incidence in randomised controlled trial in Indonesia
The World Mosquito Program (WMP) of Monash University, and its Indonesian partners the Tahija Foundation and Universitas Gadjah Mada have announced the first results of a cluster randomised controlled trial of its Wolbachia method , showing a 77%
Wolbachia-infected mosquitoes help drive dengue out of infected communities
Monash program to eradicate mosquito-borne viruses shortlisted to receive $140 million
A Monash-led project to eradicate mosquito-borne viruses worldwide, including dengue and Zika, has been shortlisted to receive a $AUD140 million grant from the MacArthur Foundation in the US.
Monash students on a winning streak in global science competition, FameLab
Two Monash University students have taken out the top gongs in Victoria for the international science competition, FameLab.
Amaero joins world's best 3D printing companies on ASX
Australian-based 3D printing business, Amaero International, has listed on the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX).
Monash at the frontier of health innovation
An innovative public health program against mosquito-borne diseases and groundbreaking technology that interfaces computers to the brain, for bionic vision, are two major research projects that will progress into critical new stages of commercial
Change It. For Good. new Campaign Council Chair extends commitment in support of World Mosquito Program
Today, Monash University announces the future expansion of Monash University’s of the World Mosquito Program, a not-for-profit initiative that works to protect the global community from mosquito-borne diseases such as dengue, Zika,
Monash ‘changes it for good’ in Singapore
Monash University is ‘changing it for good’ in Singapore, with the international launch of the largest philanthropic campaign in its 60 year history today.