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Philanthropic donation enables COVID-19 research study to move into the pre-clinical phase

A philanthropic donation from The Leona M. and Harry B. Helmsley Charitable Trust to Monash University will fully fund the important next steps in research on the use of the FDA approved, anti-parasitic

Medicine & health
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Harder, better, faster, stronger: Agile nations the most effective in combating COVID-19

It's the 'agile nations' that have led the way in combating the COVID-19 crisis.

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$8.8 million transformational gift enables research for social good

Monash University is the recipient of one of Australia’s largest philanthropic gifts towards supporting the next generation of researchers in the arts, social sciences and humanities fields.

Research

Letting go of gadgets: Psychological tendencies behind product disposal

Monash University research shows consumers tend to keep unwanted electronic devices in their homes rather than have them disposed.

Business

Monash Country Lines Archive to expand under a new Indigenous name

Monash University’s unique project to preserve, and in some cases bring back to life, Indigenous languages through animation, Monash Country Lines Archive, has been gifted an Indigenous name - Wunungu Awara: Animating Indigenous Knowledges.<

University news

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,

University news
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Symbol of identity: Notre-Dame fire has ramifications beyond a rebuild

More than an architectural marvel, it remains to be seen if the damaged Notre-Dame will be caught up in the divisions of French society, or play a role as a symbol of unity.

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Monash University news

The William Cooper Indigenous Scholarship celebrates spirit of humanity and activism in Australia's Jewish and Indigenous communities

The Gandel family has donated $1 million to provide comprehensive scholarships for two Indigenous Australians starting their degrees at Monash every year.

University news

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.

University news