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Say what now? Speaking young adults' language when it comes to health

Young adults talk about food as good and bad, but health professionals should move away from the focus on shame, guilt and fear around food and nutrition.


University funding: a juggling act

The federal government’s changes to university funding, making some arts and humanities courses more than twice as expensive, is misguided.


Australian researchers set record for carbon dioxide capture

Researchers from Monash University and the CSIRO have set a record for carbon dioxide capture using Metal Organic Frameworks.

Engineering & technology

Preserving fertility in female cancer patients and ageing populations.

A Monash University study has uncovered the role DNA repair plays in preserving egg quality, offering hope for female cancer patients.

Monash University news

Monash University announces The Melbourne Experiment to study effects of the COVID-19 shutdown on cities

Monash University has launched The Melbourne Experiment - a landmark research collaboration to study the effects of COVID-19 restrictions on the functions of the city.


Global leader in sustainability: Monash climbs in global rankings

Monash University has been recognised for its significant work in sustainability and social inclusion, ranking equal 17th globally in the Times Higher Education (THE) Impact Rankings 2020.

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Monash University leads $36 million global collaboration to secure Antarctica's future

The Federal Government has awarded $36 million to a research program led by Monash University, Securing Antarctica’s Environmental Future (SAEF), through the Australian Research Council.

Science - 2020-04-13T165803.545

COVID-19: Times of great change can be the best times to make … change

A period of great upheaval can be the best time to embed new habits.


New technology can help mitigate bushfires and improve our response

Vast amounts of satellite data gives us an unprecedented ability to map the extent and severity of fires, but we're not exploiting it – yet.