Monash student wins Rhodes scholarship
Monash University student Kate Maddern has won the prestigious 2021 Victorian Rhodes Scholarship.
Unearthing a gold standard for rehabilitating 80,000 mines in Australia
Monash University engineers have uncovered more than 80,000 unused mines across Australia that have the potential to be transformed for future use.
Better understanding of climate risk could save farmers on interest
Better understanding and improved pricing structures could help mitigate climate risk in lending practices, new research by Monash University has found.
Monash academics awarded Australian Research Council Laureate Fellowships
Two Monash University researchers have been awarded Australian Research Council (ARC) 2019 Australian Laureate Fellowships.
Monash plants seeds to improve farming practices
Monash University engineers are working with Australian farmers to help them improve irrigation practices by using autonomous drone technology.
What ants can teach us about collaboration
The PROTIC project: how mobile phones are changing the lives of Bangladeshi women
World first study of 1.3 million pregnancies in China warns of a dangerous pollutant that causes pre term births
A world first study into the impact of very fine particulate matter pollution – less than 1 mm (PM1) – on preterm births has been done in more than 1.3 million births in rural and urban areas across China.
Artificial soils could be key in rehabilitation of Latrobe Valley coal mines
With Hazelwood Power Station commencing its staged shutdown, creating artificial soils from waste materials could provide an environmentally friendly option for rehabilitating the adjoining mine, according to a leading mining researcher from