News & events
Tennis Australia, Monash University and AKQA have launched Action Audio, an online audio stream designed to make the Australian Open broadcasts accessible for almost 600,000 Australians and 285 million people living with blindness or a vision
The world's stock markets hold mining companies to account for human rights violations, new research by Monash University and Oxford University has found.
New research shows that the killing of environmental activists is bad for mining companies' business, resulting in falling share prices – at least in the short term.
Two starkly different research projects at East Gippsland's Cloggs Cave, 50 years apart, show the importance of Indigenous perspectives in archaeology.
Of the many educational lessons to be learnt from 2020, one is that we could do the final year of school differently.
In this final episode about exploring our history, Monash alum Elizabeth Finkel AM explains why she tells the stories of how science works, and our experts offer their best tips and advice on where to dig deeper for knowledge.
We often think of archaeology as Western science, but First Peoples have been interpreting their ancestral landscapes for generations.
Monash University has today sent 9,458 first round undergraduate offers to students in 165 courses across its four Victorian campuses.