$4.5 million for Monash initiatives that drive transition to sustainable energy
Two Monash University led projects have received more than $4.5 million in funding from ARENA to discover new materials that can help drive the global transition to sustainable energy.
NZ Prime Minister launches construction of Australian-led water and sanitation program with experts in Fiji
The New Zealand Prime Minister has launched construction of a ground-breaking Australian-led program to improve water and sanitation for more than 3,000 people living in informal settlements in Fiji.
$1.5m for interdisciplinary researchers in AI, data and sustainability
Monash University researchers will share $1.5 million in interdisciplinary (IDR) grants to help tackle significant social and scientific challenges across our strategic research focus areas.
Government funds $8.6 million for two research centres at Monash
Monash University has received $8.6 million in Federal Government funding to establish two dedicated research training centres that are set to transform Australia’s health sector and drive the innovation of green chemistry in Australian
Global recognition for life-changing water initiatives
Professor Tony Wong has received the 2018 IWA Global Water Award for an initiative that provided urban water security to millions of people internationally.
Monash scholars elected to prestigious Academy of Social Sciences
Four Monash University Professors have been named Fellows of the Academy of the Social Sciences in Australia (ASSA) for their distinguished contributions to their disciplines and to society.
Monash awarded grant to lead global slum revitalisation research
A global charitable foundation has awarded an AUD $14 million grant to an international research consortium led by Monash University. The announcement was made today by the Hon. Josh Frydenberg MP, Minister for the Environment and Energy.
Water-sensitive innovations to transform health of slums and environment
Polluted water and inadequate water supply, sanitation and hygiene cause around 80 per cent of diseases and one in four deaths in developing countries. The world is recognising that existing strategies simply aren’t working.