News & events
Monash engineers have developed the 'Torpedo Passive Sampler' - a cheap, accurate and simple testing device to detect SARS-CoV-2 in wastewater. This device has already been exported globally.
A new study shows Palorchestes azael had unique elbows unlike any other mammal – which may have contributed to its extinction.
An exciting discovery by Monash University scientists may lead to faster recovery from muscle injury and wasting diseases.
The first archaeological evidence of insects as a food source in Australia has been discovered by archaeologists and traditional land owners.
Two starkly different research projects at East Gippsland's Cloggs Cave, 50 years apart, show the importance of Indigenous perspectives in archaeology.
As PPE shortage cripple the world's battle against COVID-19, Monash researchers have come up with a simple solution using paper that could protect health workers and patients against virus spread.
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.
Healthcare education is in need of a major overhaul if it's to address the sector’s climate change impact.