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Now more than ever, the world depends on researchers and scientists to solve what has become the defining global emergency of our time. Monash researchers are responding to the immediate complex global challenges arising from the pandemic, as well as long-term multidisciplinary solutions across health, economics, policy, technology, environment and society.

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Australian universities join forces to tackle inflammatory lung disease

A new spin-out company, RAGE Biotech, will develop novel therapies designed to help patients with chronic inflammatory lung diseases, supported by investment from IP Group, Monash University (Monash) and The University of Western Australia (UWA).

Medicine & health 8 July 2020

Flood mapping technology to save lives, communities in India

Monash University news

Researchers at IITB-Monash Research Academy have developed new technology to help authorities in India save lives and communities at risk of extreme flooding and other natural disasters.

Engineering & technology 7 July 2020

One million epilepsy patients in China missing out on beneficial surgery

An team researching the causes and outcomes of epilepsy patients in China suggest a standard operation could leave them seizure-free.

Medicine & health 7 July 2020

Workplaces must take greater role in addressing sexual harassment

Employers must change their workplace cultures to encourage staff who are victims of sexual assault to come forward, Monash University researchers say.

Business 6 July 2020
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DIY home injuries increase during COVID-19 lockdown, overall ED presentations continue to decline

COVID-19 restrictions have led to a rise in DIY home injuries during April, the Monash University Accident Research Centre (MUARC) has reported.

University news 2 July 2020
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