Addressing child sexual abuse inside Australian Jewish organisations
The Malka Leifer sexual abuse case galvanised Australia’s Jewry, but what have been the implications for child safety standards within Jewish organisations in Australia and Israel?
Australian scientists adapting solar energy technology to detect chemical warfare agents and pesticides
Researchers have developed next-generation photovoltaics materials to test for the presence of harmful compounds, such as chemical warfare agents, in order to protect first responders.
For meaningful change, telehealth services need to be accessible to all
How do we use digital technologies to make healthcare more accessible?
COVID-19: Age-old preventive measures still needed even after coronavirus vaccination rollout
Australia has just embarked on a mass vaccination campaign, but historic measures will remain an important community safeguard.
International Women's Day 2021: The realities of being a woman at the top of academia
For this year's International Women’s Day, we celebrate Monash Education's leading women researchers, highlighting the challenges they faced in reaching the top of their fields.
Pacific Island countries lead the world in reporting on global warming
A survey has found that, unlike Australia where the issue is highly politicised, reporting on climate change in the Pacific was presented accurately and accessibly.
Cardiac drug could reduce breast cancer spread and mortality
A team of researchers from Monash University has discovered that a cardiac drug (carvedilol) could greatly reduce breast cancer progression, with those taking the drug at the time of diagnosis also much more likely to survive.
Timor-Leste: Political leadership, patriarchal relationships, and the paedophile priest
Xanana Gusmao’s recent visit to a disgraced priest in Timor-Leste proves patriarchal forces are still very much in play.