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eDNA sampling: Assessing the state of species in bushfire-affected areas

Researchers are using the environmental DNA sampling method to effectively assess animal populations in bushfire-affected areas.


Monash tops the field with over $13 million for future fellowships

Monash University researchers have been awarded over $13 million in Future Fellowships which will be used to drive innovation and facilitate industry collaboration to meet important commercial challenges.

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human trafficking

Human trafficking: Twenty years on from the Palermo Protocol, how do we account for progress?

Companies are facing increased scrutiny over modern slavery, but where do we stand on human trafficking?


New drug targets the clots that can kill: A potential treatment for heart attack and stroke prevention

Monash researchers have developed a drug that can be potentially given as a preventative against heart attack.

Medicine & health - 2020-07-21T183515.392

COVID-19: The silver lining that could help Australia's battery industry

COVID-19’s global supply chain disruption opens the door for Australia to take more control of the lithium manufacturing process that produces electric vehicle batteries.

Monash University news

Groundbreaking project powers Australia's future using renewables

The Federal Government has announced a further half a million dollars in funding to a Monash University-led project to investigate the integration of renewables into the energy grid.

Engineering & technology

Hormones are not the key to younger women's sexual function

A study into the causes of sexual dysfunction in young women has found social factors are as important as hormone levels.

Medicine & health

How to repair your gut

Monash University researchers identify a key biomolecule that enhances the repair of your gut by prompting stem cells to regenerate damaged tissue.

Medicine & health

Looks like epilepsy but isn't: Introducing PNES Disease

One in four people who are tested for epilepsy do not have the disease but instead have a psychological condition known as PNES

Medicine & health