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New international research involving Monash University geologists presents a novel way to understand the structure and formation of our oldest continents.
Monash Science has been awarded more than half of the $3.9 million awarded to Monash University by the Australian Research Council (ARC) Linkage Infrastructure, Equipment and Facilities (LIEF) scheme for developing world-class research infrastructure.
Professor Philip Andrews has been appointed Head of the Monash University School of Chemistry – the best in Australia – following a global selection process to fill the role.
Congratulations to all those involved in the Master of Environment and Sustainability (MES) on winning the 2019 Banksia Foundation Award in the Research/Academia category.
The Monash Faculty of Science has been awarded almost $3 million in the latest round of National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) funding announced at the weekend.
Did you know that dinosaurs had shorter days than us?
@MonashUni astrophysicist Rosemary Mardling explains.
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Did you know that some black holes may be born more than twice the size than previously thought? 🔭
An international study involving Monash astronomers identified a stellar black hole with a mass 70 times that of the Sun ☀️ 15 thousand light years from Earth.
According to current stellar evolution, black holes of this mass shouldn't even exist in our galaxy! ✨💫
Discover more at the link in our bio 🔝
Reflecting on 2019... with only a month until o-week what will Semester 1 2020 bring? 🤔💡🌏
@monash_uni Climate Scientist Julie Arblaster is working to understand how the climate around us interacts and changes from day to day, month to month and even century to century.
Full video at the link in our bio! ☀️🌥🌧🌬
"I decided to study science, as I have always had the curiosity to learn about our world; to understand why and how things happen and apply logic and reasoning to solve complex problems."
“Having travelled to many countries and seen so many different environments and animals triggered my interest in Biology, Ecology and Conservation."
Discover Daniel and Rodrigo’s story at the link in our bio!
Did you know that dormant bacteria within extreme environments prolong their survival by breaking down the components of air? 🌬️
A #MonashScience study was able to show for the first time that dormant bacteria can subsist on atmospheric concentrations of carbon monoxide.
While carbon monoxide is toxic 😷 to most organisms, these geothermal microbes don’t just tolerate it, they’re able to thrive on it - redefining our knowledge of the minimal energy requirements necessary to sustain life! 🤯
Discover more via the link in our Bio 🔝