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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.
Monash University was the most successful institution in Australia for ARC Discovery Project grants announced today with almost a quarter of the funding awarded to Faculty of Science researchers.
The status of Australian snakes and lizards has deteriorated significantly over the past two decades, with the number of species assessed as threatened nearly doubling from 1993 to 2017.
RT @RosGleadow: One of my grandsons made a website for kids, to tell them about climate change. 100% his idea + bit of help from @lucindaha…
Are you Australia’s next top science communicator?
Think you can explain a scientific concept to a general audience… https://t.co/83KVwptbEp
#MonashScience's @CavalloDelMare and @SonSanchez9 find Phillip Island’s little penguins have been snacking on a sur… https://t.co/ILhPtnUgzi
RT @j_a_nash: At the launch of #SWANatMonash - the STEMM Women Academic Network - strong commitment by @MonashUni for gender equity. https:…
“My dad was a huge factor in fuelling my love for the Sciences. He showed us the beauty of science through many exc… https://t.co/HS9CRIpBid
“Ever since watching the Nickelodeon show, ‘Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius’, I fell in love with the idea of being an inventor. My dad was also a huge factor in fuelling my love for the sciences. He was a civil and software engineer who showed us the beauty of science through many excursions to the zoo and science exhibits at museums.”
Discover Anisha’s story at the link in our bio!
What a small world 🌍 Dr Susie Ho bumped into #MonashScience alumna Aliya at the @unitednations #COP25 in Madrid. Aliya studied waste and environmental monitoring at Monash and is now working in waste and mangrove health in Dubai. It’s great to see our @monashalumni creating change around the globe! 🙌🏼🙌🏼🙌🏼
#MonashScience change agents Morgan Rossiter, Dr Susie Ho, Dickson Ho and Peter Lusis on day 3 of the @unitednations Climate Change Conference #MonashCOP25 #COP25
#ScienceSunday - Did you know that the melting of rocks within the Earth’s continental crust occurs in ‘pulses’? 🔥
A Monash led international study found that periods of intensive crustal heating occurs every 10 or 15 million years at the active continental margin. 🤔📆 “This process is unique to Earth 🌏 and one more piece of the puzzle that explains why our planet is so different in appearance to others out there,” said study co-author Associate Professor Oliver Nebel.
Read more via the link in our Bio 🔝
"It was really interesting and I gained some really important experience and commercial knowledge from my internship which I hadn't gained from my science degree.”
Thanks for sharing your experience and advice with us on our story Charlie! 🔝
Learn how you can study a #MonashScience Internship Unit at the link in our bio and get some work experience in science before you've even finished your degree! 🙌🏼