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gravitational-waves

Scientists develop new method for detecting black hole mergers

Every year, 2 million black hole mergers are missed – but now scientists have worked out how to detect them, revealing a lost 8 billion light years of universe evolution.

Physics and Astronomy 19 June, 2020
Batteries

International Monash, India, and Deakin research collaboration pioneers batteries of the future

A new study has shown for the first time how inexpensive materials can be used in high performance batteries of the future.

15 June, 2020

Monash School of Mathematics joins global risk professionals network

A global risk professionals network has endorsed Monash University as a leading education provider in financial risk management through the University’s Master of Financial Mathematics program.

Mathematics 2 June, 2020

Astronomers capture a pulsar ‘powering up’

A Monash-University-led collaboration has, for the first time, observed the full, 12-day process of material spiralling into a distant neutron star, triggering an X-ray outburst thousands of times brighter than our Sun.

Physics and Astronomy 2 June, 2020
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ANU joins MATRIX partnership

The Mathematical Research Institute  Mathematics 1 June, 2020

Brain

Scientists show physics can be applied to understand the mystery of consciousness

An international study involving Monash physicists has confirmed a new approach to measure consciousness, potentially changing our understanding complex neurological problems.

Physics and Astronomy 25 May, 2020
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Monash Science awarded more than $1million for world-leading research

Monash Science researchers from the Schools of Chemistry, and Earth, Atmosphere and Environment have collectively been awarded $1,066,000 in the latest announcement of Australian Research Council (ARC) Linkage Grants.

Research 22 May, 2020

Splitting quasiparticles with temperature: the fate of an impurity within a BEC

A new theoretical study at Monash University has improved our understanding of the interplay between quantum and thermal fluctuations (or excitations) in quantum matter.

Physics and Astronomy 14 May, 2020
ammonia

Monash chemists develop a roadmap for the new ammonia economy

With the race to find cheap, efficient, non-polluting ways of generating and storing hydrogen Monash chemists have now outlined a new roadmap for the new ‘ammonia economy’.

Chemistry 12 May, 2020