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Sexual reproduction: sometimes it’s just not worth the effort, study finds

Why do most plants and animals engage in sexual reproduction?

Biology 11 February, 2020
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Grey seals discovered clapping underwater to communicate

Marine mammals like whales and seals usually communicate vocally using calls and whistles.

Biology 3 February, 2020
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Spectroscopy goes viral

The Monash Scientists at the centre of the ground-breaking work using spectroscopy technology to detect malaria have expanded their research to show for the first time the same principles could be applied to diagnose the hepatitis B and C viruses

Chemistry 30 January, 2020
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Hidden past of Earth’s oldest continents unearthed

New international research involving Monash University geologists presents a novel way to understand the structure and formation of our oldest continents.

Earth Atmosphere and Environment 28 January, 2020
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Monash Science awarded more than $2.5 million to build on world-class infrastructure for research

Monash Science has been awarded more than half of the $3.9 million awarded to Monash University by the Australian Research

Science 21 January, 2020
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Monash Science awarded almost $3 million in latest round of NHMRC funding

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.

Science 9 December, 2019
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Science researchers help propel Monash to top position nationally for Australian Research Council (ARC) Discovery Projects funding

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.

Science 4 December, 2019
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Stellar black holes much bigger than previously thought, study finds

An international study involving Monash astronomers has discovered for the first time that some black holes may be born more than twice the size than previously thought.

Physics and Astronomy 28 November, 2019
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Controlling the charge state of organic molecule quantum dots in a 2d nanoarray

A Monash University study has fabricated a self-assembled, carbon-based nanofilm where the charge state (ie, electronically neutral or positive) can be controlled at the level of individual molecules, on a length scale of around one nanometre.

Physics and Astronomy 20 November, 2019