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Research unlocks potential to revolutionise construction waste recycling

Environment - Mar 22

Office of the Interim Vice-President (Strategy & Major Projects) & Vice-Chancellor's Chief of Staff. Office of the Interim Vice-President (Strategy & Major Projects) & Vice-Chancellor's Chief of Staff There was no time to waste as researchers trawled through skip bins across Melbourne construction sites, capturing hundreds of photos of materials destined for landfill.

Environment - Mar 22

Research unlocks potential to revolutionise construction waste recycling

Office of the Interim Vice-President (Strategy & Major Projects) & Vice-Chancellor's Chief of Staff.

Monash experts help decode Chinese text at Ballarat library

Monash University experts are set to embark on a groundbreaking translation project centred around the works of esteemed Chinese scholar and cultural critic, Zhu Dake.

Politics - Mar 12

Convicts brought back to life in digital exhibition in Tasmania

Thousands of English, Scottish, Welsh and Irish convicts transported to Australia, as well as people resisting colonial invasion and forced into the convict system, will be brought back to life in a first-of-its kind digit

Environment - Mar 7

Short-term exposure to high levels of air pollution kills 1m globally every year

Every year, more than one million deaths globally occur because of exposure to short-term (hours to days) fine particulate matter (PM2.5) in air pollution, according to a new report, with East

Psychology - Feb 26

New research highlights long-term mental health benefits of school belonging

Psychology

School belonging, characterised by positive affect towards school, strong relationships with teachers, and feeling socially valued, has long been asso

Health - Feb 20

Monash to lead Australian revolution in next generation heart devices

Monash University is to lead a transdisciplinary consortium to develop and commercialise a suite of revolutionary and life-changing implantable cardiac devices that, for the first time, will offer longer term solutions for all types of debilitating heart failure.

Health - Feb 6

World-first discovery may enable an effective long-term lupus treatment

Australian researchers have worked out how to fix a defect that causes lupus, and hope their world-first discovery will offer effective long-term treatment.

Pharmacology - Mar 14

Participants needed for study of promising drug for hand osteoarthritis

Patients with painful hand osteoarthritis are needed to test an existing drug that showed promising results in a trial led by Monash University and Alfred Health.

Pharmacology - Mar 14

Participants needed for study of promising drug for hand osteoarthritis

Patients with painful hand osteoarthritis are needed to test an existing drug that showed promising results in a trial led by Monash University and Alfred Health.

Health - Mar 7

Australia commits $3 million to assist in the elimination of dengue fever in Laos

Monash University's World Mosquito Program (WMP) has received significant funding from the Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade to fund research to manage the spread of mosquito-borne diseases in Laos.

Campus - Mar 1

Monash University signs the first agreement of its kind with the European University Institute (EUI)

Monash University and the Monash University European Research Foundation have signed a new Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the European University Institute (EUI).

Monash University statement on release of Federal Government Action Plan Addressing Gendered Violence in Higher Education

Monash University's Vice-Chancellor and President Professor Sharon Pickering has been a leading voice on making Australia's universities safe places to learn and work.

Pharmacology - Feb 16

Ultrasound jolts lazy sperm to life, offering hope in male infertility

Exposing "lazy" human sperm to ultrasound can increase their swimming activity more than three-fold and improve the success rate of assisted reproduction, a new study has found.

Health - Feb 5

Innovative modelling may help breast cancer patients who don't respond to treatment

Monash University-led research is using maths to predict how new combination therapies can help patients with breast cancer who no longer respond to conventional therapies.



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