Protecting transplant patients
Combating a virus that can cause disease and life-threatening transplant complications is the focus of Eureka Prize-winning research.
Change starts at Monash
For over 60 years, our research has changed the world.
Hear from some of Monash University's brightest minds and change makers and get a taste of our recent discoveries, but know that we’re not finished. On the contrary, our work has only just begun.
Drink to that
Getting clean water to natural disaster areas can be difficult, but a simple water filtering device could circumvent the problem.
Booze-soaked sports broadcasting
Footy returns this week, and with it will come an avalanche of alcohol advertising, with little protection for children.
Talk about a breakthrough
A growing school of thought is focusing on the human voice and the vocal cords as the earliest signal of Parkinson’s disease.
Natural-born killers – and curers?
Research into snake venom pivoted from Alzheimer's disease to COVID-19 when the coronavirus reared its head.
What's old is new
Researchers have repurposed existing tools to make a COVID-19 immunity test breakthrough.
Creating safer public spaces for females
It's not just empty laneways and dark corners where girls and women feel threatened.
Combating gender-based violence
Examining the similarities and differences between Australian and Brazilian policies towards gender-based violence.
Nasal spray fat fight hope
A simple nasal spray may help control appetite, burn fat and reduce weight.
Turning plastic into fuel
With China no longer accepting Australian waste, an innovative home-grown solution is planned to turn plastic and used tyres into fuel.
Memories are made of this – or are they?
Although we may think of our memories as a data bank that we can retrieve and play back, the reality is more slippery – particularly in relation to trauma.