This (non) sporting life
The significance of sport in society, particularly in the current crisis, runs much deeper than merely supporting your favourite team.
Hot Games, cool competitors
Staying cool in the heat of competition will take on a new meaning at the Tokyo Olympic Games.
Handle with care
The nature of Aussie rules means players risk injuries to their hands and wrists serious enough to send them to the emergency department.
Deafening silence: The problem with private boys' schools
Leadership changes might bring quick fixes, but until we address rusted-on cultural practices, toxic masculinity will continue to manifest itself in these "boys' club" environments.
Why women's sport matters
The popularity of women's sport is soaring, and elite-level competitions are gaining more mainstream traction, which sends a positive message for health and wellbeing, despite the trolls.
Dead legs tell knee tales
New research shows that, rather than single-force events, most ACL injuries are the result of continued-use damage that hasn’t repaired quickly enough.
In sport, language matters
We need to have conversations about gendered language and its role in fostering prejudice.
Runnin' down a dream
Number-crunching the winning race time for marathon runners can tell us when the men are likely to break the two-hour barrier. But what about the target barrier for women?
The bumpy road to recovery
A world-first neurological study has found that many athletes are returning to play too soon after suffering concussion.
Gifted educator draws on culture
Kylie Clarke has been a mentor, a teacher, a backpacker and even designed an Indigenous guernsey for the Western Bulldogs. But it took a serious illness to put life into perspective.
How to make our cities safer for women
Australia has guidelines for designing safe parks, but the stories of many women show these are not enough. We must involve women in co-designing these shared public spaces.
Chasing prosperity: doing business in China
Australian businesses looking to crack the lucrative Chinese market will benefit from understanding cultural differences and knowing what Chinese consumers love.
Could artificial intelligence replace judges?
An AI court system isn't a distant dream. “It’s here, it’s happening,” says former chief justice Marilyn Warren.
Associate Professor (Research), Department of Neuroscience
Professor (Research), Central Clinical School
Professor of Media and Communications Studies, and Head of the School of Media, Film and Journalism
Postdoctoral researcher, Department of Nutrition, Dietetics and Food, School of Clinical Sciences, Monash Health
Joanne Caldwell Odgers
Lecturer, Physiology, School of Biomedical Sciences
Ricardo Da Costa
Senior Lecturer, Department of Nutrition, Dietetics & Food, School of Clinical Sciences, Monash Health
Accredited sports dietitian and PhD candidate, Department of Nutrition, Dietetics & Food, School of Clinical Sciences, Monash Health
Lecturer, Department of Occupational Therapy
Dr George Variyan
Lecturer, Globalisation Leadership and Policy, Faculty of Education
PhD candidate, Faculty of Arts
Mark Banaszak Holl
Professor and Head, Department of Chemical Engineering
Associate Professor, Law Research Services
Associate Professor, Department of Economics
Associate Professor, Department of Architecture and Director of the XYX Lab