When you look up, how far back in time do you see?
When you look up at the vastness of space you can see hundreds, thousands and even millions of years into the past.
An outdoor gallery that began in the Ice Age
Rock carvings dating back tens of thousands of years provide a window into the deep prehistory of indigenous Australia.
Changing course to prevent sexual assault and protect students
To drive lasting change regarding sexual harassment and assault, greater effort needs to be directed towards preventing these issues from arising in the first place.
In 2018, more than 120 of Monash University’s alumni, staff, former staff and friends were recognised with Australian honours.
Monash research snapshots
Read about the latest research coming out of Monash, from the sustainability of global fisheries to mood based apps fighting depression and more.
Monash in space
Monash alumni are in the vanguard of the new era of space exploration and space technologies that are supporting a global industry now turning over more than US$450 billion a year.
The call of the wild
Humans may be the greatest threat to big-cat species around the world, but Dr Luke Hunter has made it his life’s mission to change that.
The gender politics of Julie Bishop’s resignation
Julie Bishop is not only experienced, but also popular with voters. Why was she overlooked for the PM's job? And what role does her gender play in the recent events?
Five women to watch (and listen to) in Australian hip hop
Australia's thriving hip hop scene is home to a diverse group of emerging female talent. Here's five of the best.
Metal-organic frameworks: a breath of fresh air for gas masks
A global-first collaboration is set to radically overhaul technology that's remained unchanged for more than a century.
Catch of the day: letting the big one get away is the key to protecting all the fish in the sea
Throwing back small fish is being challenged as we learn more about the relationship between fish size and reproductive capacity – or, why the big one should get away.
Anzac Day 2018: Sir John Monash the man ... more than a soldier
By the 1920s, the man after whom Monash University was named was broadly regarded as “the greatest living Australian” .
Arden-Macaulay redevelopment a chance to return to water
The proposed redevelopment of the Arden-Macaulay site as part of Melbourne Metro presents an opportunity to return to the area's watery origins.
How to survive on Mars – a practical guide
Donald Trump may want to send people back to the moon, but what about the practicalities of living on Mars?
If Beazley had become prime minister instead of Rudd, might we have had more stable government?
If Kim Beazley had become PM in 2007, we might have avoided the instability and dysfunction we see today.
Reaching for the stars
Look up into the night sky and you’re unlikely to see an Australian satellite, but that might all be about to change.
What to make of modern medicine's attention to men
Ageing men are seen as an especially lucrative niche sector. Sean MacEnteeWomen have long been subject to intrusive biomedical interventions. And the control that modern medicine exerts over women’s bodies has been the focus of much feminist...
Professor (Research), School of Biological Sciences
Gay Jennifer Breyley
Adjunct Senior Research Fellow, Sir Zelman Cowen School of Music
Lecturer, School of Physics and Astronomy
Senior Lecturer, Monash Indigenous Studies Centre
Associate Professor, Department of Chemical Engineering
Associate Professor, School of Physics and Astronomy
Professor, Department of Architecture, MADA
Professor of Chemistry Education, Faculty of Science
Associate and Deputy Director of Monash GPS (Gender, Peace and Security).
Professor of Sociology