A road more travelled
With many people now house-bound, internet problems that were annoying for typical domestic users have become major impediments to working from home.
Technology and engineering
Renewable energy, transport, plastic waste, AI, cybersecurity and cryptocurrencies ... Monash University researchers are pushing the boundaries of innovation and education to overcome some of the world's biggest challenges.
Professor, Chemical Engineering
Lecturer, Data Science and Artificial Intelligence
Senior Lecturer, Resources Engineering, Department of Civil Engineering
Lead Industrial Designer, Monash Food Innovation Centre
Senior Lecturer, School of Engineering, Malaysia
Professor, Data Science and AI, Faculty of IT
Research Fellow, Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering
Senior Lecturer, Department of Civil Engineering, Monash University
Perfect storm: How fake news can be fatal
The spread of misinformation has striking parallels with the biological pandemic – and it, too, has cost lives.
Vast amounts of satellite data gives us an unprecedented ability to map the extent and severity of fires, but we're not exploiting it – yet.
Getting personal on PT
A research project aims to help Melbourne commuters make more efficient use of the existing road and transport network by tailoring individual journeys.
A new technology for rechargeable batteries overcomes many of the problems with the ones we use today.
Turning e-waste trash into treasure
The World Economic Forum estimates e-waste to be worth US$62.5 billion annually, but only 20 per cent is recycled through appropriate channels.
Changing lives, limb by limb
Mat Bowtell’s free 3D-printed prosthetics have transformed hundreds of lives – and he says it’s only the beginning.
Reframing our future technology fears
Don’t worry, your self-driving car won’t kill you – as long as research focuses on people and society, too.
Nuclear power versus renewables
Is nuclear energy the right technology for the transitioning Australian energy market?