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The recent international shift to remote learning has resulted in greater reliance on instructional videos, but it's important these are integrated with learning activities.
Episode 15: My Art Will Go On
So what can you do to save us all from a world without art? In this podcast episode of What Happens Next?, our experts share all their best tips for finding art in new places.
Are 'smart' solutions really that smart?
Should the word apply to an application that’s difficult to use and doesn’t take human needs into account?
Episode 14: Art and Soul
In our last episode, we pondered a world without art and now we hear from two people who push the boundaries in fields you wouldn't normally consider creative.
Episode 10: Ain't That The Truth
Could fake news destroy our democracy? Dr Susan Carland finds out in our first episode in series two of What Happens Next?
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.
Coronavirus and the cybercrime wave
Fear and curiosity is providing fertile ground for cyber criminals to conduct their “business”.
More than numbers: The gender issue in maths
A study highlights the systemic and cultural problems in mathematics departments – and why fewer women than men pursue a career in the field.
Episode 4: Swipe Right For Slavery
Approximately 40 million people worldwide are enslaved in some way. And if you believe your hands are clean, you’re wrong. Listen to the latest podcast.
The summer threat beyond the fires
The peak time for heatwaves in southern Australia hasn't yet arrived. Many parts of Australia can expect heavy rains and flooding, and northern Australia's cyclone season is just gearing up.
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.
It was a dark and stormy night ...
New research is investigating the ingredients that lead to thunderstorms to better predict when they might strike.
Joining the dots
The 'key player' concept is a window into how social networks influence behaviour.
Smart machines, numb humans
Will the rise of algorithmic decision-making and AI threaten the essential elements of being human?
The man who saved the Moon landing
Ultimately, the most famous step in history may never have been taken if it wasn’t for a mission simulation 15 days earlier.
At what cost kindergarten?
Recent controversy over virtual preschool provision raises broader questions over what priorities and values are driving our education systems.
Mission to Mars
A team of Monash students is competing in the 2019 international Mars Rover Challenge with its latest prototype.
Looking back in wonder
When you look up at the vastness of space you can see hundreds, thousands and even millions of years into the past.
The new breed of power rangers
More than one hundred researchers are working together to create electronics in which next to no energy is lost.
Duty of care empowered by a beautiful idea
Everything about the development of CareMonkey shows that a desire to do good can inspire entrepreneurs with the next big idea. Monash Life speaks with CareMonkey's inventor, Troy Westley.
Containing the digital tsunami
As high-speed internet spreads throughout the Pacific, steps are being taken to ensure the islands' cybersecurity.
One fish, two fish, big fish, little fish
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.
Celebrating women in STEM
Four outstanding senior Monash researchers share their stories of struggle and success in STEMM.
Even in the new cryptocurrency world, cash remains king
In 1637, a mania for tulips fanned the world’s first speculative asset bubble. In 2018, Bitcoin looks a lot like this.
Associate Professor of Cybersecurity, Faculty of Information Technology
Professor of climate modelling
Professor, and Director, Monash SensiLab, Faculty of Information Technology
PhD Candidate, Faculty of Education
Associate Professor, School of Physics and Astronomy
Associate Professor, Accounting
Associate Professor of Geology
Senior lecturer, Literary Studies, literary writer and theorist
Artist, Associate Dean, International and Engagement, Director, Monash Art Projects
Director, Bachelor of Global Studies
Australian Laureate Fellow and Professor of Software Engineering
Professor, Communications and Media Studies
Associate Professor of Journalism, School of Media, Film and Journalism
Lecturer, Data Science and Artificial Intelligence
Senior Lecturer in Criminology, School of Social Sciences
Lecturer, Maths Science and Technology
Criminologist, PhD Candidate
Emeritus Professor, School of Earth Atmosphere and Environment
Senior Lecturer, School of Engineering, Malaysia
Lecturer, School of Earth, Atmosphere and Environment
Professor of Economics, and Richard Snape Chair, Department of Economics
Professor, School of Physics and Astronomy
Professor, Faculty of Education
Senior Lecturer, Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
Dean, Faculty of Engineering
Associate Professor, School of Physics and Astronomy
Co-Director of the Monash Centre for Atomically Thin Materials
Professor (Research), School of Biological Sciences
Dean, Faculty of Medicine, Nursing and Health Sciences
Professor of Chemical Engineering
Maria Garcia De La Banda
Professor, Faculty of Information Technology
Professor and Head of the School of Biological Sciences, Faculty of Science
Senior Lecturer, Banking and Finance
Senior lecturer, banking and finance
Associate Professor, Cyber Security and Systems