Preserving Indigenous languages
A language is said to become extinct when its last native speaker dies. Often that final breath also draws into death the identity ascribed by Indigenous people to their natural world – its plants, animals and landscape.
A flair for international collaboration
With a flair for international collaboration, Sze-yin Tan is advancing clean recycling technologies.
How snow shapes water futures
More than 1.5 billion people rely on ice melt for their water, and at NASA, Kat Bormann, is unlocking critical information about water availability based on snowfall.
Bike helmets a barrier for disabled cyclists
Our mandatory bicycle helmet laws are less than accommodating to those living with a disability.
A dog's Brexit
As Boris Johnson's tactics cause deep rifts within the Conservative Party, the UK faces a Brexit of radical conservatism – and plenty of risks.
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.
Where maths meets markets
Quantitative analysts – 'quants' – play an important role in navigating the complexities of global financial markets.
At what cost kindergarten?
Recent controversy over virtual preschool provision raises broader questions over what priorities and values are driving our education systems.
Christchurch: reaching out across the divide
Some leaders build walls to keep others out and gain by pushing others down, while there are leaders who invite others in, such as NZ Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern.
Changing the story for preschool girls
Conceptual playworlds are turning preschool into a pipeline for female engineers.
Talking 'bout regeneration
For the stem cell researchers at ARMI, one small 'superfish' holds the key to repairing the brain and spinal cord in humans.
Rebuilding Sulawesi after the earthquake
When the human scars of this devastating natural disaster have begun to heal, attention will need to focus on a more resilient built environment.
An eye for the big picture
From his office high above the New York business district, Paul Sheard closely scrutinises the global economy. And he’s never seen anything like what’s unfolding now.
Remembering Sir John Monash
Artist, writer, military man, engineer, lawyer, aesthete, designer and a leader. Former Victorian premier Ted Baillieu regards him as the greatest Australian of all time.
Bridging the gap
The deadly Genoa bridge collapse should serve as a warning that safety audits of our existing infrastructure falls below what's required.
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.
Moving forward by going back to the swamp
The proposed redevelopment of the Arden-Macaulay site as part of Melbourne Metro presents an opportunity to return to the area's watery origins.
Creating safer public spaces for females
It's not just empty laneways and dark corners where girls and women feel threatened.
Time is right for St Kilda Rd rethink
The long-term disruption to Melbourne's grand boulevard presents an opportunity to radically reconsider its potential.
Lessons at the global checkout
Planograms, 3D printers, eye tracking – all research features of Monash University’s Food Innovation Centre
Senior lecturer, Civil Engineering
Senior Lecturer, Civil Engineering
CEO, Monash Food innovation Centre
Senior Lecturer, Politics and International Relations, Faculty of Arts
PhD candidate and teaching associate, Faculty of Law
Senior Lecturer, Civil Engineering
Professor, School of Mathematical Sciences
Research Fellow, Australian Regenerative Medicine Institute
Professor (Research), Early Years Education
Mark Banaszak Holl
Professor and Head, Department of Chemical Engineering
Director, Food & Agriculture Innovation
Associate Professor, Department of Architecture and Director of the XYX Lab
Professor, Department of Architecture, MADA
Professor and Director of research, Australian Regenerative Medicine Institute
Professor, Faculty of Education
Martijn Van der Kamp
Teaching Fellow, Monash Business School