Understanding consciousness in the human brain
An interdisciplinary project aims to unlock one of the world's greatest mysteries, and potentially advance our understanding of machine learning.
The natural science behind applied behaviour analysis
The natural science approach of ABA has applications far beyond treating autism.
Divide and conquer: understanding the role of sacred values
A better understanding of our deep emotional attachment to sacredness could help resolve deadlocks in long-running and seemingly intractable conflicts.
Joanne Lao’s marketing degree propelled her into one of the world’s biggest global advertising groups, where she’s chief executive of Greater China operations.
Changing the world, one veggie patch at a time
Fabian Capomolla believes you can feed the soul, not just the body, when food is grown with love.
Where the heart is
When it comes to people’s homes, neither Di Winkler nor Dan McKenna are prepared to accept the status quo. They're challenging traditional housing models for a greater social good.
Building more flexible barriers to save lives on our country roads
Flexible road barriers are being rolled out on high-risk Victorian roads after research showed they eliminated up to 90 per cent of fatal and serious crashes.
Bioethics, infectious diseases and the battle between good and evil
Sometimes, improving public health can mean infringing on people’s rights and compromising their interests.
Friday the 13th: why are we worried?
It's just another day, right? So why is there so much superstition surrounding it?
LGBTIQ centre: A lesson in building pride one step, and brick, at a time
Bringing together key members of the LGBTIQ community was critical to discovering what they wanted the Pride Centre to be and helped guide its design principle.
Making sense of what is going on in the world, with a guiding hand from Marcel Gauchet
All the framework used to make sense of the world's problems no longer seems to account for what we experience today.
Spontaneous thought and the mysteries of the wandering mind
Spontaneous thought takes up a large part of our waking consciousness, but that doesn't mean it's bad – it just depends on when you do it.
No one-size-fits-all approach in tackling cyberbullying
In the wake of Amy "Dolly" Everett's suicide, a more proactive, comprehensive approach is needed to tackle youth mental health challenges.
South Africa's 'Cape Crusaders', the politics of rugby and historical amnesia
South Africans supporting visiting NZ Zealand rugby teams took root as an expression of defiance against apartheid.
Whose profit? Why bioethics needs a global perspective
While it is multi-disciplinary in perspective, in practice the field is dominated by moral philosophy, a discipline concerned with articulating and defending the rights and wrongs of behaviours
Assistant lecturer, XYX Space Gender and Communication Lab
Deputy Head of Art Design and Architecture (MADA) Design Department
Deputy director of Monash University’s European and EU Centre
Associate Professor, Philosophy, School of Philosophical, Historical & International Studies
Associate Professor, Monash Institute of Cognitive and Clinical Neurosciences
Professor, School of Philosophical, Historical and International Studies
ARC Future Fellow, School of Physics and Astronomy
Professor, School of Electrical and Computer Systems Engineering
Senior Lecturer, Education Psychology Activities
Senior Research Fellow at Monash University Accident Research Centre
Professor, Monash Bioethics Centre
Professor of Psychology, Monash Institute of Cognitive and Clinical Neurosciences
Associate Professor, School of Mathematical Sciences
Professor of Philosophy, School of Philosophical, Historical and International Studies
Senior Lecturer, Department of Architecture and Director of the XYX Lab
Lecturer, School of Philosophical, Historical and International Studies, Faculty of Arts
Professor of Sociology