January 26: Reimagining Australia Day
A day that is meant to bring everyone together to reflect on national identity, draws us down a dark alley of division.
Why two people see the same thing but have different memories
We all know memory isn’t perfect, but how different people focus their attention on an event will affect what they remember.
Endometriosis, women’s health and the ‘hysteria myth’
Clinicians need the training and support to provide comprehensive healthcare for women with endometriosis.
Clive Palmer has a Trump-style slogan, but is no sure bet to return to parliament
Clive Palmer believes he can recapture the magic that saw him elected to Parliament in 2013, but what his new party – and others on the right – needs is more discipline.
Inside us, bacteriophages fight a never-ending war on bacteria
Never heard of bacteriophages? They're the most abundant biological entity on the planet, and play a vital role in keeping us alive.
How the neuroscience of memory failure may prevent fatal distraction
The neuroscience of memory failure is playing a role in the Victorian government's campaign to prevent children being mistakenly left in hot cars.
Professor of History
Associate Dean (Indigenous), MADA
Graeme Davison AO
Emeritus Sir John Monash Distinguished Professor
Pro Vice-Chancellor (Indigenous), Education
Postdoctoral Research Officer – Cognitive Neurology Laboratory
Research Fellow, School of Public Health and Preventive Medicine
Associate Professor, Law Resources
Senior Lecturer, School of Social Sciences
Margaret Gardner AO
President and Vice-Chancellor, Monash University
Research Fellow, School of Biological Sciences
Associate Professor, Psychology