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Latest ARC research grants

Funding is the lifeblood of academic research and the Australian Research Council (ARC) late last week announced the Linkage Project grants, Discovery Early Career Researcher Awards and the Future Fellowship grants. Monash University and the University of Melbourne were awarded ...

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Australia’s first student-built, driverless car

It’s taken three years to make and Australia’s first student-built, fully autonomous race car – the M19-D – displayed its capabilities on Open Day at Monash University’s Clayton campus. Showcasing the latest in driverless automotive technology, including “complex environment perception ...

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The catch 22 of university content warnings

Where trigger and content warnings are becoming increasingly institutionalised in the United States, they've been slow to catch hold in Australia (despite what conservative opinion pieces may suggest). Monash was the first university to introduce a policy in 2017, and ...

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Monash exhibits the humblest of objects

Could February be the month of lunchboxes? Last week, the ABC published an investigation of their contents in wealthier and poorer Melbourne suburbs. While, by comparing Oreos packed in Broadmeadows to carrot sticks lovingly placed in Brighton, it invited food-shaming, ...

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Breakfast myth could be toast

‘Breakfast is the most important meal of the day.’ It’s one of the most commons pieces of nutritional advice people shill out unprovoked, but they might be leading dieters astray. A new review, published in the BMJ, has revealed daily ...

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