Research

Research

It’s a certain drive to question the answers and go beyond convention that makes research at Monash different. We believe that great research, when properly applied, can lead to lasting and positive change in the world.

Spotlight on COVID-19

Now more than ever, the world depends on researchers and scientists to solve what has become the defining global emergency of our time. Monash researchers are responding to the immediate complex global challenges arising from the pandemic, as well as long-term multidisciplinary solutions across health, economics, policy, technology, environment and society.

More about Monash research

Explore the exciting, groundbreaking research work our faculties are undertaking and learn how you can be part of the Monash research community.

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Superbug impact on the gut

Monash University researchers discover how the bacterial superbug Clostridioides difficile hijacks the gut in order to cause serious and persistent disease.

Medicine & health 25 June 2020

Australian study casts doubt on WHO safe standards of air pollution, showing low levels of pollution are deadly.

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A study of more than 240,000 death has found even low levels of PM2.5, found in air pollution increases risk of death.

Medicine & health 25 June 2020

Monash University scientists uncover pivotal virus structure

Researchers from Monash Biomedicine Discovery Institute (BDI) have revealed the structure of a protein complex that is essential for the poliovirus to replicate.

Medicine & health 19 June 2020

Monash University announces research collaboration with Janssen to tackle coeliac disease

Monash University has signed a multi-year research collaboration with Janssen Biotech, Inc., to advance the understanding of  Coeliac Disease.

Research 17 June 2020
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Turn it up: Researchers optimise air conditioners to prevent drivers losing their cool

Truck drivers globally could soon have access to state-of-the-art temperature control in their cabins that reduces windscreen condensation and improves comfort.

Engineering & technology 16 June 2020
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