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Coronavirus-induced panic buying fuelled Australians to vent on Twitter in large numbers, study findsResearch by Monash University examined nearly three million tweets across six countries to show trends in public attitudes in the first four months of the year.
Monash University O-week Zoom chat turns frosty over job cuts and remote learningSome students weren't happy with the university's response to a Zoom participant raising concerns about quality of education amid job cuts and remote learning.
Australian experts develop immunity test for coronavirusResearchers at Monash University and Alfred Health have developed a rapid test to determine a person's immunity to COVID-19.
Men's biological clock ticks too: IVF study shows success halves by age 50Monash University research finds male fertility sharply declines at 40, affecting IVF success irrespective of the age of the woman.
Australia's Monash to open Indonesia's first foreign university campusMonash University has won approval to set up the first foreign university campus in Indonesia, the Australian institution said on Monday, as Southeast Asia's biggest economy moves to free up areas of..
He ‘fell in love with Oz’Ray Nichols – a Rhodes scholar, professor and head of the department of politics at Monash University, and a lively contributor to public affairs – has died aged 81.
Brother No 2 - second in charge to Pol Pot in Kymer RougeChea appeared to be more personally impactful than some other prominent figures in the movement, said David Chandler, a leading historian of Cambodia and the Khmer Rouge emeritus professor of history..