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A discovery by Monash University scientists could see humble cotton thread emerge as a core material in low-cost 'lab-on-chip' devices capable of detecting diseases such as kidney failure and diabetes.
Monash University biochemists have found a critical piece in the evolutionary puzzle that explains how life on Earth evolved millions of centuries ago.
A Monash University-led nationwide study into the health beliefs and behaviours of obese people has found that the more severely obese a person is, the less likely they feel they can reduce their weight.
In a world first, a Monash University-led international research team has developed an innovative way to boost the output of the next generation of solar cells.
A world first study by Monash University researchers into the health of families who drink rainwater has found that it is safe to drink.
Last night at the 8th International Conference on Magnesium Alloys and Applications, Australiaâ€™s Dr Mark Easton was announced as the winner of the GKSS Magnesium Research Award.
An innovative diagnostic technique invented by a Monash University researcher could dramatically fast-track the detection of mental and neurological illnesses.
A team of international molecular scientists, led by a Monash University researcher has discovered a new, fast mechanism by which cells communicate change â€“ for example their location during spreading of a cancer in the human body â€“ to adjacent cells.
We've all heard about the damage that reactive oxygen species (ROS) â€“ aka free radicals â€“ can do to our bodies and the sales pitches for antioxidant vitamins, skin creams or "superfoods" that can stop them. In fact, there is considerable scientific evidence that chronic ROS production within cells can contribute to human diseases, including insulin resistance and type 2 diabetes.
An international study involving Monash University mathematician Dr Malcolm Clark has been used to demonstrate the impact of global warming and to predict the effect further warming will have on plant life.
- The deadly nightshade, Atropa Belladonna, which possesses stupefying or poisonous properties.
- A sleeping-potion; a soporific.
- To mutter deliriously.