The challenge to make science interesting for the next generation is one uphill battle that requires coherent thinking in order to succeed.
In Malaysia, the Monash campus is pioneering a vision of innovation based on meaningful involvement with the surrounding community and the wider Southeast Asian region.
All eight inventions of Monash Malaysia researchers received awards at International Invention, Innovation & Technology Exhibition (ITEX) 2018.
The Genomics and Bioinformatics program is a three-year course that will expose students to the infinite possibilities that come from learning about genes and genomes through bioinformatics analyses.
Thirty female Monash alumni were given the coveted opportunity to be mentored by some of Malaysia’s most influential figures under the Women Who Thrive (WWT) workshop, a three-part program by Thrive.
Recent study by PhD candidate,Urszula Krzeminska, indicates the possibility that Malaysian and Singaporean house crows may have traveled to these countries from Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, or beyond.
An international team of researchers and aboriginal collaborators publish ‘A Genomic History of Aboriginal Australia’ in Nature.
The week-long event provided a platform for student and staff to showcase their capabilities, as well as to engage with the industry and the wider community.
The School of Science together with Malaysian Biotechnology Information Center (MABIC) and Kuen Cheng High School organised a full-day Carnival to provide insights to students in the field of science.