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Internet infrastructure under significant pressure

Researchers at Monash Business School have created a Global Internet Pressure map that measures the strain COVID-19 is putting on internet infrastructure.

The pursuit of happiness

Dr Grace Lee turns to World Values Survey to uncover the reasons behind the decline in Malaysians' happiness.

Rein in your wandering mind

Master's student Alexander Clarke and Dr Eugene Tee launched their book 'Mindfulness and Emotions: Understanding Your Mind and the Benefits of Being Present’ on 12 April 2019.

Eliminating Waste: One step at a time

Dr Karim Bettache, lecturer at the Department of Psychology provides an insight into human behaviour, and how to change it.

Can modern medicine interact with traditional herbal medicine?

Professor Gan states that herbal medicines contain active and potent constituents just like modern medicines, which may cause some side effects.

Developing a passion for neuroscience

Bachelor of Medical Biosciences alumnus, Muhammad Kaiser Abdul Karim, is set to make waves in the field of neuroscience.

Revitalising the Arts and Social Sciences

As the new Head of School, Professor Helen Nesadurai will continue to take steps toward bridging the gap between academia and industry.

Act like an ambivert to be an effective leader

Professor Karl Moore was here recently to speak on the topic of ‘Introverts and Extroverts as Great Leaders’.

Shedding light on autism

The International Symposium on Autism 2017, which was organised by the Brain Research Institute Monash Sunway (BRIMS) at Monash University Malaysia, brought together experts in autism who shed light on the disorder.