More Research To Improve Survival Rates For Cancer The Andrews Labor Government is helping Victoria’s best and brightest researchers discover new breakthroughs in cancer prevention, treatment and care. Minister for Health Martin Foley today announced the 21 recipients from the Victorian Cancer Agency’s latest grants round, who will share in more than $10 million in […]
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Written by Hodan Omaar (Centre for Data Innovation) ‘5Q’s for Erica Tandori, an Artist, Researcher, and Academic at Monash University‘ The Center for Data innovation spoke with Erica Tandori, an artist in residence at Monash University in Australia, who has low vision and is using AI to create multi-sensory art experiences that showcase the wonders […]
Placing microscopic life into people’s hands. Dr Erica Tandori, a legally blind artist, is working with biomedical researchers to scale up microscopic life and place it, literally, into people’s hands. Dr Erica Tandori may be legally blind, but as an artist she’s honed her skills to help people experience and touch the invisible world of […]
Congratulations to all of our researchers who have been recognised in the 2020 Highly Cited Researchers list. The highly anticipated annual list identifies researchers who demonstrate significant influence in their chosen field or fields through the publication of multiple highly cited papers during the last decade. Their names are drawn from the publications that rank […]
Monash University was the most successful institution in Australia in the 2020 Australian Research Council (ARC) Discovery Projects Scheme (DP21) with more than 22% of the Monash funding awarded to Monash Biomedicine Discovery Institute (BDI) researchers. Monash BDI researchers have been awarded more than $8 million of the $35.6 million awarded to Monash – playing […]