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Digital health projects traverse disciplines to address health inequalities

In this year's inaugural Monash University Malaysia NEED Grant Scheme 2021, the university approved funding for seven digital health strategic projects totalling to more than RM2 million.

Investing in world-class research

We are embarking on a major new initiative in our pursuit of research excellence. In the coming months, we will be recruiting up to 20 early career researchers focusing on seven research priority areas.

Researchers investigate pipes to reduce non-revenue water

A team of academics at Monash University Malaysia are researching the different materials used in piping with respect to their mechanical properties, transportability, corrosion resistance and a host of other criteria. The objective of the research

Metabolic syndrome: Solace and solution through peer-support lifestyle intervention

Researchers at Monash University Malaysia have created "PERSUADE" (PEeR SUpport program for ADults with mEtabolic syndrome), an evidence-based and community-specific nutrition and lifestyle behaviour peer support program for individuals with

Medical or supernatural: Breaking stigma linked to epilepsy

Epilepsy has been viewed as a form of a mysterious supernatural trance. Researchers at Monash University Malaysia have teamed up to explore the possibility of engaging religious institutions as a means to raise awareness and provide education.

Final year student receives The Diana Award

On 1 July 2020, Priyanka Vairavasundaram was honoured with The Diana Award - an award to honour Princess Diana's belief that youths have the power to change the world.

Stairway to success

Final year engineering student, Steven Tan, secures job at Apple.

A world-class university in Malaysia

Every student who graduates from Monash University Malaysia gets a Monash University degree - a degree from a university ranked 55 in the world.

A twist to the 3MT Challenge

Solutions to metal pollution wins Three Minute Thesis (3MT) Challenge conducted virtually.