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COVID-19: Adapting operations in light of pandemic

We are ensuring that our students' education can continue, while adhering to government requirements.

Report finds concerns with access to fair trials in Malaysia death penalty cases

Report launched by Monash University, in partnership with Harm Reduction International and the Anti-Death Penalty Asia Network, questions the fair trial standards afforded to people currently sentenced to the death penalty in Malaysia.

A novel definition of cardiac states

A team of researchers led by Associate Professor Lan Boon Leong discover that the cardiac state flickers between near normal and near atrial fibrillation as the tipping point is approached.

Groundwork for vaccination

It is vital that Malaysia spends this time to prepare for mass vaccination of the public.

COVID-19 and the vulnerability of migrant workers to forced labour trafficking

Priya Sharma shares how the constructed definition of ‘trafficking in person’ under the Anti-Trafficking In Person and Anti-Smuggling of Migrants Act 2007 (ATIPASMA) impacts migrant workers trapped in forced labour situations.

Student Compassionate and Hardship Package

We have created a Monash University Malaysia Compassionate and Hardship Package for eligible students (local and international) affected by the COVID-19 situation.

Anti-parasitic drug eliminates SARS-CoV2 within 48 hours

Monash scientists prove that an already available anti-parasitic drug, Ivermectin, can kill the virus within 48 hours.

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.

New insights into evolutionary past uncovered

The study will help identify the susceptibility of different populations to disease.