Associate Professor Mark Davis is leading a research project uncovering blind spots in policy, the efficacy of health campaigns, how narratives shape public responses, and the extent of media coverage on the global crisis of antibiotic resistance.
Gain-of-function (GOF) research can have important public health benefits but also pose serious biosafety and biosecurity risks. The ethical analysis of this GOF Research will better inform public health policy and preparedness for medical countermeasures.
Monash Philosophy Professor Robert Sparrow will address his latest findings in a presentation, “Driverless Cars and Caste: Intelligent transport systems, social status and differential access to mobility”, at the Intelligent Transport Systems Conference in Sydney on Wednesday afternoon.
Monash Human Geography is pleased to be hosting visiting political scientist and business scholar Dr Chris Kutarna from Oxford University, to work on a research project about the politics of international migration.
Earlier this month, Associate Professor Crystal Feimster, a renowned scholar from Yale University and a visiting professor for the Global Connections and Violence Focus program at Monash, gave a remarkable public lecture...