Media juggernaut Instagram conquered the social media space after being acquired by Facebook in 2012. Now Instagram is setting its sights on challenging YouTube’s bread and butter – video. ADHEESHA DE SILVA reports.
Monash student Daniel Simson was diagnosed with stage three testicular cancer almost two months ago. As he deals with chemotherapy, his girlfriend Matilda is trying to end the stigma that surrounds the disease.ANDREA THIIS-EVENSEN reports.
Scientists in the US have caused a stir with claims that human trials for a hangover cure pill may begin in the next year, but Australian experts are sceptical. NELLIE O’SHEA CARRE reports
Belgium and the Netherlands have banned controversial loot boxes in some video games, due to concerns of gambling, but Australian governments are yet to take action. LUCY MAJSTOROVIC reports.
Australia’s electricity sector is facing complex challenges and rapid transformation. In the third of a series of four articles, David McAlpine explores the work of Monash University researchers who are at the cutting edge of shaping the electricity grid of the future.
It’s the leading cause of death in Americans under 50, and now the deadliest drug crisis in US history is making its way Down Under. KIM SCHROER reports
Festival-goers think that pill-testing is an important way to reduce harm from drugs, according to a recent survey. HANNAH TRZCINSKI reports.
The online movement #DeleteFacebook has a mixed response from Monash University students, despite a long list of public figures choosing to delete their Facebook accounts. ANDREA THIIS-EVENSEN reports.
Mojo News kicks off a multi-part Lupus Awareness Month series uncovering the experiences of some of the sufferers. DAVID BONADDIO, who also lives with lupus, has this report for Mojo News.
With “Asian flush” affecting one in three Asians, some have taken to acid reflux pills to prevent this, but is it safe? LAUREN CHOO reports