Discover the latest business news about Swinburne’s research, teaching and student success stories.
A guiding hand for Swinburne startups
Mon 06 May 2019
A former Silicon Valley chief technical officer, Dr Elicia Wong, is inviting entrepreneurs to Melbourne to mentor the teams behind Swinburne start-ups.
Tech tracking for the next big thing
Tue 30 Apr 2019
A Swinburne team is analysing text data from Australia’s patent office to predict the evolution of technologies.
It’s the luxuries that give it away
Mon 29 Apr 2019
Data from 32 high-income and emerging economies show a strong correlation between luxury item expenditure and societal corruption.
Giving back with chocolate
Wed 17 Apr 2019
Serial entrepreneur Cyan Ta’eed is helping tackle some big issues in the cocoa industry with her handmade, ethical chocolate.
Many Australians think real leadership is lacking
Findings from the Australian Leadership Index shows that many Australians have little faith in the leadership of the nation’s political parties.
Three years in, is the AFLW kicking goals?
Tue 16 Apr 2019
Adam Karg discusses what the overall scorecard is for the AFLW as a competition and how its success should be measured.
Swinburne and Microsoft employability pilot
Mon 15 Apr 2019
In an employability skills program pilot, Microsoft trialled workshops at Swinburne to help students enhance their employability prospects.
FinTech and the future of financial services
Fri 12 Apr 2019
Industry experts explain how blockchain, data and artificial intelligence are disrupting the landscape of the financial services sector.
From art director to gin distiller
Thu 11 Apr 2019
After an international career, graphic design alumni Brad Wilson’s is living local, running a gin distillery in Melbourne.
Why benefits of a cashless society may be overrated
Thu 21 Mar 2019
As nations make plans to become cashless societies, it’s timely to consider the pros and cons of cashless payments.