Discover the latest health news about Swinburne’s research, teaching and student success stories.
Fulbright scholarship takes Dr Shepherd to the USA
Mon 21 Dec 2015
A prestigious scholarship has allowed Dr Shepherd to spend twelve months researching overseas.
Games on tablets transfer to real-life skills
Thu 17 Dec 2015
Research has found that skills kids learn on touchscreen apps can be transferred to real life.
Why people with autism see the world differently
Wed 16 Dec 2015
People who score highly on measures of autism are more likely to concentrate on the details of a visual scene rather than the overall picture.
NAO robots to support paediatric rehab
Tue 15 Dec 2015
A humanoid robot is helping kids with their rehabilitation at the Royal Children's Hospital
Swinburne develops next-generation of condoms
Wed 09 Dec 2015
Researchers are using an innovative hydrogel material to develop an improved condom.
Ditch stocking stuffers and give experiences
Putting your money towards experiences rather than items will spread more holiday cheer, writes psychology lecturer Brad Elphinstone.
ERA 2015: Swinburne continues its rapid rise
Thu 03 Dec 2015
Swinburne's science, technology and innovation focus strongly recognised.
Wed 02 Dec 2015
A groundbreaking imaging technique that pinpoints the source of seizures is changing the lives of some epilepsy sufferers.
Dementia in focus
Swinburne teams have been at the forefront of research assisting carers to understand the skewed and difficult reality that people with dementia face.
Tue 01 Dec 2015
The technique uses magnetoencephalography to read brain activity and locate the source.