Discover the latest health news about Swinburne’s research, teaching and student success stories.
Swinburne's Living Lab awarded membership
Tue 24 May 2016
The Future Self and Design Living Lab has joined the European Network of Living Labs.
Healthcare industry innovator returns to Swinburne
Mon 23 May 2016
MedCorp Technologies will join Swinburne’s Innovation Precinct.
Erectile dysfunction often has a psychological basis
Wed 11 May 2016
Associate Professor Roger Cook explores the psychological origins of erectile dysfunction.
Swinburne and India address health issues
Fri 06 May 2016
Neuroscience researchers from Swinburne will work closely with India on innovative health projects.
Can a healthy heart protect against dementia?
Tue 03 May 2016
Researchers examine whether following a set of healthy heart guidelines helps protect the brain.
Is online therapy as good as talking face-to-face with a clinician?
Fri 22 Apr 2016
While technology is not always a replacement, it can offer increased choice and flexibility.
Childhood and the touchscreen revolution
Swinburne’s Babylab is exploring the way children interact with touchscreen computers.
Bacteria and fungi are your foody friends
Professor Enzo Palombo outlines the biological activity involved in some of our favourite foods.
Robots can help young patients engage in rehab
Mon 11 Apr 2016
The advent of social robots is giving rise to new possibilities in paediatric health care. But will they replace human specialists?
The cognitive benefits of spice
Fri 08 Apr 2016
Scientists are investigating the health properties of a popular ingredient in a much-loved cuisine