Discover the latest health news about Swinburne’s research, teaching and student success stories.
Mood and cognitive effects of curcumin
Wed 05 Oct 2016
The purported medical effects of curcumin have a long history, going back at least to the 18th century.
Why health implants should have open source code
Tue 04 Oct 2016
As medical implants become more common, sophisticated and versatile, understanding the code that runs them is vital.
Wear it well
Sat 01 Oct 2016
Product design engineering alumna creates device that monitors core temperature in real time.
Swinburne computer backs Swans at Grand Final
Wed 28 Sep 2016
The Swinburne Computer has given Sydney a 57 per cent of winning the AFL grand final
How to survive the switch to daylight saving
Tue 27 Sep 2016
Psychology Professor Greg Murray explains how to make a smooth transition to the new time zone.
Instagram and narcissism
Mon 26 Sep 2016
There is a relationship between narcissism and Instagram use, finds a new study.
Barbara Dicker Oration on memory and dementia
Fri 23 Sep 2016
Leading researcher in cognitive neuroscience and memory Dr Michael Rugg shared his insights on age-related changes in the brain and memory.
Measuring aggression in mental health patients
A tool to measure the likelihood of violence in mental health patients is reducing stress for workers.
Finalist in National Disability Awards
Thu 22 Sep 2016
Swinburne’s work in developing software for NAO robots to be therapeutic aids has been recognised.
Seeing epilepsy with surgical precision
Thu 15 Sep 2016
An advanced neuroimaging technique improves severe epilepsy treatment.