Discover the latest science news about Swinburne’s research, teaching and student success stories.
Universe breaks its 'fever'
Mon 19 May 2014
Researchers have found evidence that the Universe broke its rising 'fever' about 11 billion years ago.
Jupiter’s Great Red Spot shrinking
Fri 16 May 2014
NASA has revealed that the Great Red Spot on Jupiter has shrunk to its smallest size ever and astronomers are unsure why.
Indian innovation champion Dr Ramesh Mashelkar visits Swinburne
Thu 15 May 2014
Eminent engineering scientist Dr Ramesh Mashelkar visited Swinburne to discuss engagement with India.
Reaching for the stars in Australia
Tue 13 May 2014
Astronomer Alan Duffy has found amazing star-gazing opportunities after moving to Australia from Northern Ireland.
The state of Australia: science innovation and research
Mon 12 May 2014
In the lead up to the budget, Professor Matthew Bailes looks at science innovation and research in Australia.
Graphene photonics breakthrough promises fast-speed, low-cost communications
Fri 09 May 2014
Swinburne researchers have developed a high-quality continuous graphene oxide thin film that shows potential for ultrafast telecommunications.
Most accurate recreation of the Universe created
Thu 08 May 2014
Dr Duffy explains that this research demonstrates our basic picture of the Universe dominated by dark matter and dark energy is correct.
New innovation in food safety testing
Tue 06 May 2014
Swinburne researchers have developed a new technique for detecting Listeria contamination in food.
Cyber security student challenge
Mon 05 May 2014
Students demonstrate their cyber knowledge in a real-life scenario in a national 24-hour competition.
First measurement of a day on alien planet
Thu 01 May 2014
The first measurement of a day on an exoplanet may confirm a pattern in the way planets spin in Solar Systems.