Discover the latest science news about Swinburne’s research, teaching and student success stories.
Smart cricket ball puts a new spin on bowling
Fri 16 Jun 2017
Professor Franz Fuss and PhD candidate Batdelger Doljin have developed a smart cricket ball that could impact spin bowling in cricket.
A soft touch for mending broken bones
Professor Alan Lau’s combination of a little silk with a biodegradable plastic may be the formula to heal broken bones.
Queen’s Birthday 2017 Honours
Wed 14 Jun 2017
Members of the Swinburne community were recognised in this year’s Queen’s Birthday Honours List.
Research-led innovation takes flight at Swinburne
Swinburne Innovation Precinct pilots Launch Camp program at Design Factory Melbourne.
Swinburne to lead pulsar timing instrument design
Thu 08 Jun 2017
Swinburne researchers awarded $444,263 to design the Square Kilometre Array pulsar timing signal processor.
Swinburne wins two Future Fellowships
Two mid-career astronomy researchers have been awarded Australian Research Council fellowships.
Woman of measure
Dr Leonie Walsh is an advocate for science as a career path for women, saying a multifaceted approach will help attract women.
A rich life
A Swinburne professor of paleobiology hopes to excavate an ancient, buried lake that could be home to undiscovered fossils.
The future has wings
Swinburne professor makes discoveries that have implications for antibiotic-free medical treatments.
Energy and efficiency
A professor at Swinburne has learnt that the key to successful work-life balance lies in extensive time planning.