Discover the latest science news about Swinburne’s research, teaching and student success stories.
Swinburne computer predicts AFLW
Fri 17 Feb 2017
Swinburne’s tipping computer has shifted gears and is now tipping the Women’s Australian Football League.
Martin Bush wins Mike Smith Student Prize
Wed 15 Feb 2017
Mr Bush has been awarded the 2016 Mike Smith Student Prize by the Australian Academy of Science.
Baby galaxies light up the Universe
Mon 13 Feb 2017
Baby galaxies provide a cosmic magnifying glass, lighting up the Universe with their combined light.
Black holes are even stranger than you can imagine
Fri 10 Feb 2017
Professor Alister Graham discusses the mysteriousness of black holes.
Deeper, Wider, Faster astronomy program
Thu 09 Feb 2017
A collaboration of telescopes from around the world and in space has been searching for the fastest explosions in the Universe.
Destroying embryos within 14 days limits advances
Mon 30 Jan 2017
Stem-cell scientists have to work within many limitations placed on their research.
Demand for Swinburne courses soars in 2017
Wed 18 Jan 2017
More students are choosing to study at Swinburne, with main round VTAC offers now released.
Galaxy murder mystery
Tue 17 Jan 2017
A team of astronomers have uncovered why galaxies are dying early.
8 space reasons to look up in 2017
Tue 03 Jan 2017
From meteor showers to space missions, Dr Alan Duffy explains what outer space will bring us in 2017.
2016: the year in space and astronomy
Wed 28 Dec 2016
Swinburne astronomers discuss the top astrophysics achievements in 2016.