News about the latest in technology related research, teaching and student success stories from Swinburne.
Should university lectures be recorded?
Fri 22 Sep 2017
Study provides insights into how and why students and lecturers engage with lecture recordings.
Reviewing safety risks in EV battery packaging design
Thu 14 Sep 2017
Swinburne PhD candidate wins Sir George Julius medal for electric vehicle battery packaging design review.
Three reasons why pacemakers are vulnerable to hacking
Mon 04 Sep 2017
Embedded medical devices will continue to be vulnerable to cybersecurity threats, says Swinburne's James Hamlyn Harris.
Quitch app wins higher education award
Thu 31 Aug 2017
A learning app developed at Swinburne took out the education technology category in the Australian Financial Review Higher Education Awards.
Swinburne contributes to breakthrough 3D bioprinting
Wed 30 Aug 2017
Swinburne PhD candidate develops method to feed cells implanted into body through 3D printing.
Innovative approach to 3D concrete printing recognised
Tue 29 Aug 2017
Swinburne researchers recognised for leadership and innovative approach to emerging field
OzStar aids search for gravitational waves
Fri 18 Aug 2017
A new $4 million supercomputer based at Swinburne will help in the search for gravitational waves.
$135 million grant for Factory of the Future
Wed 16 Aug 2017
Siemens has awarded a record $135 million industrial software grant to Swinburne.
ANZAAS medal for Professor Tom Spurling
Tue 15 Aug 2017
Professor Tom Spurling AM has been honoured for his scientific career spanning more than 55 years.
Bacteria busters shortlisted for Eureka Prize
Mon 14 Aug 2017
Swinburne researchers recognised for developing a new weapon in the fight against antibiotic resistant bacteria.