News about the latest in technology related research, teaching and student success stories from Swinburne.
‘Controlled sun’ could lead to better processing of Australia’s mineral exports
Wed 21 May 2014
A newly built 'controlled sun' has the potential to produce Australia's ores more efficiently
Swinburne creates online clinic for IBD sufferers
Mon 19 May 2014
A new online service has been developed to offer psychologically-focused treatment programs for people with inflammatory bowel disease.
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.
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.
Industry head start for Swinburne IT graduates
Tue 06 May 2014
The launch of a new graduate program will enable Swinburne graduates to make headway in the highly competitive IT industry.
Is Facebook finally taking anonymity seriously?
Swinburne PhD student Emily van der Nagel co-writes an article, questioning whether Facebook is finally taking anonymity seriously.
New innovation in food safety testing
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.