News about the latest in technology related research, teaching and student success stories from Swinburne.
A guide to kids educational apps
Wed 17 Jun 2015
Since the introduction of the iPad only five years ago, 80,000 kids apps have flooded the market and many of them are labelled 'educational'.
Electric vehicle projects at Swinburne
Mon 25 May 2015
Swinburne's Dr Clint Steele discusses some of the student EV projects at the university.
Table-top extreme UV laser system heralds imaging at the nanoscale
Swinburne researchers have developed a cost-effective alternative for generating bright beams of extreme UV radiation suitable for nanoscale imaging.
An education for the 21st century means teaching coding in schools
Thu 21 May 2015
Computer programming is a necessary way of introducing students to the concepts of harnessing data, information & knowledge writes Professor Leon Sterling.
Laser technique for low-cost self-assembly of nanostructures
Tue 19 May 2015
Researchers have developed a low-cost technique that holds promise for a range of scientific and technological applications.
Unique facility opens for testing built structures
Fri 08 May 2015
Swinburne has developed cutting-edge technology to test the integrity of new materials and structures.
Australia’s transitioning economy and the myth of digital disruption
How widespread are the new digital technologies that sustain and extend existing business models?
How changing our bank account numbering system will be a win for customers
Fri 01 May 2015
Swinburne Postdoctoral Research Fellow Rob Nicholls explains why changing bank account details in Australia is currently very difficult.
Who bears the cost when your Uber or Airbnb turns bad?
Mon 27 Apr 2015
Swinburne Research Fellow Rob Nicholls discusses some of the legal issues associated with shared services.
Introducing schoolchildren to the world of robots
Students will have the opportunity to interact with and program NAO, the worlds most widely used humanoid robot for research and education.