News about the latest in technology related research, teaching and student success stories from Swinburne.
Swinburne computer predicts 2014 AFL results
Tue 11 Mar 2014
Swinburne's Emeritus Professor Stephen Clarke has used the Swinburne Computer to predict the 2014 AFL results.
Getting local government to embrace social media
Fri 07 Mar 2014
Despite public support for government use of interactive technologies, fear and uncertainty are hindering local government from making the shift to social m
Australia's first solar electric hybrid sports car
Thu 06 Mar 2014
Swinburne students involved in Australia's first solar electric hybrid sports car being developed in Melbourne.
Sound waves are skimming the fat from the milk
Tue 04 Mar 2014
A Swinburne team is exploring new milk separation processes that could help revolutionise Australia’s dairy industry.
Game-based mobile learning may lead towards reducing the carbon footprint
Swinburne University will lead a three and a half year project that aims to educate people to work collaboratively to adopt low carbon solutions.
Unlocking the genetic secrets of wheat
The need to increase agricultural productivity to feed the growing global population has led researchers to explore genetic factors to develop hardier crops
Metadata and the law: what your smartphone really says about you
Mon 03 Mar 2014
The move to mobile technology has opened up a wealth of metadata, but that information goes deeper than you may first think says Swinburne's Phillip Branch.
Older adults love online dating
Wed 26 Feb 2014
Swinburne's Associate Dean Karen Farquharson and Sue Malta write about the large number of older adults who are participating in online dating.
Personality differences: trolls and cyberstalkers aren't the same
Swinburne lecturer Troy Mcewan explains the difference between online trolls and cyberstalkers.
Student welfare is the top priority at Swinburne
Tue 25 Feb 2014
Safe@Swin is the new app on campus and connects students with all Swinburne's safety and support services.