News about the latest in technology related research, teaching and student success stories from Swinburne.
Google and the European anti-trust deal – what does it mean?
Fri 07 Feb 2014
After years in the waiting, Google has finally struck a deal with the European Commission, writes Swinburne's Angela Daly.
Planning for the ICT jobs of the future
Tue 04 Feb 2014
United action is needed to ensure we don’t face a gap in technology skills, says Professor Leon Sterling.
Swinburne developing life saving armour to protect our troops
Sat 01 Feb 2014
The highly armoured Bushmaster vehicle will protect soldiers from crashes and blasts.
Ultrasound is skimming the fat from the milk
Swinburne will work in collaboration with CSIRO to pioneer a new way to skimming milk.
Swinburne graduate creates app to help students get organised
Thu 30 Jan 2014
While completing his final year of study, Stephen Hadanich developed an app to help his classmates keep on top of their academic life.
Swinburne sends first honours student to Italian synchrotron
International synchrotron trip by Swinburne honours student a ‘positive step forward for women in science’.
Ian Wark Medal awarded to leading Swinburne photonics scientist Min Gu
Mon 20 Jan 2014
Professor Min Gu, a pioneer in optical data storage and solar cell technology, recognised for contributions to Australian science and industry.
Third Green Photonics Symposium advances research development
Fri 10 Jan 2014
Green Photonics Symposium develops Australian and Chinese science and technology research collaboration
Super-resolution 3D medical imaging could aid the early detection of cancer
Breakthrough technique for super-resolution 3D medical imaging of living cells has been developed by Swinburne researchers.
Stop worrying and learn to love online retail
Dr Scott Ewing says Australian retailers are widely believed to have stumbled online, but half of all purchasing is done on local websites.