UniLink a boon to motivated students
Thu 15 Sep 2016
190 students have been offered places in our UniLink degree transfer programs through VTAC.
Vietnamese youth compete for Swinburne scholarship
Thu 25 Feb 2016
Vietnam's best and brightest high school students compete in the Way to Olympia Peak game show.
New technique could benefit Alzheimer's diagnosis
Thu 18 Feb 2016
Swinburne researchers have developed a technique for measuring a biomarker for early stage Alzheimer's disease.
Hanson gets the band back together – can she make an impact?
Tue 23 Dec 2014
The protagonists are different in this political reincarnation of Pauline Hanson and One Nation, and so is the lay of the land in Australian politics.
Renewed focus on training welcome as part of federal Ministerial changes
Mon 22 Dec 2014
Professor Linda Kristjanson welcomes the renewed focus on training as part of an enlarged federal education portfolio.
Gold nanorods target cancer cells
Thu 18 Dec 2014
Using tiny gold nanorods, Swinburne researchers have demonstrated a potential breakthrough in cancer therapy.
New artificial intelligence technology for service virtualisation
Research conducted by a Swinburne PhD student has redefined service virtualisation technology, with findings commercialised by CA Technologies.
Grooming the next-generation forensics researchers
Wed 17 Dec 2014
A program engaging top forensic psychology students in their first year is giving them hands-on reserach experience.
Bill Scales AO awarded honorary doctorate
Tue 16 Dec 2014
Former Swinburne Chancellor, Bill Scales AO, has received an honorary doctorate in recognition of his commitment to leadership and lifelong learning.
Central European Business Forum 2014
The Central European Business Forum focused on strategies to develop economic connections between Australia and Central European countries.