Book launch: The untold story of Lemnos
Tue 26 Jul 2016
Roger Hawthorn’s passion for ancient history led him to write a book about the Greek Island Lemnos.
Design students meet with Australian Ambassador to Vietnam
Thu 07 Jan 2016
A group of Swinburne Interior Architecture students met with the Australian Ambassador to Vietnam last week, as part of a study tour to Vietnam.
How will data retention laws cope with the internet of things?
Mon 04 Jan 2016
Swinburne's Philip Branch takes a look at the Australian government's metadata retention proposals.
Mens shorts are getting shorter and should be worn with pride
Swinburne's Myles Russell Cook discusses the reason latest trend of mens short shorts and where it has come from.
Hubble in pictures: astronomers' top picks
Top astronomers, including Swinburne's Dr Alan Duffy, choose the Hubble Space Telescope image that has the most scientific relevance to them.
Fulbright scholarship takes Dr Shepherd to the USA
Mon 21 Dec 2015
A prestigious scholarship has allowed Dr Shepherd to spend twelve months researching overseas.
The joy of experiential giving
A new program offers students a unique opportunity to gain real world experience in philanthropy.
5 Minutes with Wyatt Roy
Fri 18 Dec 2015
Innovation is necessary in Australia, according to Assistant Minister for Innovation, Wyatt Roy.
ARC funding brings researcher back to Swinburne
Dr Deller has received funding to return to Swinburne, the university that kick-started his career.
Games on tablets transfer to real-life skills
Thu 17 Dec 2015
Research has found that skills kids learn on touchscreen apps can be transferred to real life.