Google trumps Apple for Australian mobile payments, but for how long?
Thu 17 Dec 2015
Australians love to 'tap and go' for payments, but doing it with a mobile phone is being complicated by our card fee system.
The advantage of being a Swinburne graduate
Swinburne graduates are finding full-time jobs faster than other Victorian graduates, according to data released by Graduate Careers Australia.
What superheroes looked like in 2015
Wed 16 Dec 2015
The ubiquitous superhero finally seems to be growing up and moving on.
$1.3 million in Future Fellowships
Prestigious funding from the ARC will allow Swinburne to build on its strong astronomy research.
Why people with autism see the world differently
People who score highly on measures of autism are more likely to concentrate on the details of a visual scene rather than the overall picture.
NAO robots to support paediatric rehab
Tue 15 Dec 2015
A humanoid robot is helping kids with their rehabilitation at the Royal Children's Hospital
Rainwater tanks are a good investment
Swinburne rainwater tank research finds payback period between 12.5 to 16.8 years.
Swinburne research captures public attention
Mon 14 Dec 2015
A Swinburne paper has rated as one of the most shared and discussed academic stories of 2015.
You yourself: not you, your ATAR
If you’re part of the class of 2016 exercise your right of choice: demand that we consider the whole you, not just the ATAR you achieved.
New Colombo Plan scholarship sends Austin Wyatt to Korea
Fri 11 Dec 2015
A scholarship will allow Bachelor of Arts student Austin Wyatt to study and work in Korea.