Black holes toe the line
Tue 27 Jan 2015
Massive black holes seem to follow a predictable rule in relation to the physical properties of the galaxy in which they are located.
“Queue jumping”: the view from afar
The fairness of Australia’s refugee policies looks different at the Al Zaatari camp, writes Swinburne Adjunct Fellow David Corlett
Anorexia sufferers see things differently
Mon 26 Jan 2015
Researchers at Swinburne discover an unusual new biomarker for anorexia.
Swinburne University scholarship numbers soar
Thu 22 Jan 2015
High achieving students are increasingly choosing Swinburne University of Technology, with merit-based scholarships more than doubling this year.
Tackling hyperactivity in boys
Tue 20 Jan 2015
A specific extract of a native Indian herb, which has been subjected to 50 years of research, may hold the key to improving hyperactivity and inattention i
Cosmic radio burst caught red-handed
Mon 19 Jan 2015
Using CSIRO's Parkes radio telescope, a Swinburne student has discovered a short, sharp flash of radio waves up to 5.5 billion light years from Earth.
More offers, higher entry scores for degrees at Swinburne
Demand for undergraduate degrees at Swinburne has risen this year with 2,565 Year 12 students today receiving an offer to study at Swinburne.
High achieving students receive offers to study law at Swinburne Law School
Swinburne Law School is expecting its first intake of students with offers going out to high achieving students.
HA LF’s ‘kooriography’ shines at the Wominjeka Festival
Fri 16 Jan 2015
Swinburne Associate Professor Dori Tunstall reviews HA LF, which is playing as part of the Footscray Community Arts Centre Wominjeka Festival.
Australia's road obsession is holding back productivity
Investing in more roads might help boost economic growth, but knowledge infrastructure is essential, writes Swinburne Professor Elizabeth Webster.