Saulius Juodkazis recognised for research
Mon 29 Feb 2016
Professor Juodkazis has been awarded a Chang Jiang Scholar by the Ministry of Education in China.
Swinburne-Nawaloka College partnership thrives
Fri 26 Feb 2016
Swinburne largest cohort of students on campus from Nawaloka College of Higher Studies for Semester 1, 2016.
memobottle takes its place on the global stage
Swinburne graduate Jesse Leeworthy has designed a sleek, reusable drink bottle.
Controlling ultrafast electrons in motion
Thu 25 Feb 2016
The fully coherent free electron laser, FERMI, paves the way to control ultrafast electron motion.
Fulbright scholar to shine spotlight on apprenticeships
Swinburne MBA graduate hopes to strengthen Australia’s VET sector through his research
How Australia’s digital divide is narrowing
Australia's connection to the internet is growing but there are still 1.3 mil households not online.
Locating mysterious bursts places Universe on the scales
The discovery of a fast radio burst has enabled scientists to conduct a unique census of the Universe’s electron count.
Who gets to be Australian?
Tue 23 Feb 2016
New Zealanders living in Australia have been given a new way of becoming citizens, says Peter Mares.
50/50 vision: the pollsters’ preference problem
Mon 22 Feb 2016
Ipsos and Newspoll have brought bad news for the government, according to Swinburne's Peter Brent.
Jupiter to outshine all other objects in the night sky
On 8 March Jupiter will be at its closest point to Earth, and fully illuminated by the Sun – making this the best time to view the ‘gas giant’.