Record leap towards ultra-secure communication
Fri 11 Mar 2016
Scientists have set a new record for the complexity possible on a quantum computing chip.
Angela Merkel’s line in the sand
Wed 09 Mar 2016
Swinburne’s Klaus Neumann discusses the upcoming state elections in Germany.
Dr Alan Duffy to host evening with Brian Greene
Tue 08 Mar 2016
Swinburne’s Dr Alan Duffy will join prominent physicist Dr Brian Greene at his Melbourne show.
Refugee-run school in Indonesia
Swinburne's Sally Clark and Carly Copolov discuss the refugee-run school model used in Indonesia.
Swinburne shares Pledge for Parity
To celebrate International Women’s Day, Swinburne has restated its commitment to gender equality.
Who (or what) is behind the wheel?
Mon 07 Mar 2016
Should self-driving software pass a benchmark test before it can be recognised as a legal driver?
Students want course flexibility and career development
Fri 04 Mar 2016
New survey results show how critical it is for Australian universities to focus on graduate employability.
Innovation breakfast with Finnish delegation
Timo Soini, Deputy Prime Minister of Finland, visited Swinburne's Design Factory Melbourne.
International delegates tour Swinburne
APAIE’s goal is to activate and reinforce the internationalisation for higher education.
IT students click with schools in India
An overseas study tour is making a positive social change in the lives of many.