Bacteria and fungi are your foody friends
Fri 22 Apr 2016
Professor Enzo Palombo outlines the biological activity involved in some of our favourite foods.
Economists should step out of their bubble
Wed 20 Apr 2016
Economists who worry about government debt assume we are at full employment, writes Beth Webster.
From interstellar travel to Martian beer
Dr Alan Duffy looks at recent astronomical discoveries
$1m for Swinburne to boost learning support
The funding from the Victorian Government will support three vital programs at Swinburne.
Swinburne forges strategic partnerships with Israel
Fri 15 Apr 2016
Science, technology and innovation will be the focus of new research collaborations with Israel.
Swinburne hosts joint maritime research centre
Swinburne partners with leading Chinese institution to develop new models to forecast ocean and wave climatology.
Making waves in global forecasting
Adjunct Professor Alexander Babanin is researching the changing wind and wave dynamics that affect climate change.
Professor Qing-Long Han appointed Pro Vice-Chancellor (Research Quality)
Thu 14 Apr 2016
International leader in control engineering appointed Pro Vice-Chancellor (Research Quality) and Distinguished Professor at Swinburne
Why Australia should have built a fast rail
Professor Peter Newton discusses the feasibility of a fast rail between Melbourne and Sydney.
Swinburne talks tourism appeal of Central Europe
Mon 11 Apr 2016
Swinburne joins conversations to discuss outbound tourism opportunities in Central Europe.