Robots can help young patients engage in rehab
Mon 11 Apr 2016
The advent of social robots is giving rise to new possibilities in paediatric health care. But will they replace human specialists?
Swinburne plays starring role at WorldFest Houston
Film and television students will have their films screening at prestigious film festival.
Our future as an innovation nation
The success of Australia's primary industries could provide a pathway to a new incarnation.
The key to successful social enterprises
Fri 08 Apr 2016
Swinburne researchers have identified the key features of successful WA social enterprises.
The cognitive benefits of spice
Scientists are investigating the health properties of a popular ingredient in a much-loved cuisine
Twisted light could dramatically improve internet speeds
A new development could mean vastly increase data transfer over optical fibre cables
Nano-control of light pioneers new paths
Australian innovation unlocks new prospects for using light in chip-scale information generation and retrieval.
Path forward for electric vehicles in Australia
Thu 07 Apr 2016
Researchers at Swinburne are calling for an uptake in the use of electric vehicles.
Swinburne ranks as top uni under 50 years old
The Times Higher Education Top 150 under 50 features Swinburne as a rising star.
Hidden stars, baby planets and blowup spaceships
Tue 05 Apr 2016
Dr Alan Duffy looks at recent astronomical discoveries.