Swinburne steps closer to a sustainable future
Fri 06 May 2016
Swinburne has installed an in-vessel composter that converts waste into compost within 24 hours.
Galaxy sized peanuts?
Swinburne astronomers have discovered an unusually shaped structure in two nearby disc galaxies.
Models reduce traffic mayhem
Thu 05 May 2016
A partnership between Swinburne and Government may ease Melbourne’s traffic problems
Budget does little to help transition the economy
Wed 04 May 2016
Malcolm Turnbull needs to deliver on his pitch to transition the economy, writes Prof Beth Webster.
Thanks Super New Moon for a great meteor shower
The Eta Aquarids meteor shower through the debris tail of the Halley Comet.
Can a healthy heart protect against dementia?
Tue 03 May 2016
Researchers examine whether following a set of healthy heart guidelines helps protect the brain.
Coffee more than a drink for Swinburne engineers
Swinburne engineers are leading the way on recycling spent coffee grounds into building materials.
Phasing out fossil fuels for renewables
Mon 02 May 2016
Despite the benefits of going renewable, it may be harder to get there than we thought.
Partnership for hi-tech manufacturing future
International partnership to advance hi-tech manufacturing research and development through international cooperation and industry engagement.
Apple Pay no sure thing in mobile payments race
Apple faces numerous challenges in its bid to get more people using their iPhones to pay for things.