The rise of the Fitbit kids
Tue 30 Aug 2016
Swinburne's Steve Goschnick looks at the use activity tracking bracelets by children.
Carpentry apprentice wins Apprentice of the Year
Mon 29 Aug 2016
For the third consecutive year, a Swinburne apprentice has been recognised at the Victorian Training Awards.
Film Victoria funds games graduates and staff
Swinburne graduates and staff are among those to receive games funding from Film Victoria.
Swinburne welcomes reform of vocational education
Fri 26 Aug 2016
The reform plans recognises the critical role of TAFEs and dual sector universities.
Australia's stance on nuclear deterrance
PhD candidate Dimity Hawkins and Senior Lecturer Julie Kimber discuss nuclear forces.
Seymour Papert put computer coding in education
Swinburne academics Therese Keane and Professor Leon Sterling discuss the legacy of mathematician Seymour Papert
Translating knowledge and research into business
Swinburne is a finalist in two categories of the 2016 Knowledge Commercialisation Australasia awards.
Poor mental health support for older Australians
Access to psychologists and psychological services remains poor in Australian residential aged care facilities.
Do you shy away from public toilets?
The anxiety attached to using a public toilet is more common than we all think.
Tackling Melbourne’s housing demand
Thu 25 Aug 2016
Professor Peter Newton believes long-established residential areas could help satisfy Melbourne’s housing demand.