Barbara Dicker Oration on memory and dementia
Fri 23 Sep 2016
Leading researcher in cognitive neuroscience and memory Dr Michael Rugg shared his insights on age-related changes in the brain and memory.
Grand Intentions: the people behind a telecommunications revolution
Professor Trevor Barr has launched his new novel Grand Intentions.
Measuring aggression in mental health patients
A tool to measure the likelihood of violence in mental health patients is reducing stress for workers.
Finalist in National Disability Awards
Thu 22 Sep 2016
Swinburne’s work in developing software for NAO robots to be therapeutic aids has been recognised.
Journalism students report on Royal Melbourne Show
Swinburne students have gone behind the scenes to report on one of Melbourne’s biggest events.
Swinburne ranks in world’s top 400 universities
Wed 21 Sep 2016
For the fourth consecutive year, Swinburne has featured in the world’s top 400 universities by the Times Higher Education World University Rankings.
Swinburne ranks in world's top 100 young universities
Swinburne has ranked in the QS Top 100 Under 50 for the second consecutive year.
Could Clinton win Utah?
Tue 20 Sep 2016
Swinburne's Bryan Cranston discusses the presidential nomination in Utah, USA.
Inventing apprenticeships for the future
Swinburne is working with government and business to develop a new apprenticeship model.
Seeing epilepsy with surgical precision
Thu 15 Sep 2016
An advanced neuroimaging technique improves severe epilepsy treatment.