Paul Keating might yearn to relive his version of political history, but we don’t need to encourage him.
Tue 09 Feb 2016
Swinburne's Peter Brent gives an outline on Paul Keating's political history
Why innocent people confess under interrogation
Swinburne's Diane Sivasubramaniam explains why some people confess to crimes they didn't commit.
Graduate designs stamps for Lunar New Year
Mon 08 Feb 2016
Dani Poon has worked with Australia Post to design stamps recognising the Year of the Monkey.
Understanding how our Solar System was formed
Fri 05 Feb 2016
New research has discovered the chemical composition of dust grains in our Solar System.
Iowa caucus: scholars around the globe react
Wed 03 Feb 2016
Politics expert Bryan Cranston gives an Australian reflection on the recent Iowa caucus in the USA.
Swinburne celebrates Australia Day 2016
Fri 29 Jan 2016
Members of the Swinburne community receive Australia Day honours.
As the US presidential primary season begins, does Iowa really matter?
Swinburne's Bryan Cranston discusses the upcoming US presidential election.
Sexual harassment of women in science
Swinburne's Zuleyka Zevallos discusses the need to improve the culture of science.
The ideas boom – where to from here on?
Thu 21 Jan 2016
Professor Beth Webster discusses what needs to happen next, for Australia to stay innovative.
The Hateful Eight: review and cast interview
Wed 20 Jan 2016
Media studies lecturer Dr Liam Burke reviews the movie Hateful Eight, starring Quentin Tarantino